Justine has a soap-making philosophy that—as food obsessives—makes a whole lot of sense to us: If you wouldn’t want to eat it, you shouldn’t wash with it. So she created a line of soap that, with the exception of lye, lives up to that philosophy. Seriously, sometimes her lemongrass basil soap is more purple because she’s got opal basil on hand; sometimes it is more green because she’s got Thai basil lying around. Basically, if she doesn’t end up using some of her kitchen herbs, they end up in her soap. We love that. And we love that she doesn’t have any fancy equipment for making her amazingly fragrant, natural wares, that each of her squares are not-exactly-square. It all kind of makes us want to go over to her house for dinner. (That’s a hint.)