Seed to Soap

Your skin is your largest organ. Take good care of it with Gardening Jones' Seed to Soaps featuring products from their organic gardens.

Suds with Benefits

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

All of our soaps are made using soap bases that are naturally odor free and vegan-friendly*. These Glycerin Soap bases are ALL VEGETABLE OIL and contain no alcohol or harmful products to dry your skin. Glycerin, a natural emollient, draws moisture out of the air to benefit skin health. It cleanses without stripping or upsetting the delicate natural pH balance necessary for soft, healthy skin. Our soaps rinse clean and leave no soapy film behind. All of our soaps are produced from the highest quality double distilled and deodorized clear coconut oil, forming luxurious lather and sparkling clarity.

*We do occasionally add milk or honey, that is always noted in the description.

Suds with Benefits is how we describe our products, which do so much more than just make you clean. We use as many homemade and organically homegrown ingredients as possible to enhance our soaps. If we can’t grow it, we seek out organic options. These ingredients scent the soaps, but in many cases we also add a wee bit of high quality essential oils. Soaps are available to order without added scents.

But we don’t stop there. We know that commercial soaps and many handmade soaps pack their product up as soon as it cools. Did you ever open a bar and it feels wet? This provides great lather, but your soap won’t last nearly as long. We cure ours instead, letting at least 1/2 ounce per bar of water evaporate. Each of our soaps therefore are about 3.5 ounces.

We use natural ingredients like our homegrown strawberries and cinnamon to color the soaps. Okay, so the strawberry soap looks purple. That’s naturally the way it turned out. :-)

Here’s a testimonial from Karen Mc. “The coffee soap was awesome for a few reasons. It made getting the green and brown out of the rough spots on your hands after gardening and also my knees when I’d kneel down while wearing shorts. Regular soap just wouldn’t remove the soil but the grounds were just abrasive enough without being sharp or toxic. My husband used it to remove the oils from his skin associated with poison ivy and he never wound up with the rash. (He is highly allergic)
I enjoyed the lemon soap at the kitchen sink as it was a gentle cleanser and removed the unpleasant scents of some garden materials. Coupled with the fact that I just simply love lemon.”