Skipping Stone Soap is a natural handcrafted soap maker located in Toronto, Canada. At Skipping Stone Soap, we want to help reverse the course of chemically-loaded skincare products and bring back natural soaps that are not only good for your skin, but do not harm the environment, specifically our water systems.
One of our best sellers is all-natural handcrafted shampoo bars. We receive many great reviews and our customers love them. All three kinds of our shampoo bars are made only with premium plant-based oils and butters such as argan oil, avocado oil, coconut oil, and shea butter. To make each kind unique, some include macadamia nut oil or sweet almond oil, licorice root extract or activated charcoal, or some raw honey from our friend Bee Local 416.
They produce very creamy lather to gently cleanse scalp and hair, and leave no chemical residue like regular shampoos and conditioners. Also, shampoo bars are solid and there's no water, bacterias can't grow and preservative is not necessary. There is no need for a conditioner, though you can easily make your own with apple cider vinegar if you ever feel your hair needs a conditioning. ACV conditioner works especially well with natural soap shampoo bars. If you are interested, here is a good article on apple cider vinegar hair rinse from Coconuts & Kettlebells.)
No wonder our shampoo bars are so popular because there are so many great things about using all natural products instead of chemically loaded liquid detergent on your hair. So now we are introducing 2 shampoo bar set as a trial package for people who are looking for a change. If you've been using conventional liquid shampoos for years, there could be a transitional stage when your hair goes through some unusual behavior. Trying shampoo bars for at least a month is a great start and 2 bars should easily last for that period.
Of course, you can order multiple sets if you'd like more as well as a repeat purchase.
Holidays are fast approaching and one last thing on our mind is getting ready for our guests' bathroom use. Either for yourself or someone you are visiting, a box of guest sized handmade soap is a very useful and thoughtful item that leaves a great impression.
We are bringing back our popular guest sized soap bars as a Sampler Box. 16 of our various bars are placed in a reusable craft paper box for convenient storage. It's a great way to try most of our soap offerings as well as a gift for someone you care for and don't know what kind of scents she/he likes. Also, the Sampler Box is a must have for an Airbnb host. One soap is about the same size as those hotel soap and it should last for several showers or more. What's better than a locally made all-natural soap for your guest?
At home, we place several of these in a medium bowl with river rocks at the bottom and use as hand soap so that we can alternate each time to keep them dry. It looks pretty as well as it works.
I get asked quite often which soap bars are our most popular. The answer is definitely the Shooting Star Body + Face Soap and Starry Night Shampoo Bar both of which are made with activated Charcoal. Both of these have the dark charcoal grey look with white confetti mixed with the soap and they look quite lovely, so no wonder they are our most popular items.
And sometimes we get requests for these made with different scent or unscented. With a blend of citrus, flower, and wood notes, it's one of our most unique scents we offer. And scents are quite a subjective thing, some people love it and some people don't. Technically we can make any of our products scent-free or switch to some different scents.
Since we offer PURE unscented collection in a limited variety, we thought charcoal soap would be a great addition. We wanted to make it as simple and pure as possible, so we added activated charcoal powder to our popular PURE original recipe, and also a generous amount of French grey sea salt to enhance the detoxifying quality of charcoal, but not as much to make the soap harsh on the skin as the typical "salt soap".
These are in a curing stage and will be ready soon.
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