At Natural Farm Soap Co. we use only the highest quality ingredients. Our formula provides a smooth creamy lather that will leave your skin clean and soft. We make our soaps using the cold process method. This method retains all of the natural glycerin and is truly the gentlest, healthiest, and most moisturizing soap you can use.
Member of the Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild
Janet Stevens is a Certified Cold Process/Hot Process Soapmaker by the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild. "I started experimenting with making hand made soaps to help my husband with his dry, itchy skin. I was determined to find a better solution than the store brands. As I began to read about the ingredients found in commercially prepared soaps I was shocked by what I learned. Soaps that may be labeled as "natural" are actually detergents that include chemical hardeners and foaming agents. The truth is that soap we buy now is closer to detergent than traditional soap. My soaps are made from the highest quality ingredients. My mission is to give customers an option for a better and healthier product that is natural, simple and honest. " The main ingredients in our soaps are Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, and Palm oil. We often use other skin-loving ingredients such as Avocado oil, Rice Bran Oil and Goat's milk for an extra rich and creamy bar. Our soaps have great lather, and do not dry out your skin. If you don't find what you're looking for just email me, I'm sure I can help! Enjoy!
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How to Make Soap Last Longer:
Cold process soap is very different compared to comercially made soaps. Cold process soap is made with natural oils and produces lather naturally rather than the adding chemicals. Lather from most store bought soaps come from surfactants or detergents. Synthetic surfactants are harsher on the skin, and can strip the skin of moisture. That’s why cold process soap is so fantastic for sensitive skin, and why soap from the store can leave the skin feeling dry and overly “squeaky clean.” While cold process soap has many skin benefits, one downside is that cold process soap does not last as long in the shower as soap made from surfactants and detergents. My number one tip is to make sure the soap sits in a soap dish, or shower rack. If the soap sits in water for too long, it will become mushy and soft very quickly. The other great tip is to use a shower scrunchie, washcloth or loufa. This will also help extend the life of your soap.
What Our Customers Are Saying
These are my favorite homemade soaps! These soaps smell fantastic and they are beautifully crafted!! ~ Susan Stevenson
Great stuff! If you've been using commercial grade soaps then you don't know what you're missing!~ Mick Luehrman