5 Bar Soaps That You’ll Love!

Do you love bar soaps as much as I do? Well, you’ve come to the right place. Here’s a roundup of some of my favorites. I think they might become your favorites, too!

bars of good soap on black background

Good Soap by Alaffia

These bars of soap are triple-milled, biodegradable, and cruelty-free. At $2.00 USD a bar, Good Soap has an undeniably ethical mission: according to their website, 100% of proceeds support families and communities around the world, with 63% going towards corporate social responsibility and 21% towards fair trade raw materials. What’s not to love?

A detailed review of Good Soap by Alaffia.

Price: $2.00 USD

Organic Bath Co bar soaps scatted about

The Organic Bath Co.

Handcrafted in Boston, Organic Bath Co. formulates its soaps with the finest, cleanest ingredients. This black-owned company sources its ingredients from an ethical supply chain, and they’re certified organic, fair-, and/or direct trade. Their scents are delectable, too!

A detailed review of Organic Bath Co. soap.

Price: $8.00 USD

Pacha Soap Co.

This company’s display of soap is probably my favorite thing about Whole Foods (and that’s saying a lot!). Pacha Soap Co.’s bars smell great, feel dense, and lather beautifully. And bonus — your purchase supports clean water initiatives and sustainable ventures in developing nations.

A detailed review of Pacha Soap Co. bar soap.

Price: $6.00 USD

three bar soaps in pink, gray, and cream on a dark background

Rose and Water

Rose and Water is a WOC-owned, cruelty-free business with a commitment to sustainability; the majority of Rose and Water packaging is reusable, recyclable, or compostable! These soaps are creamy, lather surprisingly well, and leave you feeling clean.

A detailed review of Rose and Water bar soap.

Price: $8.00 USD

Wild Lather triangular soap stacked on a black background

Wild Lather

Lovingly made by hand, every batch of soap uses five organic plant oils: coconut oil, olive oil shea butter, camellia, and castor. After saponification, Wild Lather incorporates clays and botanicals. Each batch is then finished off with a blend of steam distilled essential oils and allowed to air-cure for a month. This super gentle bar soap is as effective as it is adorable!

A detailed review of Wild Lather bar soap.

Price: $12.00 USD

Did you spot any favorites or newbies on this list? Do you have favorite bar soaps? Share below!

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  • Rachel
    July 22, 2020 at 3:19 pm

    I don’t know what rock I’ve been stuck under, but I recently started buying Alaffia products for my toddler. Their shampoo and bubble bath have been a big hit with her. I have a huge sensitivity to synthetic fragrance, so it’s awesome that these products work for the both of us!

    • Mocha Minimalist
      July 22, 2020 at 4:57 pm

      Aren’t their products amazing? It’s so great that they work for your baby girl, too. I love how affordable they are, and if that wasn’t enough, their mission to alleviate poverty and empower women has me a loyal customer for life. If you like Alaffia, you might like Eugenia Shea, too! Thanks for taking the time to read and comment, Rachel!


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