This short video shows the 30 day process that we use to make our organic bar soaps. It takes organic food grade ingredients, world class base formulas, and tricks of the soapmaking trade garnered from 20+ years of soapmaking experience … Continued
Cool video showing some of our unique process for making liquid castile soap. High quality raw materials and this special process results in what we believe is the best liquid castile soap available today.
Vermont Soap’s organic palm oil supplier – Agropalma Brazil – scored at the very top on Greenpeace’s Palm Oil Producers’ scorecard. Click here for more information.
Presented by Larry Plesent and Sandy Lincoln with assistance from Ezra Nkrumah This manual was created based on experience in the field at Asawinso Village, Western Region, Ghana, with the Asawinso Cooperative Oil Palm Millers Association (COPAMA), and sponsored by … Continued
Vermont Soap switches to corrugated cardboard packing material to replace bubble wrap. We’ve had it with bubble wrap! Vermont Soap was spending over $2,000/yr on single use, petroluem based bubble wrap and it was driving us crazy! One day we … Continued
What do goats and organic soap have in common? Vermont Public Television explores some of the great natural products made in Vermont. Like our stuff!.
Larry goes to Liberia, West Africa to teach scientific soapmaking. This is a really cool video. We start out driving through Monrovia with the radio blasting and pull into one of the largest handmade soap factories in the country. Real people … Continued
The Role of Saponified Systems as a Substitute for Ethoxylated and Sulfonated Surfactants and the Assembling of Safe and Sustainable Molecules in the Green Formulator’s Kit “Above all else, do no harm”, wrote Hippocrates 2400 years ago. This, more than … Continued
Max Goldberg of livingmaxwell.com interviews Larry Plesent at Expo East in Boston.
Potash is the byproduct of running water through ashes, and an essential ingredient in village soapmaking. For an in-depth article on making potash – click here.