Whipped Soap

By Taylor Street Soap Co.


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Whipped soap is a delicious-smelling way to get clean. The jarred soap looks like frosting (no eating, please) and feels like a body butter on skin—rich and creamy. Go for a dessert-inspired scent or try one with a crisp, fresh fragrance. Handmade in small batches in Chicago. Paraben-free and vegan.

  • Made in the USA: Chicago, IL
  • Ingredients: Water, glycerin, sodium cocoyl isethionate, sorbitol, disodium lauryl sulfosuccinate, sodium chloride, tetrasodium EDTA, fragrance, mica. Scent descriptions below
  • Care: To preserve product, do not let jar fill with water
  • Includes: One 6 oz. jar of whipped soap
  • Instructions: Scoop out a nickel-sized amount and apply with a shower pouf or washcloth
  • Great alternative to liquid shower gel
  • Creates a rich lather while cleansing and moisturizing skin
  • Paraben-free and vegan
  • Jar is recyclable
  • Please note: For external use only. Not edible. Recommended for use on hands and body
  • Ages 10 and up
  • Dimensions: 3.1" x 2.87" diameter
  • Weight: 0.375 lb.
    Scent Information:
  • Seaside: Reminiscent of days by the water with salty marine and fresh rain notes
  • Lavender: Taylor Street uses French lavender essential oil in this scrub. It is bright with strong herbaceous floral scent and a woody, balsamic undertone
  • Lemon Mint: A blend of lemon and peppermint essential oils. It's bright and refreshing for those cold, sleepy mornings
  • 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
  • Birthday Cake: Smells like sweet vanilla cake with colorful jojoba bead "sprinkles" for extra fun
  • Cherry Almond: A luscious combination of cherries and almond
  • Vanilla: A warm scent that smells just like a bottle of vanilla extract or freshly baked cookies
  • Coconut Cabana: Will take you away to a warm beach with palm trees and sand between your toes

5 Reviews (3 out of 5 Grommets)

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This soap smells so delicious I wish I could eat it - but I’ll hold myself back. I do wish it were more whipped. Both tubs I bought are more on the solid side. None-the-less I would buy it again.More > < Less


Creamy bath soap


I tried the Taylor Street whipped soap in Cherry Almond. It is creamy and has a wonderful scent. Nice alternative to the usual bath wash.


for my girls


my daughters tell me that they are very pleased with the soap and that it is gentle and seems to be cleaning their teenage faces well.




I ordered 3 of these soaps (one as a gift). The two I kept for myself were so hard that I have to dig the soap out in chunks so it doesn't go on like butter. I left the protective seal on until I was ready to use. I started using one of them the day I received them. I was so startled by the consistency that I opened the other one. Same thing. I will not be giving the third one as a gift now, I would be embarrassed. I will doggedly go through these because I hate wasting money.More > < Less


Not great


When I hear "whipped" I expect a soft, easy to spread texture. You need a tool to "scoop out" this product. And it's hards hard to spread on your skin. They did nail the Jergens cherry almond scent, though.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.