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Salt & Butter Soap Kitchen

Why Salt & Butter?

3 words:
Simple. Thoughtful. Intentional.

SIMPLE
Simple…we need to feed our skin as much as we need to feed our bodies. We strive to nourish ourselves from the inside…but tend to forget about just how simple it is to do something incredible for our overexposed and daily embattled epidermis.

THOUGHTFUL
Our ingredient choices are fresh, naturally nourishing and moisturizing. Gorgeous butters and rich oils packed full of powerful antioxidants, essential fatty acids, along with incredible additions such as superfood boosts naturally carrying critical enzymes, Alpha Hydroxy Acids, and serious Vitamins just to start. We’ve also carefully chosen what to avoid as well. Phthalate and paraben free, every single thing that goes into our handpoured and crafted products is thoughtfully chosen with the sole intent to #feedyourskin. Just please… #donteatthesoap.

INTENTIONAL
My journey began as a child with an auto-immune disorder which originally attacked and inflamed my skin. Just over a dozen years ago, it morphed into attacking my joints as well. It was then I buckled down and became more proactive about my own care…starting with my skin.

The negative response my skin had to most commercially available skincare products limited me to either extraordinarily priced products or a very narrow selection of mundane basics. But I still wanted the fun and delicious sparkle that nourished my skin…without breaking the bank! So the intention began.

I soon discovered this journey was actually a creative outlet waiting to happen. It would come to be able to feed and nourish my hurting skin, but my creative soul as well. Working with the massive variety of natural components to discover the combinations which best serve up their nutrition, and then make it a complete sensory experience? There’s absolute magic in that.

Today, Salt & Butter Soap Kitchen is here to help do the same for you. Our mission is to help you feed your skin…and uplift your heart in the process. Bring a smile to your face as you enjoy the way your skin feels, and far more importantly…the way you feel in your skin.

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CAN ALSO BE FOUND:

  • Draper Arts & Crafts Festival (Draper, UT)
  • Daybreak Farmers Market (South Jordan, UT)
  • 9th & 9th Street Festival (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Avenues Street Fair (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • Craft Lake City’s DIY Festival (Salt Lake City, UT)
  • We also offer periodic Open Studio times for drop-in customers, and announce it by email and social media. (South Jordan, UT)

Wild Waters Soapery

Wild Waters produces handcrafted soaps and bar shampoos using ethically sourced oils and additives. Our soaps are formulated especially for our dry desert air. We hope to lure you away from your liquid body wash to a great bar soap that leaves you feeling clean and comfortable while helping you eliminate plastic!

We use a variety of oils in our bars in order to give this clean, conditioned feel, including coconut oil, shea butter, cocoa butter, olive oil and avocado oil. Each oil contributes to the feel of the bar on your skin, and the performance in your hand.  We add aloe or coconut milk to produce more bubbles and to be even gentler on your skin. Our salt bars are made with local REAL salt, to give a long lasting, extra conditioning experience. And, almost all our bars are vegan. The rest are made with local fats.

Your shower should be a multisensory experience, thus, each bar is scented with an enticing blend of essential oils in scents that are invigorating, relaxing, or simply pleasing.  We carry 12-15 scents, some of which are reminiscent of our desert landscape, and others which smells good enough to eat. We can also make custom orders, to match that bar you tried once and loved. Our bars are also fun to look at! We color them primarily with clays, herbals and spices, in a variety of fun patterns. Since each small batch is hand crafted in our studio, every bar is unique.

We also produce several varieties of  bar shampoo, including a vegan version and one made with local lard from Clifford’s Family Farms.  Although everyone’s hair is different, we try to help most people find their way away from the plastic shampoo bottle to a more sustainable bar shampoo.

Finally, we package all this goodness as sustainably as possible, repurposing old  sewing patterns for wrapping, and using recycled paper.

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Can be found here:

  • Wheeler Farmers Market
  • University Farmers Market
  • The Hive Makers Markets & Festivals

Reviews

I’m so excited to have discovered Wild Waters Soapery! Their soap is so beautiful and smells lovely. I can’t wait to try more of them!

Brianna Milot,

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This soap is divine! It smells amazing and I haven’t had a bar soap that lathers this well in years.

Sariene Jones,

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Beautiful handmade soaps made sustainably! It was almost impossible which soap I wanted to purchase. I went with a salt bar and it is incredible! I am excited to try more!

Jess Kemper,

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The Skin Candy, LLC

The Skin Candy is a Family Owned Small Business owned by a Mother/Daughter Team.  The Skin Candy was started with the idea of providing high quality handmade bath, shower & skin care products that anyone could use and afford.  We hand make a variety of luxury bath bombs, body butters & artisan soaps along with other handmade bath & body treats for humans & pets! Our bath bombs are different than most others.  The reason they are different is because they are actually Butter Bath Bombs. We use not only high grade organic fractionated coconut oil but also organic raw mango butter which soaks down deep into your skin and doesn’t just sit on the skin’s surface.  The combination of these 2 ingredients leaves your skin feel silky smooth with NO slimy feeling.

Our current line of products includes Bath Bombs, Shower Steamers, Bubble Bath Bars, Bubbling Bath Salts, Body Butter/Cream, Sugar Scrubs, Salt Scrubs, Solid Shampoo Bars, Solid Conditioner Bars, Bubbling Milk Bath Powder, Whipped Soap, Toilet Fizzies, Mani/Pedi Bombs, Salt Cake Bombs.  Handmade Artisan Soap, Goat’s Milk Hand & Body Cream, Handmade Artisan Goat’s Milk Soap, as well as Handmade cards & Tags & Dog Safe Bath Bombs & Handmade Pet Pampering Products,

Every product is made by hand by Lynette & Alex. We do not outsource, use  machines, assembly lines or mass production. Quality is a high standard so most products are usually made to order to guarantee freshness.  

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Can be found here:

  • The Quilted bear
  • Bella Ella
  • Elle Bleu & Bella Curvy Stores
  • Provo Farmers Market
  • Sunset Farms Farmers Market
  • Dandelion Way Boutique

Reviews

I was given suggestions choosing what kind scents of shower steamers would suit my moods the best. The price was great. The product was high quality and the delivery to my home was wonderful.

Marianne Liddle,

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Olio Skin Care, Beard & Co.

Olio Natural Skin Care is headquartered in beautiful Utah. We offer natural skincare that real people can use every day. Do you wonder where to find a product that you can use all over your body? With no fear of hidden ingredients? Most cosmetics, lotions and body care products contain ingredients we wouldn’t dare consume. Don’t feed your largest organ anything you don’t want in your blood stream.

Oils, rich in vitamins and antioxidants, will soothe and heal your skin. Salts packed with over 60+ trace minerals will replenish what pollutants and outside elements strip. Your skin will begin to look and feel alive.

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Reviews

Best skincare products! Period. I used the body butter for the first time this morning and WOW! I need to buy a 5-gallon bucket of this stuff!

Amanda DeWolf,

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Absolutely love Olio’s Products! I use the skin oil daily, the salt soak weekly, and their essential oils are by far the best!

Jess Skriner,

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I tried the coffee scrub for the first time tonight and I already love it. The exfoliation was perfect- not too fine, not too chunky- and it left my skin soft.

Alysha Coleman,

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