ALL NATURAL SOAPS & SYNTHETIC-FREE CARE FOR BODY, HOME & PET
EARTH'S MOST INDULGENT INGREDIENTS FROM A COMPANY WITH PURPOSE ⏤ A JOB CREATION MACHINE FOR ADULTS WITH DISABILITIES EQUAL WAGE & DISABILITY RIGHTS ADVOCATES
Celebrate business serving society by considering an extrinsic reason for buying what you buy. Like buying soap.
We've worked hard to perfect soap making and consider our handmade soap to be the best anywhere. We make generous 4.5 ounce bars. Our all natural skincare products do not include synthetic ingredients. We work hard to substantiate fair trade supply chains, use sustainable packaging, and reinvent, reuse, and recycle whenever we can. Our 100% all natural soap bars and products for bath, home and pet are whole system nutrition − vegan, fragrance free, and formulated without fillers, preservatives, fragrance, dyes, or other synthetic ingredients. Our products do not harm the planet. They are cruelty free, and waterway, food area, child, and pet friendly. Our artisanal products and small batch soaps are handmade in St. Louis, Missouri, and besides ALL THAT, each bar of sammysoap is packed with purpose!
sammysoap is a job creation machine for adults with intellectual disabilities disguised as the world's best soap company. We are not a not-for-profit, on purpose. We manage to the strengths of our employees to make the best soap around. We exist in support of human health, a clean planet, and disability wage equality.
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There's fun in the factory!
Welcome to the heart of sammysoap. We invite groups large and small into our St. Louis factory to learn about cold process soap making. It's FREE! Our invitation extends to classrooms, homeschoolers, retirement communities, families, individuals, and social, business and faith groups. There's something for everyone. Take a look at our ingredient pantries and witness all natural soap making in progress. Learn how real soap is made. Our tour is part history lesson, part science lesson, and part modern day comparative cosmetic marketing analysis. Few products are as fundamental or universally handled as soap − we all use it everyday. You'll learn about products you've used all your life but may have never thought much about. Our master soap makers are extremely knowledgeable, and soap has a history filled with folklore, poetry, religion, exploration, pharmacology and perfumery. Art meets chemistry in our factory and the result is magic.
To schedule a tour: call, email, or stop by our store and factory.
We are located in an old former fire station, a historically landmarked building on the old Main Street of the first planned suburb west of the Mississippi River in St. Louis, Missouri − Kirkwood, "Queen of the Suburbs." Besides it's gorgeous residential lots and gardens, Victorian homes, and historic importance, Kirkwood bustles with the fun and family groove of today's most modern metropolis. We are pedestrian and surrounded by food, drink, shops and galleries. Come and join the fun. We can't wait to meet you!
123 W. Argonne Dr.
St. Louis, Missouri 63122
Here’s a test: Go to your bathroom and look at the label of the soap you’re using. It may well have stearic acid, sodium stearate, maltol and tetrasodium etidronate. Now, investigate a little further into the properties of these common ingredients of a popular soap brand. The summary reads “This ingredient does not appear to have any beneficial properties for your skin.” Many soaps are loaded with synthetic ingredients but they smell pretty good, they are readily available and are inexpensive. These soaps will clean dirt off of your hands and face, but that’s about it. If you want soap that contains all-natural emollients and essential oils along with the standard base ingredient (glycerine), you will need to head over to sammysoap at... Continue Reading →