THE owners of a new business are looking to clean up after opening their first shop.
Ervin Hoti and partner Laura Hughes started the Oxford Soap Company last year and after successful trading in local markets, the business which specialises in hand-made soaps and cosmetics has set up in New Inn Hall Street, Oxford.
And customers can be reassured they are buying local, as all the products are made daily by Mr Hoti at the company workshop in nearby Upper Fisher Row.
Mr Hoti said: “We started out making items for ourselves as Oxford water is very hard and it is difficult to find the right soap or skin care.
“Then we tried it on our friends and family and started producing wedding favours and running courses for children in the workshop.
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