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We look forward to sharing our favorite scents with you!
Our house line is handmade in Portland, OR
Shop // Studio:
319 NE Wygant St
Portland, OR 97211
Open 11-5 Wed- Sun
Sweet Magic: community workshop + event space
4810 NE Garfield Ave
Portland, OR 97211
just around the corner from the shop!
Open during classes + events
Magical | Sensual | Handmade
Seagrape bath + body is a values driven, for profit apothecary specializing in handmade self-care goods and magical tools. We cultivate a space that supports small, independent makers, teachers and farmers- especially queer, immigrant, indigenous and PoC. By offering accessible workshops and products in a variety of price ranges we help make self-care and self-nourishment tangible.
A world where self-care is viewed as a necessity rather than a luxury, we share tools and provide support for each other in community instead of competition.
Seagrape strives to create a beautiful atmosphere for our customers to enjoy, curating esthetically pleasing goods to beautify your life and surroundings. Everyone is joyously welcome and celebrated at Seagrape regardless of race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, ancestry, age, size, veteran status or disability. We strive to provide our customers with a welcoming and kind experience, where questions and exploration are encouraged. We believe magic is everywhere, for everyone, and does not need to be purchased. We are here to help folks incorporate magic and self-care into their lives in accessible and personal ways. We value self-care and pleasure and consider it to be vital and empowering in any form.
We provide education and community space in a safer, friendly environment in hopes of helping folks cultivate self-care skills and trust in their own magic. We support independently employed makers and teachers with values that mirror ours. We value customer input and strive to host workshops and events that attend to community needs and growth.
We do our best to conduct business in a way that is responsible by reusing and recycling as much packaging as possible. We also choose the tools we provide carefully, making sure the plant material we use and sell is harvested and made sustainably, discontinuing anything that becomes scarce.
Safer Space Policy
Our Safer Space policy exists to, as best we can, eliminate any oppressive actions, behaviors and language in the shop. Seagrape is a space where everyone will be treated with respect and worth.
We believe in working co-operatively together and learning from our shared experiences. We attempt to provide an atmosphere which is safe and welcoming, and where everybody feels respected.
We ask that all customers respect this policy and treat each other, and our staff, accordingly. Respect people’s’ physical and emotional boundaries, respect people’s’ opinions, beliefs, differing states of being and differing points of view, be responsible for your actions, and aware that they may have an effect on others regardless of your original intent.
We will not tolerate any form of discrimination, or any behavior which makes other people feel vulnerable or threatened. This includes, but is not limited to, discrimination against race, age, gender, sexuality, faith, disability, size, and country of origin or physical, verbal, mental abuse or sexual harassment. You will be asked to leave the premises if it is felt that you are violating this policy.
Maria Vashakidze is the owner and formulator of Seagrape bath + body, a company started in 2009 out of love for scent. She runs a community oriented brick and mortar shop with a full line of in-house made bath products and well as hand crafted ritual and home adornment goods. With a weakness for baths, tea, and dismantling the patriarchy, there is nothing she'd rather do then run a shop that supports these habits.
Maria is a white, Jewish Russian/ Georgian immigrant working on connecting to her ancestry while tending the unceded territory of the Chinuk Wawa, Chinook, and Multnomah peoples temporarily.