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  • Why Buying Natural Soap Online is Better
  • Things to Know When Shopping for Natural Soap

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Note: Just because a soap appears in the Men's Favorite Soaps category does not mean that women don't enjoy and buy them too. It's just that men tend to buy these varieties.
Note: Just because a soap appears in the Women's Favorite Soaps category does not mean that men don't enjoy and buy them too. Women tend to buy just about every soap we sell. But here's some they seem to particularly enjoy.
All Blackberry Creek Natural Soap is good for moisturizing your skin. But the best is...
  • Real natural soap doesn't contain chemical preservatives. Typically, natural soap has a shelf life of one year if it's appropriately stored in a cool, dark place. When you buy natural soap in a store, there's no way of knowing how long the soap has been on the shelf.
    Certainly there are reputable soap stores that have high inventory turnover and freshness is not a factor. But buying directly from the manufacturer in most instances guarantees the soap you're getting is fresh.
  • We make our soap in small batches. We want it to be fresh. Occasionally, this causes a delay if we have an unexpected rise in demand for a particular soap. And we will never rush the 6 to 8 week curing process.

Is it Really Natural Soap?

What is natural Soap? There's big difference between the way Blackberry Creek defines natural soap and the way many handmade and commercial soap companies define it. The problem is there is no legal definition of what soap must contain, or not contain, to be legally called natural soap.

Blackberry Creek makes its natural soap from scratch in small cold-processed batches. Many other so-called natural soap companies start out with ready-made, mass produced commercial slabs. They then

  • melt the slabs down;
  • add a couple of ingredients of which at least on is supposed to be natural; and
  • call it natural soap.
But if you're really concerned about what you're putting on your skin you want all-natural soap.

What if the Label Includes Natural Soap?

So, if the label says all-natural the soap it must be natural soap, right? No, that would be too easy! Nobody goes to jail for calling their soap all-natural when it's not. The industry is not regulated.

But you do want to read the label. Look for chemical preservatives. Natural soap doesn't contain preservatives. But don't stop there because the label doesn't necessarily tell you what's actually in the soap either.

Here are some ways to determine if your soap is not all-natural.

  • Does the soap have extreme, unnaturally bright, loud colors?
  • Is the fragrance extremely strong?
If either of these conditions are true you're probably not looking at true natural soap.