Our Story

Stella & Throne Soapery is an African American woman-owned micro business based in Tampa, Florida, that handcrafts small-batch natural soaps, home fragrances, and bath products. Our product recipes are carefully formulated to nourish and balance all skin types, using high-quality ingredients, exotic butters, clays, herbal infusions, botanicals, colorants, essential oils, and aromatic fragrances to provide the ultimate in luxury skincare. Unlike many commercial bars, we use the traditional soap-making method known as cold process. This method ensures our soap bars are amazingly luxurious, offer a creamy lather with gentle cleansing properties, and are safe to use from your face down to your toes. 

Our Mission

For the earth, our community, and you. Stella & Throne Soapery is dedicated to beautiful and practical products to infuse luxury into your day. Our mission is to combine simple healthy ingredients, environmental consciousness, and social responsibility. Our bath products are 100% free of petroleum, parabens, silicones, and other synthetic ingredients. So you can lather up, moisturize, purify, de-stress, exfoliate, and improve your wellness without the worry of carcinogens. Want to learn more? Drop us a line at INFO@StellaAndThroneSoapery.com or use the contact form below. We'd love to hear from you!

Meet The Maker

Hi, I'm Gabrielle! I am the owner and creator of Stella & Throne Soapery. My entrepreneurship journey in soap making started in 2011 when I fell in love with everything about soap making and bath products. If you are new to Stella & Throne Soapery, WELCOME! Thank you for checking us out and allowing our brand to celebrate your skin. And to all of you who have grown with me from the start, I sure do love you double!! ~OX, Gabrielle


*I'm a self-taught artisan soap maker
* My favorite drink is Lemonade
* I love all things science and have visited three tropical rainforests in unique and distinct regions of Costa Rica to study the effects of the wind and rain patterns over the continental divide.
* I love elephants
* I taught a year of 2nd grade during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic...if you want absolute raw honesty, ask an elementary student.