About Our Soap
Glynne’s all natural soaps leave skin soft and moisturized – either yours or your dog’s. Because of the proprietary production process used, these soaps retain a natural by-product of soap making – glycerin. “So what?” you say. Well, glycerin is a humectant. A humectant attracts moisture to the skin. Commercial soap manufacturers frequently remove glycerin from their soaps and use it in their more profitable lotion and cream lines. Not true for Glynne’s Soap, the glycerin remains delivering all of its skin- benefitting properties in each and every bar.
We know it is possible to make soap with any plant or animal oil or fat (including cheap oils and yes, even restaurant grease). But we won’t do it. Glynne’s Soaps chooses only the highest quality, pure oils when making soap. Using carefully selected ingredients, exclusively, ensures a quality product for our customers. We proudly proclaim we use no bulk-adding fillers in our skin essentials. Teaming up with Mother Nature means only the best all-natural products for you.
We make our soap in small batches, eight to fifteen bars at a time. Carefully cut by hand to about four-ounce bars, they are lovingly wrapped and tied with a string. Our packaging, our processes – they’re as natural as our soaps. Every bar we make gets our special attention and it shows.
How do we name our soaps?
We try out every new formula for our soaps, personally. Our friends test-drive them for us too. Once we decide it’s a doable formula, the naming process begins. There is no exact science behind naming the soaps, but it sure is fun. We free associate words describing the ambiance generated by the fragrance, the feeling when using the soap, the knowledge of essential oils and ingredients used in production. Eventually a front-runner emerges and the product has a name.