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Common Questions

Where are the products made?

We proudly get to claim we make all of our products in Corvallis, Montana. Montana has been our home for several years and it embarrassing the United States of America at it's best, the small town vibe. We will never move productions outside of the USA.

How long dose a bar of soap last?

Most of our bars of soap last 1-3 months depending on how many times it's being used and how well it's taken care of in between uses. Our soaps last the longest when able to dry in between uses. Our soap formulas are designed to give you a longevity you don't see in other brands. If you want a bar that just goes on and on and on, try our sea salt spa bars.

What's the shelf life of the soap?

Our soap is like a fine whine the longer it sits the better it gets. As long as you keep them in a cool dry place about the only thing you will likely notice is the scent may weaken over the years. 

What's the shelf life of non soap products?

For non soap products our normal shelve is between 12-24 months if stored in a cool, dark place. 

What's the shelf life of non soap products?

For non soap products our normal shelve is between 12-24 months if stored in a cool, dark place. 

Are your products hypoallergenic?

We do not claim any of our products are hypoallergenic. However, we have had several customers with extremely sensitive skin and those with troubled skin report positive results using our products. 

If you describes you we suggest The Sensitive Type Goat Milk Soap, Intensive Oat lotion, and our Nature's Rescues Balm. 

Are your soaps antibacterial?

While research shows that true soap, like what we make, is effective at being antibacterial it is not formulated to be antibacterial. 

Why don't we formulate our products to be antibacterial? Because normally these products that make those types of claims contain Triclosan. This ingredient is thought to be a contributing factor on the development of  antibiotic resistance bugs.

 

We prefer to avoid super bugs as a standard policy. 

Isn't Lye a toxin and harsh chemical?

Love this question!! 100% yes lye on it's own is a harsh chemical and can be toxic on it's own and yes we use lye in our soaps. However, without lye you can't make soap as it's the catalyst that turns the oil and liquid into soap. After the reaction there is actually no lye left in the final product.

We want to be completely transparent so we do include it in our ingredient list. We don't lie about our lye. If you "lye-free" soaps, they are either made out of alternative chemicals or they are just leaving it out since there is no lye in the final product.