Our soap is handcrafted in small batches. We use only the highest quality natural and organic ingredients with many of our ingredients grown in my organic garden. Much of what I do not grow is sourced locally in Vermont. Local suppliers include sunflower oil from Butterworks Farm, beeswax from Dancing Bees, goat milk from Ice House Farm, and jersey cow milk from the Larson Farm. We honor the practices of the farmers we source from, their stewardship to the land, their commitment to their animals, and just plain love who they are as human beings. Somehow their goodness seems to “infuse” into the product. We support ethical business practices and seek out those farms and businesses that maintain a true sustainability model.
Ou soap is packaged in recyclable materials. The shrink wrap used on our soap is Biolefin, an oxo-biodegradable polyolefin which is acid-free and will totally decompose into biomass. When our soap is shipped, it is done so using eco-friendly packaging options. We adhere to the implementation of strict recycling policies for all excess cardboard, paper, plastic, and metal generated from the making or our soap. We practice a sustainability model with regard to clean up after soap making (reducing paper towel use, washing in cold water).
We currently have several lines of soap: Pure and Simple, Wild and Crazy, Milk Soap, Vegan Soap, Baby Soap, Facial Bars, and Shampoo Bars. Most lines are totally organic and use essential oils for scenting or remain unscented. The Wild and Crazy line, however, does use some natural colorants (i.e. micas) and fragrance oils. We will NEVER use a fragrance oil that contains phthalates and none of our soaps contain sodium laurel sulfate or parabens.