Badger - Handcrafted Botanical Body Soap Mailette Lavender - 4 oz. (112 g)
Badger Handcrafted Botanical Body Soap Mailette Lavender. Suds you can trust! Badger soap is moisturizing and non-irritating, with dreamy lather and fabulous essential oil fragrances that are exceptionally good for your skin. Their fabulous Mailette Lavender Botanical Body Soap is beautifully fragranced with organic essential oils of Lavender & Bergamot, which help to calm your thoughts with their sensuous natural fragrance. Perfect for bathing before bedtime, They find this soap goes great with a post-shower cup of tea and a good book. They would never add any detergents, foaming agents, artificial "fragrance" or color, synthetic or harsh ingredients - just good clean soaps, for good clean folks!
Badger Handcrafted Botanical Body Soap Mailette Lavender:
- All Natural True Soap
- Cruelty Free
- Packaged With Recyclable Materials
Good, Clean Soap
Badger Makes Suds You Can Trust Moisturizing, Nourishing, Handmade "True Soap" Badger strives to make the safest, most effective, and most natural soaps possible. They have reformulated our soaps to last longer, lather better, and be more moisturizing - while remaining consistent with our strict Badger Natural Standard. Our 'true soap' formula contains only saponified organic plant oils, organic beeswax, and organic essential oils for their aromatherapeutic and antioxidant benefits. They do not use detergents, foaming agents, artificial "fragrance" or color, synthetic or harsh ingredients.
Each of Badger's soaps is meticulously formulated using only organic botanicals. The different base oils have properties which provide varying degrees of lathering, conditioning and hardening, while pure, steam-distilled essential oils provide light, fresh scents that are not overly scented. The result is a pleasant-feeling moisturizing bar that promotes healthier skin, naturally. Work Hard, Play Hard, Clean Up Nice!
Frequently Asked Question
Why Aren't Badger Soaps Certified Organic?
That's a great question! Though Badger soaps are made up of a large percentage of certified organic ingredients, they cannot bear the USDA seal because soap making requires a chemical process (saponification) which turns fat - in this case, plant oils - in to soap. This process involves Sodium Hydroxide (AKA Lye), which the USDA considers a "non-agricultural" ingredient - in other words, Organic Lye does not exist! No Lye remains in the soap after the plant oils are saponified. And remember, all of the ingredients are still grown, harvested, and processed in accordance with the USDA standard - so they are still the purest, healthiest ingredients in the world.
- Individual responsibility in a team concept
- Personal and caring approach in communications
- Supporting organic, sustainable agriculture through our purchasing practices
- A business environment that is respectful and supportive of all employees, and of
the people we serve
- Personal and social healing through our charitable giving
- Environmental responsibility
- Honesty and integrity in our business practices
- Fun is good
The History of Badger
Badger is a family run, family friendly business located on the banks of the Ashuelot River in rural Gilsum, New Hampshire, USA. Bill, Katie and daughters Mia, Emily and Rebecca started the business back in 1995, in the kitchen of their home.
Bill Whyte was a carpenter by trade and an herbalist by avocation. He could never find a product to heal his rough, dry, cracked hands-the result of daily hard work in the tough New Hampshire winters. Bill whipped up a batch of the original Healing Balm in his kitchen using Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Beeswax, Castor Oil, Aloe Vera and Essential Oil of Sweet Birch-a traditional New England herbal remedy.The result was astounding: a simple, all-natural, soothing and healing balm that really worked! And a company was born.
A team of about 40 friendly badgers formulates, manufactures, and ships almost all of the products from our facility, known as The Badger Mines. Badger works hard to create a healthy business with ethical and charitable principles. Call and ask any employee. You'll hear about our free organic lunches, green initiatives in every department and our charitable giving practices-not to mention our lunchtime full-contact badminton games!
To create fabulously pure and effective products of the highest natural quality, based on simplicity and thoughtful preparation, with the intention to soothe and heal. To run a business that is fun, fair and profitable; where money is fuel, not a goal; and where their vision for a healthier world finds expression through the way Badger's work and through the way they treat each other and the people we serve.