Go behind-the-scenes and learn about the production process of natural bar soap

Bar soap can be pretty easy to overlook in the grand scheme of things – but some soaps are definitely worth thinking about.

That’s certainly the case with our natural bar soaps. We’ve been hand-crafting them with our own proprietary blend of natural botanicals and oils since 2021. They smell amazing and they’re cruelty-free to boot, making them (in our humble opinion) some of the greatest on the market!

Read our natural soap production process


How to check if bar soap is natural?

To verify if a bar soap is natural, start by checking the ingredient list, typically found on the packaging or product description. Look for familiar names like olive oil, coconut oil, shea butter, essential oils, and plant extracts, which are common in natural soaps. Avoid soaps with synthetic fragrances, colors, and preservatives, such as parabens and sulfates.

Also, consider the brand's transparency about their ingredient sourcing and production processes. Certifications from trusted organizations regarding organic or natural credentials can also be a reliable indicator of a genuinely natural bar soap. Always opt for brands that prioritize transparency and quality.

Grapefruit + Spearmint - Natural Bar Soap Made by Slow North


What is the best type of natural bar soap for dry scalp?

The best bar soap for a dry scalp blends potent dandruff-fighting ingredients with hydrating elements. Opt for a soap containing tea tree leaf oil and rosemary oil, known for their scalp-soothing properties, along with Ziziphus Juazeiro bark extract, recognized for its efficacy in dandruff control.

Additionally, ingredients like avocado oil and shea butter can provide extra moisture, calming the dry scalp and enhancing overall scalp health.


How to find best natural bar soap?

Finding the best natural soap involves considering several factors: First, scrutinize the ingredient list for natural components like plant oils, essential oils, and botanical extracts, while avoiding synthetic fragrances, colors, and preservatives.

Second, check for certifications from recognized organizations that validate the soap’s natural and organic claims. Third, consider your skin type and needs to choose a soap with suitable ingredients; for example, opt for moisturizing components like shea butter for dry skin.

Additionally, reviews and recommendations can guide you toward reputable brands known for their quality and efficacy in natural soaps. Lastly, prioritize brands that transparently share their ingredient sourcing and manufacturing practices.

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