Announcement Stonegrass Farms Soap Co. produces homemade soaps, gift sets, lip balms, and deodorant creams made in small batches using simple, organic ingredients.
Stonegrass Farms Soap Co. produces homemade soaps, gift sets, lip balms, and deodorant creams made in small batches using simple, organic ingredients.
Isha on May 13, 2016
I decided to make the switch from commercial deodorants as I am trying to reduce my use of plastic. So the first thing I love about this is it comes in a glass jar. Another thing, I love that it is all natural. I have been using it for a week and I haven't noticed any skin irritation. I only use this. So far I have no complaints. I sweat and honestly I don't smell myself. If your on the fence give this product a try. And it came with a little soap. 😍
Jerri Gernold on May 3, 2016
Everything was on time and just as pictured. Great comments from all of the guests!
Jessica on Apr 28, 2016
This is my 2nd time ordering, ordered clove and sandalwood for my boyfriend this time too. This is the best homemade deodorant, the only natural deodorant that works and smells awesome. I love it!
The Story of Stonegrass Farms Soap Co.
Hi, I’m Shelley, the one-woman team behind Stonegrass Farms Soap Co. Thanks for stopping by! I’d love to share a little bit about my philosophy and how I got started.
I’ve always felt magnetically drawn to handcrafted soaps. I can’t step foot in a soap shop and leave empty-handed. But my foray into making my own soaps happened via my interest in food, actually. For years, I’ve been passionate about gardening, cooking and eating natural, simple foods. I feel constantly frustrated that so many foods in our grocery stores come with hidden chemical cocktails—things I don’t want in my body. So, instead, I grow what I can and source organically grown foods locally. As I learned more and more about additives and chemicals in and on many foods, I began looking, too, at the additives and gunk I was also putting *on* my body via soaps and other beauty products. I read once that most name-brand bars of soap available in a typical store aren’t really bars of soap, in the traditional sense of the word, at all. Rather, they’re bars of detergents and chemicals. (No, thanks!)
Because I already enjoyed cooking from scratch and incorporating fresh, garden goodies into my meals, making soaps in my kitchen and adding garden-grown herbs felt natural, exciting and empowering. I’ve loved taking control of three of the main products I put on my body every day—soap, deodorant and lip balm—by getting to craft my own recipes and source simple, natural ingredients I’m comfortable with.
All of my soaps are handmade and hand-cut in small batches in my Corvallis, Ore., kitchen. I start with a base of organic oils and rich, whole goat’s milk that I source locally, and then I impart fresh scents and gentle exfoliating agents using pure essential oils (never synthetic fragrances) and organic, plant-based ingredients, such as herbs from my garden. I decided to exclusively make goat milk soaps (as opposed to other types) because I flat-out love them, and because they’re so moisturizing and excellent for so many skin types. Goat milk soap is packed full of enriching vitamins, minerals and fats that nourish skin—and it may even provide relief for those with severely dry skin, sensitive skin, itchy skin, acne, eczema or psoriasis.
My deodorant creams are made with natural, organic ingredients—such as coconut oil, shea butter, and arrowroot power—and are 100-percent aluminum-free. Just rub a pea-sized amount in each pit to stay fresh all day! These deodorants absorb odors and moisture, and allow you to ditch pore-clogging, chemical-laden commercial brands of antiperspirants.
My beeswax-based lip balms are rich and soothing, with all organic butters and oils. I source all beeswax from a local farm, and the balms come in recyclable or reusable slider tins.
In an effort to reduce waste, I label and package my products with upcycled and reusable materials when possible, such as strips of grocery sacks, newspapers, and mason jars. Though it may sound strange, it makes me happy to no end that a mason jar that once held a soap gift set or a deodorant cream may one day be used to can homemade strawberry jam or tomato sauce (after being sanitized, of course).
Thanks again for your interest in my products! I truly make every item with care and I love sharing my handmade creations with others, knowing I’m providing something natural and healthy for their skin.
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- Accepts Etsy gift cards
Returns & exchanges
- Custom or personalized orders
- Perishable products (like food or flowers)
- Digital downloads
- Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
- To communicate with you about your order
- To fulfill your order
Frequently asked questions
Custom and personalized orders
We would be thrilled to help with any of your custom-order needs, from custom gift tags to party or wedding favors. We are even open to making a soap or deodorant in a custom scent, just for you. Please send us a message with your ideas, questions and requests related to custom orders. Because of the nature of Stonegrass Farms Soap Co.'s products, we are unable to accept returns. If you are not totally satisfied with your order, however, please send us a message so we can find a solution. Thank you!