Soap is the shaman of the bath-and-body world, with its healing properties, its intimate access, and its frequent midnight chants from fog-drenched mountaintops. Cast a spell on skin with today's Groupon: for $12, you get $25 worth of in-store products from Rocky Mountain Soap Company. This Groupon is valid for redemption at Rocky Mountain Soap Company's Granville Street location only.
Rocky Mountain Soap uses 100% natural ingredients packed with healing and nurturing powers to hand-make its line of bath-and-body products. Rejuvenate worn-down skin skates with Rocky Mountain Soap's foot butter ($13.49), containing fir-needle essential oil, carrot-root extract, and Alberta beeswax, or Halloween your hands clean with the pumpkin-patch soap ($4.99), ideal for soothing rough skin while reducing itchiness. Rocky Mountain Soap's cold & flu bed & body mist ($12.49) harnesses a murderer's row of antibacterial essential oils to provide airbourne alleviation of sneezes and sniffles, and the blossom fresh deodorant ($7.99) keeps armpits as fresh and aromatic as the armpits of a wildflower. Other items include aromatherapy products, lotions, and lip butters.
Family owned and operated, Rocky Mountain Soap backs up its commitment to environmental goodness by using eco-efficient Bullfrog Power in its stores and biodegradable packing in its shipments. Soothe your own outer casing while protecting Mother Nature's skin with products from Rocky Mountain Soap.
Georgia Straight and Vitamin Daily both dig the Rocky Mountain Soap Company, and Chatelaine featured the Rocky Mountain foot butter on their survey of natural cosmetics. Five Yelpers give it five stars.
- Aloe vera, honey, and shea and mango butters go into Hand + Body Cream ($19.99 for 100 millilitres), which comes in three subtle scents, with my vote going to Alpine Air, perfumed with lemongrass and rosemary. – Angela Murrills, Georgia Straight
- It won’t make the boys less flakey, but isn’t soft, touchable skin the best revenge? – Vitamin Daily