Our rebuilding efforts continue full steam ahead. Here’s a look at the past two months of construction in the wet room, where our kettles are being installed this week!
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Vermont Soap Founder and CEO Larry Plesent fills us in on what’s been happening for the past month as he works to rebuild our factory.
How can I prevent the regular castile liquid soap from clogging our regular hand soap dispensers? It doesn’t seem to like to be pumped in either non-foaming and foaming type dispensers. Thanks! Jen Hi Jen, You want to thin down … Continued
UPDATED: July 8, 2014 Just after 9pm on Wednesday, June 4th a fire broke out in one of the production areas of our factory. Thankfully no one was in the building at the time, and the fire department responded quickly. … Continued
This Is Sandy Lincoln. She Keeps Her Bakery Clean with Nontoxic Cleaning Products from Vermont Soap. You Can Do The Same At Home!
Recently a customer asked if our Castile soap was antibacterial, which lead us to dig into the science of getting your hands clean. The results may surprise you. (Or maybe not.) Here’s the big question: which product cleans your hands … Continued
Thanks to all the folks who took the time to review their favorite Vermont Soap products! Congratulations to Bridgette from Kapolei, Hawaii and runner up Amanda from Hancock, Vermont! We’ll be sending Bridgette at Reactive Body Beauty Crate, and Amanda … Continued
Did you know that there are a TON of harmful chemicals found in an average tube of sunscreen that can cause allergic reactions, hormone disruption and even skin damage? The Environmental Working Group (EWG) published an article called The Trouble … Continued
The Environmental Working Group studied 100,000 produce pesticide reports from the U.S.D.A and the F.D.A. to compile a list of of the dirtiest and cleanest produce on the market. The health benefits of a diet rich in fruits and vegetables outweigh the risks … Continued
Ever wonder who the lovely lady in our logo is? Well, our Japanese customers often assume she is Tasha Tudor, a noted children’s book illustrator. Even though she was born in 1915, Tudor lived a 19th century life. She wore … Continued