Sappo Hill Makes Natural Glycerin Soaps
Sappo Hill believes it’s better to stay clean naturally, without the use of a lot of artificial ingredients. Because many soaps can actually dry out the skin, leading to irritation and fine lines, Sappo Hill is dedicated to making gentle, glycerin-based soaps that treat the skin kindly, without excessive drying, but still remove grime completely. Sappo Hill’s Glycerin Cream Soap Bar Fragrance Free is just about as natural as it’s possible for a soap to get. Paraben-free and phthalate-free, this soap is mild and gentle enough to use on the most sensitive skin. It is even safe for the delicate skin of babies.
Mother Nature Supplies the Ingredients for Sappo Hill Soaps
What is not found in a soap is just as important as what is found in it. Sappo Hill uses some of the products that a generous Mother Nature has provided to make their gluten-free, artificial ingredients-free soaps. Sustainable palm oil and coconut oil are mixed with glycerin and other ingredients such as aloe, oatmeal, lavender, almond, and sandalwood to make non-GMO soaps that are both people and eco-friendly. Sappo Hill also helps Mother Nature by leaving the smallest possible carbon footprint.
Sappo Hill Has Been Making Soap for More Than 40 Years
Perhaps it’s not surprising that so many natural businesses start out in the kitchen. This is what happened with Sappo Hill. This family-owned business started out making their soaps in the kitchen and selling the soaps at craft shows, fairs, and in health food stores. The initial success Sappo Hill enjoyed soon had them moving into the garage to increase production, and now into a workshop. However, Sappo Hill still makes all its soaps in small batches and cuts them by hand. This helps to assure good quality control to bring natural, skin-nourishing soaps to their customers. Regardless of their success, Sappo Hill still sticks to the ideals and goals that were present when the first batch of soap was made in the kitchen.