Artisanal soap bars

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$8.50

Today's Total

$8.50












  1. Rinse off your bar under running water
  2. Rub the bar in your hands to create a rich lather
  3. Put the bar back in its soap dish
  4. Rub your hands together, making sure to get the backs of your hands, in between the fingers and under the fingernails
  5. Rinse off with clean water and towel dry your hands


Wild Water’s Soapery is a local women-owned Salt Lake City business. Wild Water’s began as a way to decrease the amount of plastics going into oceans, lakes and rivers. All their products are ethically and sustainably sourced, handcrafted and all natural. They carry a variety of products including soaps, shampoo bars, and other accessories. All of these products are made with quality ingredients and are never packaged in plastic. Not only are these products eco-friendly but they also are all beautiful and have amazing scents. Wild Waters is good for you and good for the community. Wild Waters profits support animal rescues and other community support agencies. Their mission: to give back to the natural world that has given so much to us.

Ingredients(Lost in the Wasatch): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Aloe Vera Gel, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Salt, Patchouli and Spearmint Essential Oils, Tan Illite Clay, Spirulina, Cocoa

Ingredients (Lost in the Desert): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Aloe Vera Gel, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Salt, Lemongrass, Peppermint and Spearmint Essential Oils, Tan Illite and Rose Kaolin Clay, Himalayan Rhubarb

Ingredients (Uintah Wintah): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Lye, Aloe Vera Gel, Shea Butter, Lye, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Cedarwood, Fir Needle, Mint and Eucalyptus Essential Oils, Salt, Zinc Oxide and Basil Powder.

Ingredients (Kisses in the Dark): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Shea Butter, Aloe Vera Juice, Lye, Castor Oil, Cocoa Butter, Activated Charcoal, Neem leaf Powder, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Salt

Ingredients (Lavender & Eucalyptus): Distilled Water, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Lye (Sodium Hydroxide), Castor Seed Oil, Goats Milk Powder, Kaolin Clay, 100% Pure Essential Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Tussah Silk, Sodium Lactate

Ingredients (Peppermint Mocha): Coconut Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Olive Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Coffee, Coffee Grounds, Peppermint, Cinnamon Leaf and Cassia Essential Oil. Cocoa Powder, Red Reef Clay

Ingredients (Not Yo Mama’s Rainbow): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Water, Shea Butter, Lye (NaOH), Aloe Vera Gel, Cocoa Butter, Avocado Oil, Castor Oil, Lavender, Rosemary, Peppermint and Spearmint Essential Oils, Salt, Infused Oils of Himalayan Rhubarb Root, Gromwell Root, Turmeric, Alkanet, and Paprika, Spirulina, Indigo, Rose Kaolin, Purple Brazilian, Australian Red Reef and French Green Clay

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OVERVIEW

Description

These luxurious & eco-friendly soap bars are made right here in Salt Lake City!

These soaps pair perfectly with our locally made soap dishes!

Lost in the Wasatch:

This soap is scented with Patchouli and Spearmint, a slightly sweet, earthy combination that will make you smile. Colored with clays, herbs and spices, its all natural and all fun.

Lost in the Desert:

Scented with Spearmint and Lemongrass, colored with clays and herbal infusions, it’s just amazing. Wild Water’s can’t make it fast enough!

Uintah Wintah:

Crisp Pine. Rich, sharp Fir. Snow. Do you ski? Hike? Snowshoe? Sit by a warm fire looking out at the snowy hills? You will love how this wonderful scent takes you to the mountains, where the fresh air carries the scent of winter forests, and a reminder of good days with family and friends.

Kisses in the Dark Charcoal Soap:

Activated Charcoal Bars. Another one we can’t get enough of. This soap is a little more cleansing than standard bath bars, great for oily skin, but still contains plenty of Aloe for gentleness. Kisses in the Dark is scented with Tea Tree and Eucalyptus. Mmm.

Peppermint Mocha Scrub:

In the kitchen, this is the soap I want. Made with double brewed coffee for an extra boost in cutting cooking odors and scrubby espresso grounds from Red Moose for extra cleaning without drying. Scented with Peppermint and a touch of Cinnamon Essential Oils. Great for cleaning the dirtiest hands. Pair with our Bee Free Balm solid lotion bar for great hand hygiene.

Not Yo Mama’s Rainbow:

Some of us just have our own style. Colored with a variety of clays and botanicals, Scented with a heady combination of Lavender, Rosemary and Spearmint, it just might be your Holiday Soap (even when it’s not a holiday.)

PS: Does your kid like rainbows? This is a kid friendly scent!












  1. Rinse off your bar under running water
  2. Rub the bar in your hands to create a rich lather
  3. Put the bar back in its soap dish
  4. Rub your hands together, making sure to get the backs of your hands, in between the fingers and under the fingernails
  5. Rinse off with clean water and towel dry your hands


Wild Water’s Soapery is a local women-owned Salt Lake City business. Wild Water’s began as a way to decrease the amount of plastics going into oceans, lakes and rivers. All their products are ethically and sustainably sourced, handcrafted and all natural. They carry a variety of products including soaps, shampoo bars, and other accessories. All of these products are made with quality ingredients and are never packaged in plastic. Not only are these products eco-friendly but they also are all beautiful and have amazing scents. Wild Waters is good for you and good for the community. Wild Waters profits support animal rescues and other community support agencies. Their mission: to give back to the natural world that has given so much to us.

Ingredients(Lost in the Wasatch): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Aloe Vera Gel, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Salt, Patchouli and Spearmint Essential Oils, Tan Illite Clay, Spirulina, Cocoa

Ingredients (Lost in the Desert): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Aloe Vera Gel, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Salt, Lemongrass, Peppermint and Spearmint Essential Oils, Tan Illite and Rose Kaolin Clay, Himalayan Rhubarb

Ingredients (Uintah Wintah): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Lye, Aloe Vera Gel, Shea Butter, Lye, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Cedarwood, Fir Needle, Mint and Eucalyptus Essential Oils, Salt, Zinc Oxide and Basil Powder.

Ingredients (Kisses in the Dark): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Shea Butter, Aloe Vera Juice, Lye, Castor Oil, Cocoa Butter, Activated Charcoal, Neem leaf Powder, Eucalyptus Essential Oil, Tea Tree Essential Oil, Salt

Ingredients (Lavender & Eucalyptus): Distilled Water, Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Lye (Sodium Hydroxide), Castor Seed Oil, Goats Milk Powder, Kaolin Clay, 100% Pure Essential Oil, Titanium Dioxide, Mica, Tussah Silk, Sodium Lactate

Ingredients (Peppermint Mocha): Coconut Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Olive Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Avocado Oil, Cocoa Butter, Coffee, Coffee Grounds, Peppermint, Cinnamon Leaf and Cassia Essential Oil. Cocoa Powder, Red Reef Clay

Ingredients (Not Yo Mama’s Rainbow): Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Rice Bran Oil, Water, Shea Butter, Lye (NaOH), Aloe Vera Gel, Cocoa Butter, Avocado Oil, Castor Oil, Lavender, Rosemary, Peppermint and Spearmint Essential Oils, Salt, Infused Oils of Himalayan Rhubarb Root, Gromwell Root, Turmeric, Alkanet, and Paprika, Spirulina, Indigo, Rose Kaolin, Purple Brazilian, Australian Red Reef and French Green Clay

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Comparable in Price
to Trader Joe’s & Smith’s

ECO-Friendly

Never Tested on Animals

Most are Locally
Produced

Comparable in Price to Trader Joe’s & Smith’s

ECO-Friendly

Never Tested on Animals

Most are Locally
Produced

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Jane and her family fled to Nairobi, Kenya, as refugees from South Sudan in 1991. In 2003, Jane's mother, seeking better opportunities and a safer upbringing for her children, immigrated to the United States. Jane and her family moved from state to state before settling in Utah. She became accustomed to being the new kid and the only black person in the classroom or neighborhood. The Lotubias landed in Salt Lake City because Utah, unbeknownst to many, is home to a large and thriving Sudanese community with over 65 ethinc groups represented. Every year leaders within the community organize meet-ups and parties, and provide a strong safety net for one another.

Jane’s driving passion is fashion. Every facet of the creative process, from modeling, to behind-the-scenes runway design, enthralls and inspires her. She does, however, avoid fast fashion, and instead advocates for well made and long lasting garments. Since a young age, her mom has embedded a deep thriftiness in her and her siblings. Her household reuses and repurposes everything from containers to clothes. When clothes get too worn to wear, Jane will often design outfits and her mom, who is an expert seamstress, will sew (or teach Jane how to sew) her vision into reality.

The Black Lives Matter movement is important to Jane, and she participated in several of the recent protests-- even if that meant going alone. Environmentalism and social justice should not be happening independently of each other. But when she thinks of the word “environmentalism” she thinks of white-washed marketing and privilege. She said “I’m still trying to feel comfortable and safe walking down the street, and I don’t think people understand what a privilege it is to have the time and energy to advocate for the environment.”

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A refillery helps reduce single use plastics. Rather than throwing away various household & personal hygiene product bottles, you refill them. FostersRefillery.com (link in bio) is an online marketplace of locally and/or sustainably made household cleaners, soaps, hair care, oral hygiene, and glass containers.

We deliver products to your home via bike or a multi trip drive, weigh the desired amount, and refill our/your containers.

Swipe to for more information & to see some door hanger we put up around town!

fostersrefillery We hope everyone is getting their outside fix during these cold winter months, staying save during these covid times, AND keeping their teeth nice & bright & clean!
We carry @nelsonnaturals toothpaste tablets, and paste. They get the job done while staying package and harmful chemical free.

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fostersrefillery LOCAL SPOTLIGHT
Right before wrapping up our interview with Jane Lotubai, she interjected how strongly she feels that the word “environmentalism” needs reimagining. She wants to be a part of a new brand of environmentalism that prioritizes social and environmental justice and includes and empowers all people-- especially those most vulnerable.

Jane and her family fled to Nairobi, Kenya, as refugees from South Sudan in 1991. In 2003, Jane's mother, seeking better opportunities and a safer upbringing for her children, immigrated to the United States. Jane and her family moved from state to state before settling in Utah. She became accustomed to being the new kid and the only black person in the classroom or neighborhood. The Lotubias landed in Salt Lake City because Utah, unbeknownst to many, is home to a large and thriving Sudanese community with over 65 ethinc groups represented. Every year leaders within the community organize meet-ups and parties, and provide a strong safety net for one another.

Jane’s driving passion is fashion. Every facet of the creative process, from modeling, to behind-the-scenes runway design, enthralls and inspires her. She does, however, avoid fast fashion, and instead advocates for well made and long lasting garments. Since a young age, her mom has embedded a deep thriftiness in her and her siblings. Her household reuses and repurposes everything from containers to clothes. When clothes get too worn to wear, Jane will often design outfits and her mom, who is an expert seamstress, will sew (or teach Jane how to sew) her vision into reality.

The Black Lives Matter movement is important to Jane, and she participated in several of the recent protests-- even if that meant going alone. Environmentalism and social justice should not be happening independently of each other. But when she thinks of the word “environmentalism” she thinks of white-washed marketing and privilege. She said “I’m still trying to feel comfortable and safe walking down the street, and I don’t think people understand what a privilege it is to have the time and energy to advocate for the environment.”

fostersrefillery We're Utah's refillery service!

A refillery helps reduce single use plastics. Rather than throwing away various household & personal hygiene product bottles, you refill them. FostersRefillery.com (link in bio) is an online marketplace of locally and/or sustainably made household cleaners, soaps, hair care, oral hygiene, and glass containers.

We deliver products to your home via bike or a multi trip drive, weigh the desired amount, and refill our/your containers.

Swipe to for more information & to see some door hanger we put up around town!

fostersrefillery We hope everyone is getting their outside fix during these cold winter months, staying save during these covid times, AND keeping their teeth nice & bright & clean!
We carry @nelsonnaturals toothpaste tablets, and paste. They get the job done while staying package and harmful chemical free.

We carry the most delicious locally made hand soaps by @the_skincandy_! These soaps will get you squeaky clean with all natural ingredients, & we have super scrumptious scents. ??? . . . . #shoplocal #refillnotlandfill #deliveryservice #womanownedbusiness #supportlocalbusiness #allnatural #environmentaljustice #gifts #ecogifts #localgifts #Sustainable #sustainableproducts #refillery #ecofriendly #ecofriendlyproducts #smallbusiness #localbusiness #SLC #slcbusiness #utah #utahbusinesses #utahgram #milkman #delivery #Reusable

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