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S.M.O.C. Skincare

"By far the best soap I've ever used. Natural ingredients, great scents and best of all—no palm oil!

"I feel great using a product that works well and is so environmentally friendly."

Kjell W., Indianapolis, IN
S.M.O.C. Skincare

"Love love love this soap. I was amazed at how my skin no longer needed moisturizer. The dryness was gone.

"And one bar lasted five weeks. That alone makes this soap one-of-a-kind. Because it's so rich and moisturizing, I even use it for shaving.

Kelly B., Beaverton, OR

"S.M.O.C. Skincare soap is delightful and surprisingly long lasting. The creaminess is unbelievable!

"Bathing with it is a sensual experience. Well worth the price!"

Ela Manuela, Juneau, AK

"My dermatologist says that to treat eczema, simple products work best.

S.M.O.C. unscented is the simplest soap I've found and most importantly, it doesn't aggravate my irritated skin as other brands do."

Theo S., Portland, OR

"S.M.O.C. soaps improved my skin moisture. I know they're feeding my skin with healthy ingredients.

What surprises me the most is how long the bars last! They cost less per use than typical soaps."

Greg P., Bend, OR

"This soap is amazing! First of all, it's good to know that all the ingredients come from a good source. Second, the soap feels incredibly soft and sensuous to lather on. And third, one bar lasts seemingly forever. I couldn't recommend it enough!"

Travis D., Portland, OR

Certified Organic and Sustainable

Sources

1. National Geographic, https://www.nationalgeographic.org/article/whopping-91-percent-plastic-isnt-recycled/

2. Monga Bay News, ‘Meaningless Certification’: Study makes the case against ‘sustainable’ palm oil, by Hans Nicholas Jong. August 5, 2020.

3. Journal of Science of the Total Environment, Vol 742, Nov 10, 2020, Certified “sustainable” palm oil took the place of endangered Bornean and Sumatran large mammals habitat and tropical forests in the last 30 years,  Roberto Cazzolla Gattia, Alena Velichevskaya.

4. Oil Palm and Biodiversity: A Situation Analysis by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature, Oil Palm Task Force, 2018, IUCN, Gland, Switzerland. Meijaard, E., Garcia-Ulloa, J.,Sheil, D., Wich, S.A., Carlson, K.M., Juffe-Bignoli, D., and Brooks, T.M.

5. Greenpeace, 5 Problems with ‘Sustainable’ Palm Oil. https://www.greenpeace.org.uk/news/5-problems-with-sustainable-palm-oil/

6. Harvard School of Public Health - Phthalates should be resticted or banned. https://www.hsph.harvard.edu/news/features/the-big-3-why-phthalates-should-be-restricted-or-banned-from-consumer-products/

7. Common weed killer glyphosate increases cancer risk by 41%, study says. https://www.cnn.com/2019/02/14/health/us-glyphosate-cancer-study-scli-intl8. ‘Disturbing’: weedkiller ingredient tied to cancer found in 80% of US urine samples https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2022/jul/09/weedkiller-glyphosate-cdc-study-urine-samples

8. Study Finds Exposure to Phthalates May Increase Children's Cancer Risk https://www.med.uvm.edu/uvmcancercenter/news/2022/03/16/uvm_cancer_center_research_phthalates