More About Sappo Hill
For over 40 YEARS, Sappo Hill has been making all natural, vegetable oil soaps according to traditional methods. First from a kitchen, later from a garage and today in a workshop in Ashland, Oregon; every batch and every bar is still kettle-made and cut by hand.
In the beginning (back in the day, as they say), Sappo Hill Soaps were stirred by hand, poured into troughs, cut into cakes, then sold at country fairs, farmer's markets, or right out of the car to natural food cooperatives.
As demand for Sappo Hill soaps grew and the company moved out of the garage into a workshop, Sappo Hill remained true to their traditional methods and pure ingredients.