What is Truth Niagara?
Truth Niagara is a cosmetic handmade company based out of Welland, Ontario. We specialize in products such as Soap bars, Face products, Body products, Bath products and much more. We use vegan friendly ingredients, no dyes, no parabens, no fillers, no phthalates or preservatives. Our main goal is to provide products with simple packaging and the finest/ purest ingredients we can find. We use ingredients that you can pronounce and we make sure our products are affordable for everyone. We also strive to be equal opportunity employers. We accept all walks of life and do our best to help individuals in life who may not be given a second chance see a bright and sober future. We realize that life knocks us down from time to time but those set backs should not define an individuals future outlook. Some of our employees have anxiety disorders, some of our employees are former drug addicts who are now clean and sober. We strive to help everyone and provide a healthy work space so that everyone we employ can grow. 

About the founder and CEO Amanda Johnson

Diagnosed in her younger years with PTSD, severe anxiety and panic disorders, Amanda started making soap as a way of coping with her anxiety, and soon she was selling it out of her home. She began to add other products to her line, and Truth Niagara was born.

Now, several years later, Truth Niagara is synonymous with ethical business practices, as well as maintaining complete transparency about the ingredients in their products. They pride themselves on hiring individuals who may not be given an equal opportunity in the workforce because of poor past choices.

Amanda is also a strong advocate for mental health resources and addiction support. Truth Niagara’s mission is to help others just RELAX. They remind us that life is busy, but we all need to take time out for ourselves. Their mission is to deliver high-quality ingredients at affordable prices so that everyone, regardless of circumstance or income can enjoy a bit of luxury.


Although Amanda’s entrepreneurial spirit is truly impressive, what inspires us most is her dedication to supporting the marginalized and displaced members of the Welland community.

Located at 3 East Main Street in Welland, Ontario Beyond the Streets Niagara

is a community organization with the simple message: “Nobody gets left behind or forgotten.”


Beyond the streets is made up of 4 women with the same mission in mind including Amanda herself. They host community dinners every Thursday night, offering a safe space where people can come for fellowship and a free meal. 

Recently, Truth Niagara partnered with Small Scale Farms ’ “12 Days of Christmas” initiative to collect donated items to give to those in need. On Wed, Dec 23rd, they served 500 meals — to 200 individuals outside of their location on E. Main St. and 300 meals were delivered in St Cats and NF. Everyone who came also received clothing, toys, presents and hygiene kits.

What does your Logo symbolize? (From Amanda herself)
The semi colon in the middle of the U in truth: A semicolon is used as a message of affirmation and solidarity against suicide, depression, addiction, and other mental health issues. These are all issues that have been near to my heart since I was very young. I have been affected by each of the above issues. So many suffer in silence daily even hourly and we as a community need to break the stigmas associated.

The purple/grey/mauve color for the sole purpose that everyone knows me for this color of lipstick. Purple has always been calming for me.

Last but not least the Triangle. I just recently watched a movie over the holidays where a man always reminded the woman to always look up and admire the stars, the sunsets, and nature. The triangle leads to a peak where you always look up. Similar to a mountain. Sometimes we are so consumed in technology, we forget to look up or to stop and smell the Rose's so to speak.This logo is Truth and everything that makes Truth whole

The arrow is also a symbol I have tattooed on me: All it takes is one well-aimed arrow, after all. The lone arrow might represent self-defence or protection from harm, independence, power, purpose, direction, or aim. I added this into Truths logo to remind me to deal with red flags in life and in business immediately. That an arrow needs to be pulled back first before aimed in the right direction, before it is able to launch into its correct path (2019 was a year I pulled back to reflect, learn and heal) 2020 will be where Truth is ready for much bigger things.