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“Thousands of tired, nerve-shaken, over-civilized people are beginning to find out going to the mountains is going home; that wilderness is a necessity.” - John Muir
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Outlaw Soaps are handmade in Colfax, California by Mr. Russell Vincent, our co-owner, co-founder, and all around badass.
We taught ourselves how to make soap, and since those early days (in 2013), we have developed many time-honed techniques that enable us to make larger batches of the finest handcrafted soaps around, in terms of composition, scent, and artistry.
All our soaps are made with a natural combination of oils (avocado, coconut, olive, and castor) and are free from chemical hardeners (so be sure to keep your handmade soaps out of standing water). We are 100% against animal testing (our dogs are woefully unbathed) and our soaps are vegan (our colognes and lip balms contain beeswax).
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The Great Location Saga: The Outlaws officially land in our new location
Posted on September 08 2017
I'm very pleased to report that we signed the lease on our new production facility building!
It has been a real journey, and I know the journey isn't anywhere near over, but it feels like a big step and a lot of worry is beginning to clear like clouds over our heads.
Christmas is our biggest season, and unfortunately this drama started in the middle of us ramping up our production for Christmas.
Made in the USA, part 3
Posted on September 01 2017
- We are based in a very small town that was hit hard by The Recession (Colfax, California).
- The money from our business supports local economic recovery, since we are hiring local people and spending at local businesses.
- Because of some complications of "manufacturing" in the historic district, our future in Colfax has been uncertain.
- In the interest of letting you know your impact in the world, I figured you might be interested in the developments of our business in the rural city.
After a lot of deliberation, we have decided to try to keep our business in Colfax, while also moving our production to a more industrial area in a nearby town, Grass Valley, California.
Colfax, California: how things are going in our small town
Posted on August 28 2017
Because this struck such a nerve, I didn't want to leave you hanging about the outcome of this situation. I was at the City Council meeting last week, and I will likely attend all future City Council meetings until the end of the line.
The fact is that we're still kind of hanging in terms of the outcome of the situation. I have no real news or updates. I'm hoping no gnus is good gnus in this case.