We're No Stinkin' Outlaws — handmade soap

| Danielle Vincent

From 2013 to today, our handmade soap packaging has evolved

When I look at our soap packaging, I see so many evolutions. In the beginning -- March of 2013 -- we wrapped our soap in brown paper with butcher twine. I had a rubber stamp with our logo on it, and I stamped the brown paper. It was inky. It...

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| The Outlaws

Saddle Up, Cowboys and Cowgals, and Leave Your Cares in the Paddock!

We choose to honor Calamity Jane, one of the most badass frontierswomen in the Wild West.

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| The Outlaws

Cursed Cowboy: The Legend Continues

IT'S BACK: The Cursed Cowboy, our famed and treasured campfire and clove limited edition seasonal spicy soap, has materialized on this mortal plane months before its typical season, when the leaves turn and a whisper of a chill blows through your bones. These are strange times, and strange times call...

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| Sandy Pena

The Man Behind the Scenes: Russ Vincent, COO

I talk a big game over here in the blog, but you know who makes this whole machine go? It's my husband and business partner (and best friend), Russell Vincent. In 2018, we sold 11,600ish bars of handmade soap. In 2019, we sold more than 43,000 bars, most of which...

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| Sandy Pena

Blazing Saddles Western Handmade Soap and Lotion: The scent soundtrack to your cowboy adventure

Blazing Saddles, our ultimate cowboy scent (leather, gunpowder, sandalwood, and sagebrush), is hands down our most popular scent. Why? It's a surprisingly deep and complex arrangement of olfactory delights, which evoke a lone cowboy walking into town, carrying his saddle, smelling of a recent gunfight. It's the scent of the...

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| Sandy Pena

What's the difference between milled soap and handmade soap?

Since we launched milled soap, we've received at least a dozen questions about this solid gold (actually, kind of a white) bar of lathery awesomeness... The #1 Question: How does milled soap differ from handmade soap? The first thing you'd probably notice if looking at these bars side by side...

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| Danielle Vincent

Supply & Demand & Handmade Bar Soap

This year (and every year), we struggle to keep up with inventory of handmade soap... admittedly, it's darn good stuff! We're at an awkward time in our company's development: we don't have the space, labor, or resources to scale up our production enough to meet the demand. A great problem,...

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| Danielle Vincent

Milled Soap Is Imminent! $5 for a bar of Outlaw? Heck yeah!

JUST THIS MORNING, I talked with the delivery company who will be bringing us TWO PALLETS OF MILLED SOAP! What does this mean for YOU? It means that we're going to have a near-infinite supply of your favorite Outlaw soap scents (as long as your favorite is Blazing Saddles, Fire...

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| Danielle Vincent

Back in stock: Fire in the Hole Campfire Soap

We're happy to announce that Fire in the Hole Campfire Bar Soap is back in stock after several weeks of being out of stock! This kaboom-inspired handmade bar soap is sure to ignite your day. If you haven't tried it, you definitely should! There are some things you might be...

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| Danielle Vincent

Where there's a mill, there's a way

Recently, we asked our customers (likely even you!) if we should offer a less expensive, not-handmade soap at a lower price. Most people said they'd buy it (or they'd buy it if it was a good quality soap, which we expected and would offer nothing less!). The question came up...

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| Danielle Vincent

Dear Lust in the Dust,

I love you. Love,Everyone. As part of our commitment to doing what our customers ask us to do (highly democratic soap company and all), we recently ran a customer survey, where we asked folks (probably even YOU) what was important to you and what you thought we should do. One...

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| Danielle Vincent

Dag Nabbit: The stock monster bites again

"When will you have Blazing Saddles Soap back in stock?" someone asked on Facebook today. Last month, it was Fire in the Hole Campfire Soap. This month, it's Blazing Saddles and Mountain Hideout. As you may recall from my article about our handmade soap ingredients and process (because I know...

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