Meet Larry Plesent, a man who professionally grows crystals (soap crystals, that is) and adds the kind of value that can only be found in Vermont products. Larry’s soap crystals are extremely sensitive to foreign chemicals in his water, so … Continued
Vermont Soap and Spicewood Organic Deodorant racked up another award by making the Better Nutrition’s Best of Natural Beauty 2016 Shopping List. According to the editors: The masculine scent is reminiscent of Old Spice but not overpowering. The combination of coconut oil, … Continued
What is it, and how do I know if I have it? Detergent sensitivity is much more widespread than people generally realize. Up to 12% of the population may in fact be detergent sensitive to one degree or another. Potential … Continued
Store your Green Gold Herbal Moisturizer, Shea Butter, Coco Luscious and Arnica Salve in the refrigerator for a longer shelf life and to maintain a nice even consistency. Oil based salves and balms are temperature sensitive. This means that they … Continued
Vermont Soap will be attending BIOFACH 2016, the largest organic trade show on the planet this February. Our goal for the show is to expand into new European markets, especially for our bulk liquid and gel soaps. Vermont Soap invented … Continued
Thank you for loving our organic soap stuff. Here is $5* for you to spend any way you want. Happiest of Holidays from The Soap Crew
Imagine over one trillion non-biodegradable tiny plastic beads going down drains across America each and every day. That’s 3,650,000,000,000,000 beads washed down the drains of America just in the past decade. These microbeads are not biodegradable in water and will … Continued
Vermont Soap was on hand and in the thick of it! Here is our booth at the entrance to the exhibit hall: This is Emi Shobu, our VT Soap representative in Japan, and Monique Marez from the Organic Trade Association.
Boston Globe’s Lorne Bell stops by Vermont Soap for a visit: “For fans of pure organics, or for anyone who loves Vermont’s quirky culture, Vermont Soap’s tiny outlet is worth a stop.” Read the full article here.