Something for everyone on your list from Vermont Soap Organics!

I love this soap it smells amazing and is so mild I can use it on my kids with super sensitive skin or even to wash my face! I love the wooden storage tray you can purchase for storing your soap.

Vermont Bar Soap

Our super-mild handmade soap bars are USDA Certified Organic to Food Standards*. Made from a hypoallergenic vegetable base of organic Coconut, Palm, Olive and Palm Kernel oils, we use natural, aromatherapy essential oils and botanical extracts to alter the effects of this moisturizing soap base on your skin. All bars are facial quality. Different blends for different skin types.

It takes nearly a month to handcraft a bar of Vermont Soap. Only this 200 year old process yields a bar of soap suitable for the most sensitive skin. For more information see What is Soap?

Buy our soap two ways! Buy a few individually boxed bars for yourself, or as gifts, or buy unboxed soaps in bulk to save money. The choice is yours!

All of our products are free of artificial colors, fragrances or preservatives. We use Rosemary Extract as a natural preservative. No animal products (except honey soap), animal by-products or animal testing.

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I am addicted to this soap, it smells so good and leaves my hand soft smooth and smelling great.

Foaming Hand Soap

This is a really cool product. We take organic castile liquid soap and make it come out as a foam, like shaving cream. No propellants or chemical are used in the process, which forces the soap through a series of fine screens and mixes it with air. It has a wonderful feel and a smooth luxurious lather.

Warning: Foaming Hand Soap is a highly addictive organic product.

You will quickly become accustomed to the luxurious feel of pure vegetable oil liquid soap foamed to perfection in a handy refillable dispenser.

Unscented Ingredients: Saponified organic olive, coconut and jojoba oils, vegetable glycerin, organic aloe vera and rosemary extract.
Lavender Ecstasy Ingredients: Saponified organic coconut, olive and jojoba oils, vegetable glycerin, natural lavender essential oil blend, organic lavender oil, organic aloe vera and rosemary extract.
Lemongrass Zen Ingredients: Saponified organic coconut, olive and jojoba oils, vegetable glycerin, lemongrass essential oil blend, organic aloe vera and rosemary extract.

$7.78

A truly great baby shampoo so gentle you can use it on the newest of babies. My son has the most sensitive skin you look at him wrong and his skin gets irritated. Vermont Soap Works baby shampoo is so gentle is doesn’t irate his skin and he smells good enough to eat after tub time!

Certified Organic Baby Wash and fine hair Shampoo

Vermont Soapworks has been raising the bar on natural and organic soap quality and innovation since 1992, and now their latest breakthrough is the first certified organic baby wash shampoo. This is a dual use product for baby’s skin and fine hair made to USDA organic food standards that does not contain any chemicals, additives or other weird stuff.

Vermont Soapworks was one of the first companies to gain organic processing certification in 2002 and they have been busy creating innovative organic soap products ever since. The new Organic Baby Wash Shampoo follows a series of pioneering ‘firsts’ including the first organic: spray cleaner; bath & shower gel; pet wash; yoga mat wash; and foaming liquid hand soap.

“This is a breakthrough product that took over a decade to develop,” says Larry Plesent, founder of Vermont Soap. What sets this baby wash apart from the detergent-based competition is the innovative gel consistency created using natural vegetable gums and glycerin to thicken the company’s famous Aloe Castile Liquid Soap base.

$8.78
Disclosure: Complimentary samples of the above mentioned product were sent to me for an honest review.


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August 9th, 2014 at 10:50 am

Great Video I tried multiple times maknig Crock Pot Soap but it NEVER worked out for me.Either the consistency was off, or the color was off every single batch, the scent was disgusting. I would add my scents in and it would turn out so nasty.Can you make a step by step video on your Normal recipe for soaps?That would be really great