We're No Stinkin' Outlaws — how to make handmade soap

| Danielle Vincent

So Many Handmade Soaps, Only One Outlaw

When we tell people we make natural, handmade soap, people who don’t know us very well ask if we sell at farmers markets or on Etsy. They envision pastel colors and lavender seeds lovingly sprinkled on the top of our bars. They envision paper ribbon and Birkenstocks.But then we tell...

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| Danielle Vincent

How long does handmade soap last?

HOORAY! I'm so glad you asked! Because it really does depend on the proper use and storage of your beloved handmade soap. The quick answer is ... IT DEPENDS! (A very unsatisfying answer, I know. But you can see the results of my experiment at the bottom of this post)...

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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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| Danielle Vincent

The fail-est of the failed soaps: whiskey soap

People ask us about failed soaps all the time, so I'm going to write about the most spectacularly disgusting fail to date: the time I tried to make whiskey soap with Jim Beam. The Oppenheimer of Soaps... ... was my nickname after that day.

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