About Us

We are just a small family business that started soapmaking after developing a wetshaving addiction. We source as much of our materials and ingredients from the USA as we can, and are always on the lookout for family-centered suppliers and businesses to collaborate with.

We champion old school American values like hard work, biblical worldview, and family-first mindsets. We are independent from mainstream personal care giants, just trying to carve out our own slice of American pie. Join us on our journey to be a significant alternative to the big soap companies!

Thank you and God bless.

  • Lard and Tallow

    Animal fats sourced from pigs or cows, these fats have tremendous skin compatibility and are rich in vitamins and nutrients. Lard has a more hydrating and moisturizing nature when saponified, whereas tallow has a slightly stronger lather. Both last incredibly long in the shower compared to seed oil based soap recipes.

  • Fragrance

    Fragrance is a synthetic blend of aroma chemicals designed for scent retention and specific scent ranges that can't be found in nature. We always use phthalate free fragrance oils, and never exceed IFRA recommended concentrations to ensure safety.

  • Essential Oil

    EO is a natural oil derived from plants and resins, usually through steam distillation. EO's are very fragile in the soapmaking process, and do not transfer to the skin hardly at all. EO's can sensitize the skin, especially under constant exposure. Avoid while pregnant and keep away from pets and children.

  • Coconut Oil

    This oil comes from the "meat" of coconuts, and is used to bolster the lather in shaving soap.

  • Stearic Acid

    A naturally occuring fatty acid derived from animal or plant fats. Used to stabilize the lather in shaving soap.

  • Grain Alcohol

    Used as a distributor and diluter in Eau De Parfum. Without dilution, fragrance is too aggressive and concentrated to apply directly to the skin.

  • Herbs and Powders

    Used primarily as an aesthetic. Peppermint powder, lavender powder, etc. These herbal powders add color and character to soap bars, with very little added to the scent of the bar.

  • Clay

    While clay is a natural exfoliant and light cleanser, we primarily add clay sometimes to protect essential oils and fragrance. Clay acts as a suit of armor for scent in the saponification process.

  • Mica Powder

    A blend of mica silicate found in granite and other rocks and colorful oxides. Not all mica powders use exclusively naturally occurring oxides, and occasionally use lab-made mica mimics like fluorphlogopite.

  • Olive Oil

    A cold pressed oil with strong skin compatibility and moisturizing power. True Castile Soap uses only olive oil as its entire recipe, with no help from other saponified oils. Castile soap is one of the oldest soap recipes in the world still used by millions today.

  • Magnesium Hydroxide

    A naturally derived compound used to gently raise the pH level of deodorant to discourage bacteria proliferation.

  • Beeswax

    A natural wax produced by one of natures hardest workers. Beeswax is used in deodorant to provide a naturally high melting point ingredient, a skeleton if you will.

  • Activated Charcoal

    Purified charcoal powder acts as a natural sponge and deodorizer, pulling toxins from the skin and absorbs body odor.

  • Pine Tar

    Pine tar is carbonized pine wood, with a distinct woodsy scent similar to asphalt with a classic pine note.