Little Owl Soap: Hand-Crafted & Natural Vegan Luxury

Little Owl Soap is dedicated to the blend of science and art that is hand-crafted soapmaking.  We combine creativity with the scientific knowledge of the last 150 years to craft small batches of gentle, pure, and natural soaps from vegan oils and butters, essential oils, and clays, botanicals, herbs, and spices.  Each bar is safe, luxurious, and unique.  Little Owl Soap makes bar soap, as well as other bath products, like salt scrubs and paraben-free lotion, to help round out your vegan body care routine.

We've been making soap for nearly 15 years and are proud to be a Certified Soapmaker and  a member of the Handcrafted Soap and Cosmetic Guild and to be certified cruelty-free and vegan by PETA.  Our soaps are palm oil-free.

Thank you for stopping by to visit our  website!  As always, fresh batches of bar soaps are listed regularly, so check back often.

 

...From the Little Owl Soap Atelier...

Origin Story of the Soapmaking Kind

It is bonkers to think that I’ve been making soap for 15 years!  It all started in my college apartment, where I stored supplies in a Rubbermaid container under my bed.  I still have my first pair of safety goggles and my first soap mold, and I still use my first heat-resistant spatula every time I make soap.

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Alleged Estrogenic Effects of Lavender and Tea Tree Essential Oils

Reports are again circulating on the internet that lavender essential oil and tea tree essential oil mimic estrogen and are hormone disrupters, specifically, that those essential oils disrupt male hormones and cause gynecomastia (breast growth) in boys.  I  first heard this years ago and researched it...

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Comfort Food: Split Pea & Squash Stew

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Yesterday may have been March 1st, but it was still cold and snowing and sleeting -- a day worthy of some comfort food.  One of my favorite homemade comfort foods is a Split Pea and Squash stew, from a recipe I got from Jamie Checket, a Certified Holisitic Health Coach.  It's easy to make, beautiful to look at, and delightful to eat.  My husband and I have kept this recipe in regular rotation since first trying it out last year...

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