Artisan Bar Soap

By Taylor Street Soap Co.


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Artisan soap bars look as good as they smell (and feel). These bars are handmade in small batches in Chicago. They are made with a recipe designed to delight skin. Food-grade ingredients like olive, coconut, and avocado oil team up with tussah silk, oatmeal, and shea butter to leave skin feeling smooth and nourished. Paraben-, sulfate-, and phthalate-free.

  • Made in the USA: Chicago, IL
  • Ingredients: Olive oil, coconut oil, cocoa butter, avocado oil, castor oil, rice bran oil, shea butter, fragrance, silk fiber, oatmeal, mica. Scent descriptions below
  • Care: To prolong life of product, do not let soap sit in a puddle of water or sit under constant flow of water
  • Includes: One 4 oz bar of artisan soap
  • Instructions: Use water with soap to create lather and rinse clean. For use on hands & body
  • For extra moisture and luxury, the recipe includes tussah silk, colloidal oatmeal, and shea butter. Paraben-, sulfate-, phthalate- and palm oil-free.
  • Please note: Recommended for use on hands and body
  • Ages 10+
  • Dimensions: 3.25" x 2.7" x 1"
  • Weight: 0.25 lb
    Scent Information:
  • Black Raspberry Vanilla: A blend of blackberries and raspberries with notes of musk and vanilla
  • Black Tea & Tobacco: An intoxicating fragrance blend with tobacco leaf, bay leaf, and black tea
  • Lavender: Taylor Street uses French lavender essential oil in this scrub. It is bright with strong herbaceous floral scent and a woody, balsamic undertone
  • Island Cocktail: Smells like the fruitiest drink you could imagine. Close your eyes and you might think you are on a white, sandy beach in the islands
  • Rosemary Mint: Invigorating, fresh, and strong with natural rosemary and peppermint essential oils
  • Sandalwood Vanilla: A fragrance with musky notes of Hawaiian sandalwood and creamy vanilla
  • Seaside: Reminiscent of days by the water with salty marine and fresh rain notes
  • White Tea Ginger: Smells like an upscale spa fragrance with top notes of bergamot and lemon and lighter notes of ginger, nutmeg, and white floral

5 Reviews (4.2 out of 5 Grommets)

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Great scent

7/10/2019 by Lale

Tropical scent makes you get out of the shower and make a pina colada!


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2/24/2019 by Adriana

I bought the black raspberry bar. Smells divine, lathers up really nice & the best part is I don't feel the need to put on hand cream afterwards. I plan on trying all the scents!!More > < Less


She loved it

2/22/2019 by William

It was a valentines gift, and she loved the aroma.


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2/10/2019 by Adriana

I ordered the Black Raspberry Vanilla. Smells divine, lathers up really good, scent is not overpowering. Scent lingers just a bit after washing your hands. I didn't feel the need to put on hand lotion afterwards from dryness. I'll will be back for more. I want to try every scent!!More > < Less


Not what I expected

2/19/2019 by Joyce

This soap is quiete fragrant of the raspberry but you cannot smell vanilla in it. It doesn't lather at all and just not worth the money it cost. Extremely disappointed. I thought it would make for a nice relaxing bath and that it didn't do. I would not waste my money on it again.More > < Less

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About Taylor Street Soap Co.

Artisan Soaps

Baker-at-heart Rachel Wiandt of Taylor Street Soap Co. had dreams of mixing up cupcakes and cookies when she moved into a house with a second kitchen. The realities of running a bakery soon dampened that fire, so Rachel switched gears and began mixing up soaps instead—soaps that smell good enough to eat.

They’re all made in Chicago by hand and in small batches. Rachel’s whipped soaps look like frosting and some of them smell like it, too. It’s a fresh approach to soap that feels more like body butter—rich and creamy. Her bar soaps just plain feel special. They are colorful and fragrant and because each one is made by hand, each is a one-of-a-kind. They are packed with good-for-skin food-grade ingredients like olive, coconut, and avocado oil, shea butter, and oatmeal. Either sudsy way you go, Rachel’s handcrafted approach is a fresh take on washing up.