Allie Brekke

is creating Handmade soaps, skincare, and bath bombs
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You'll get access to the discord channels that help decide new recipes

You'll get a 10% discount monthly to the shop

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Behind the Scenes
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A 15% off discount every month

Exclusive behind the scenes videos, tutorials, and recipes for some of the shop's most popular items.

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20% off at the Boutique, Early Access to New Products, Weekly Coffee and Chat Discord Call (Q&A, Recipe sneak peeks, Helping decide new products), and a Monthly Gift!

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About Allie Brekke

I've spent a lot of time in the streaming and esports industries, and while I love community management, I made the decision to follow my passion. While it may seem odd, given my professional experience, I've been making custom boutique soaps for the last decade.

It started to help with my skin. Everything I bought irritated my already sensitive skin. No matter how expensive, or what claims it made, my skin was left red, broken out, and inflamed. I did a lot of research and wound up learning about how soap is made, and tried my hand at it. Low and behold, my skin calmed down. My son was born shortly after, and I was able to soothe his eczema with an oat soap, even after all the creams in the baby aisle didn't work.

Fast forward a decade, and why I've chosen to pursue this. My son Jake is autistic. He requires constant care, and isn't able to attend a normal school. His day school is only two days a week, however we were recently informed he won't be covered by our insurance to attend next year. I've worked remotely for the last 5 years, but the volatility of my industry has always caused my family concern. Soap making is something I can do around Jake's schedule, and quite frankly, it's something I genuinely enjoy doing.

It's the only type of work that no matter how stressful things got, I haven't burnt out on.

Supporting me via this Patreon helps maintain my online store ( ), keep costs down by helping with supplies, and allows me to experiment with new recipes and products.
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$500 a month allows me to cover the site costs, a modest advertising budget, and new recipes every month.
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