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Canvas Soapstone Bowl Set

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Hand-carved by Haitian artisan cooperative. $46.00

From Canvas's excellent range of elegant, sustainably designed home objects comes this Soapstone Bowl Set crafted by an artisan collective in Haiti. Exquisite and functional, the bowls are part of the Aid to Artisans project, supporting sustainable development around the globe. ...read more

Juniper Myrrh Soap And Oil Combo

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From Hudson Made $48.50

Gift idea for the man with almost everything. Optimize his shaving routine with the dual power of your favorite soap and oil combo. Use the oil to soften the beard and the soap as a rich shaving lather. The Original White Beard & Shave Soap is lightly scented with essential oils of juniper needle, myrrh, petitgrain, cedarwood, and black pepper — perfect for a reviving and......read more

Father's Day: Big Sur Gift by Juniper Ridge

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For the chill Dad: Big Sur Trail Crew Soap and White Sage/Wild Mint Tea from Juniper Ridge $52.00

If your dad is the type who tucks his sweatshirt into pleated Dockers and yells at sports on TV, the Big Sur Gift pack from Juniper Ridge is probably not a great Father's Day gift. But for the more advanced dad, maybe one with slightly hippy tendencies, it could do just the trick. Juniper Ridge's signature "wildharvested" ingredients are well represented in the two-pack. The Big Sur Trail......read more

Natural Cork Soap Dish

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Non-absorbent cork makes a perfectly sustainable soap dish $12.00

The cool cork products keep rolling in. This soap dish from SHFT fave Schoolhouse Electric & Supply Co. makes sensible use of one of nature's most sustainable materials. Not only is it lightweight and durable, cork is also non-absorbent, so excess water drains right through the small holes. The Natural Cork Soap Dish is made in Portugal, where cork production is centered. Learn more......read more

Common Good Dish Soap

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Fill 'er up! Biodegradable soap in a refillable bottle. $4.99

Brooklyn's Common Good comes through with a biodegradable cleanser that'll have you feeling good when tackling the pile of dishes in your sink. Completely devoid of unnecessary phosphates, dyes, and ´╗┐fragrances, Common Good dish soap is powerful enough to rival any of the chemical-packed offerings on grocery store shelves. But the coolest part, for New Yorkers anyway, is that you can bring your......read more

Moksa Iceland Mint Body Bar

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Glacier-cool organic soap supports sea conservation. $6.50

Moksa Organics has its green game on lock. All Moksa products are certified organic, made without palm oil (a cheap oil that's one of the world's leading causes of deforestation), and packaged using recycled materials. The company itself is certified carbon neutral. Moksa's cool and crisp Iceland Mint Organic Body Bar is made from a list of natural healing ingredients that rejuvenate and......read more

Greasy Clean

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What to do with all the waste grease from a Mario Batali eatery? Make soap, of course. Further comes clean with grease.

Marshal Dostal has been scavenging waste grease from top restaurants around L.A. for over five years, then converting it to biodiesel to power his vintage Mercedes. But biodiesel distillation produces waste glycerin, and drums of it were accumulating in Dostal's garage. So Dostal and his wife decided to do something about it, crafting a glycerin-based handsoap under the name......read more

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