100% natural. 100% of the time.
NO ANIMAL TESTING | NO FRAGRANCE | NO DYES | NO PARABENS | NO GMOS
Our singular collection of organic soaps are made by hand, one batch at a time, in Bethlehem, New Hampshire. We use only sustainably-sourced vegetable-based ingredients and essential oils. No harsh chemicals or perfumes, no animal products or testing. 100% natural. 100% of the time.
Mountain Pepper$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Lavender$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Cedarwood$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Orange Blossom$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Orange Clove$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Peppermint$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Patchouli$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Orange Patchouli$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Tea Tree$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Unscented$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Lemon Eucalyptus$7.99 Quick ViewAdd to cart
Our soap stands apart from the rest.
Why? It’s because we keep the natural glycerin!
Most commercial soap manufacturers remove all of the naturally-occurring glycerin that occurs in the soap-making process and use it for more profitable lotions and creams. We retain all of it, guaranteeing superior moisturization for your skin. Our organic soap feels exceptional and will awaken dry, tired skin.
Cold-Processed Artisinal Soap
Sustainable sourced. Vegan-friendly
All of our products are handcrafted in small batches by our Master Soapmaker, who has over a decade of experience, to ensure quality and consistency in every batch of organic soap. All-natural ingredients. Absolutely no parabens, phthalates, or Sodium Laurel Sulfates. Our products are never tested on animals and are 100 percent animal-free.
If this isn’t the best soap you’ve ever used, it’s on us.
Did you know?
For every bar of organic soap that you buy, we donate an unscented bar to our health care heroes and first responders.
The Bethlehem Soap Company was created as a business retooling effort in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020. We produce high-quality handcrafted organic soaps for healthcare workers, small businesses and those in need in our community.
It became apparent early on in the pandemic that soap would soon be in high demand. First, we saw the toilet paper fly off the shelves and then the hand sanitizer. We knew there would be an increased demand and need for soap soon enough. We thought we may as well fill the need.
The opportunity to make a difference and create something new is what we needed. We wanted to feel like we would be doing our part in a town we live in and love. Helping our community has always been paramount.