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Specializing in natural hand made soaps, shampoo bars, herbal salves, and body products


Cold Process Soaps

Our soaps are handmade in small batches using our own recipes.  They are hand cut and cured for a minimum of four weeks. 


Shaving Soaps

Our dual-lye shaving soaps are made with aloe vera, shea butter, and added glycerin.  They provide excellent cushion and slip, and leave you with a super close shave and soft, moisturized skin!

Salves, Lip Balms, Lotion Bars

Our herbal salves, solid lotion bars, and lip balms are made with all natural ingredients.  There are no artificial colorants or fragrances added.


Shaving Mugs & Soap Dishes

Our friends at Montanye Makers and Valor Ridge Pottery have designed one of a kind custom shaving mugs and soap dishes for us.  Pair them with one of our soaps for a unique gift, or keep a beautiful piece all to yourself!

A Little About Cold Process Soap

All the soap at Goose Ridge Soaps (with the exception of our shaving soap) is made using the "cold process" technique, we don't use ready-made melt and pour soap bases.  What does that mean? It means that we combine oils and lye (sodium hydroxide) to cause a chemical reaction known as saponification (soap making).  In melt and pour soap, the saponification (soap making) process has already been done by someone else.  You simply buy a pre-made soap base, melt it down, add colorants and fragrance, and pour it into a mold. As soon as the melt and pour is hardened, it is ready to use.  With cold process soaps, we are able to tailor our soap recipes to have ALL the properties we want in a bar, not just the color, shape, and scent.  We can increase or decrease cleansing power, add moisture, impart texture, add other liquids such as milk, and so much more.  We are only limited by our imagination.  Cold process soaping also takes significantly longer to produce a usable bar.  Once the oils and lye are combined, the soap batter is poured into a mold and sits a minimum of 24 hours before it can be unmolded and cut.  Once cut, the soap bars are cured for at least 4 weeks before they are ready for use.  The longer a bar cures, the harder and more long lasting it will be.  So cold process soaps are truly a lengthy labor of love!  We thoroughly enjoy creating all our soaps from scratch and we hope you feel the love in every bar!

-Janice and Kim, the Soap Ladies
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