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The Skin Candy Story

Foster’s Refillery is proud to have locally owned and operated The Skin Candy as one of our suppliers. Learn more about the founders Lynette Bullock and her daughter Alex Miner, the brilliant minds behind this Utah company!  These two women started their business around the same time Alex was pregnant with her first child. Relaxing […]

Introducing the Hive Mind Apiary

We recently started working with a new local supplier and we’re thrilled to introduce the Hive Mind Apiary to you! Foster’s Refillery now carries their waste free, delightful smelling soap, made from upcycled kitchen oils and fats. Check out our conversation with Christopher Nelson, the founder and owner of HMA below.  FR: Let’s start with […]

The Story of Beehive Soap and Body Care– Almost as good as a Fairy Tale!

Like many good stories, this adventure begins when one door closes and another one opens. So it is with our heroine and the story of Beehive Soap and Body Care —  a tale of a Utah businesswoman who believes in sustainability and sharing toxic free products with everyone. A long time ago, (okay, it was […]

All about M Soaps

A story of a woman and her daughter creating bath and body products to heal Over the holidays that year, Daniella and her children moved back to Utah to be close to family while Daneilla recuperated. To treat her pain and to avoid taking debilitating painkillers, Daniella’s doctor suggested CBD products (a derivative of the […]

What is a Refillery?

 A new and improved way to cut down on single use plastic. A refillery provides a convenient way to reduce single-use plastics in everyday life. Rather than purchasing a new container each time you need more shampoo, conditioner, soap, lotion, all-purpose cleaner, etc., you refill extended-use containers with those products. Some refilleries require you to […]

Letter From Our Founder Hannah Foster

I remember thinking while I was living in my shoebox apartment in NYC, and again when I was living in the back of a van in New Zealand, “I wish I could just refill my shampoo bottles.” Trying to find utility in empty plastic bottles is cumbersome, and the containers just get thrown away most […]