News – Shore Soap Co.
  • New Product: l'ocean paddle

    Introducing the L’Ocean Paddle, a simple yet sophisticated device that allows you to reach into small bottles and get to the end of your products. Whether you need to use the end of your lotion or simply want to transfer some into a container, the L’Ocean Paddle is your go-to accessory.

    The materials used are eco-friendly and the assembly of the product is done through a partnership with the Fogarty Center in Rhode Island that helps people of all abilities find meaningful employment.

    View Here.

    Posted by Jake Kopper
  • It Keeps Getting Better

    Well designed packaging and high quality products have always been important to us at Shore Soap Co. In an effort to continually improve, we’ve designed our new candle boxes to better fit our dual-purpose tumbler glasses. They not only look sleek and refined, but also dramatically reduce shipping costs by cutting out excess space. They are made with FSC paper which means it is certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and has been sourced in an environmentally friendly, socially responsible, and economically viable manner. We also worked to source better soy wax so you can look forward to stronger scent throw and a more even burn!

    Something else we’ve been working on is our new signature scent, “Pacific” - an invigorating and seductive blend much like the ocean it’s named after. Top notes of meyer lemon and dry amber, mid notes of white jasmine, and sweet lavender, with a smooth vanilla ambrette base.

    More new and exciting things coming to our shelves this Spring, stay tuned.

    Posted by Brandi White
  • Fan Favorite: Soap Net

    If you're a regular user of natural, handcrafted soaps you know the one downside is if left sitting in water they can become soft and dissolve quickly. That's where soap nets come in - they provide gentle exfoliation, lots of lather, and a storage solution that preserves your soap! The stretchy loop ensures you never drop the soap and can be used to hang the bar up when you are finished. This allows the soap to dry in between uses, greatly extending the life.

    Posted by Brandi White
  • 4 Ways to Keep it Smooth!

    The crisp air has already started to take it’s toll on many New Englander’s skin and they’re looking for any way to keep it soft this season. Luckily we have four different types of moisturizer to choose from at Shore Soap Company! From a classic Hand & Body Lotion to a current favorite, Body Oil, there are a variety of ways to take care of your skin during the cooler months.


    Our Hand & Body Lotion is a great choice if you prefer something light that completely absorbs into your skin but leaves you feeling velvety. Based with aloe leaf juice and avocado oil. It's also easy to use in a sturdy glass bottle with a pump.

    If you prefer the feeling of a soft, protective layer left on your skin, our Body Butter is one of the smoothest. A four butter blend - shea, mango, cocoa, and kokum (pronounced coke-um) - it has everything you need to hydrate, soothe, and protect your skin.

    One of our more unique products is the Moisturizer Stick, a concentrated moisturizer packaged like a deodorant. You simply rub on and rub in. It’s great for knees, elbows, and other dry areas. Based with sweet almond oil and shea butter, this portable stick is a customer favorite.

    And for those who like to keep it simple, our Body Oil has all the moisture with only three ingredients - avocado oil, jojoba oil, and rosehip oil. Many different oils have become popular for skincare and these are three of the best. Quick tip: apply the oil after a shower before you dry off, then pat dry.

    Posted by Brandi White
  • Quick Tip: Beachy Waves

    Sea Spray

    A quick tip to hang on to the summer vibes with beachy hair - lightly spray your hair with our Texturizing Sea Spray, scrunch, and then twist into a bun. Leave for 5 - 10 minutes then release. Leaves your hair texturized, beachy, and smelling like a rush of cool salty air on a warm sunny day.

    Posted by Brandi White