What came first, the soap or the loofah?

For me, it was the garden. After moving into a home with enough space for a large garden, I came across some loofah seeds and fell in love. These natural cucumbers were not only fun to grow (Learn how!), but quite useful after the fact. I found myself using loofahs in the kitchen, bath and shop, and eventually started embedding them in soap.

The soaps I sell have plenty of natural oils and vegetable-based glycerin. The lather is rich and SLS/SLES-free, and the fragrances are delicious and varied — sweet or floral, rich or light, warm or crisp. I’m continually adding new blends to my season-themed lines, so keep an eye out for what’s new.

In addition to loofahs, I also offer soaps with ground coffee beans or ground oatmeal, by request.

Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Safflower Oil, Glycerin (kosher, of vegetable origin), Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Sorbitol, Sorbitan Oleate, Oat Protein, May include: ground coffee beans, ground oatmeal,  fragrance, essential oil and/or colorant