WillowSoapCompany

Willow Soap Company- Handmade Soaps and Personal Care.

Atlanta, Georgia | 203 Sales

WillowSoapCompany

Willow Soap Company- Handmade Soaps and Personal Care.

Atlanta, Georgia 203 Sales On Etsy since 2012

5 out of 5 stars (33)
Steve Schwedel

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Steve Schwedel

Announcement    Buy 5 bars and get a sixth bar free! Email us at willowsoap9 [!at] gmail.com for the coupon code! Email or contact us for availability of products! This offer is good through July 31st!

Announcement

Last updated on Jul 22, 2016

Buy 5 bars and get a sixth bar free! Email us at willowsoap9 [!at] gmail.com for the coupon code! Email or contact us for availability of products! This offer is good through July 31st!

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About

Making homemade products from scratch that make your face, skin, lips, and under arms feel smooth, smell fragrant, and feel healthy.

I started making soap from scratch in July 2008 by making liquid soap first. I then started to make bar soap from scratch about two weeks later. After I saw that liquid soap was not selling well, I started to focus more on bar soaps. I read and found some recipes that I liked and started to make a few types of soap. I focused on making soaps with all organic ingredients at first. When I saw other soapmakers selling more soap with better coloring and different fragrances. So, I started to make the colors more eye catching and started to pay attention to making a broader variety of soaps that appeal to customers' scent preferences. I then started to add more herbs and dry goods such as chopped parseley, dried peppermint leaves, dried lemongrass, lavender buds, oatmeal, and mineral colorants. I started to swirl my colorants more as well. In 2009, I was given a recipe for natural deodorant, and I refined the recipe even more. I found that people were even more interested in natural deodorant due to the concerns with aluminum chlorohydrate and propylene glycol. Then, in 2011, I started to make natural laundry detergent only to find that it was not selling well. In 2012, I started to make natural lip balm in order to be competitive with other soapmakers as well. I started to use local beeswax from local beekeepers along with other natural ingredients such as sweet almond oil, castor oil, vitamin E, and flavoring oils. In 2011, I also started to make soap for eczema; I found a soapmaker was getting a good response with his soap recipe. So, I found a recipe for eczema, acne, psoriasis, and fungal skin irritations as well. We are constantly looking for products to make that are helpful with various skin problems. In 2013, I started to make goat milk soap, beer soap, and coffee soap in order to be competitive and to provide some different products that we have never made before. In 2015, we started to make soap for poison ivy and bug repelling. In 2016, we started making beard oil and shaving soap. We hope that you find something you like in our shop. Thanks for checking out our shop and hope we can help you find a product that you enjoy.

Shop members

  • Steve Schwedel

    Owner, Creator

  • Julia Calhoun

    Assistant

Shop policies

Last updated on October 11, 2015
Hello, and welcome to Willow Soap Company! I started Willow Soap Company in 2008 in order to provide people with a healthier alternative for bath and personal care products. My aunt and grandmother both died of cancer about 20 years ago. In 2006, I learned about the declining quality of the foods we eat and the products we use in the bathroom such as soap, shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, lip balm, and lotion. In 2008, I started to research healthier soap recipes and started to make my own all natural soap. In 2009, I found a recipe for all natural deodorant, and started to make and sell it also. In 2012, I found a recipe for natural lip balm also. I make these products so that I can help myself and others to use products that are healthier than what is out in the average store.

Accepted payment methods

Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Returns and exchanges
I gladly accept returns and exchanges
Contact me within: 14 days of delivery
Ship items back within: 30 days of delivery
I don't accept cancellations
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
The following items can't be returned or exchanged
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
  • Custom or personalized orders
  • Perishable products (like food or flowers)
  • Digital downloads
  • Intimate items (for health/hygiene reasons)
Returns and exchange details
If you are not satisfied with the product, please message us first, and we will either refund your money or exchange the product within 5 business days.
Payment
We accept all major credit cards, payments from Paypal.
Shipping
If the product is in stock, it will ship in one to two days. If it is out of stock or in the process of curing, it can take up to 6 weeks.