Soap (and lotions) Made in Tahoe

October 12, 2019
    Made in Tahoe

Tahoe Mountain Soap Company was started by long-time locals, Dave Carr and Jan Carpenter, more than a dozen years ago in South Lake Tahoe.

Their handcrafted, all vegetable soaps are blended in South Lake Tahoe and made with pure Tahoe water.

Besides being locally made, the soaps contain no alcohol, artificial colors or preservatives. And, they’re highly addictive, especially when you lather up with their natural sponges.

Depending on the soap, a few include tiny particles of the natural ingredients to aid in exfoliation.  Lavender has tiny lavender buds, the honey citrus has cornmeal, and the peppermint has ground peppermint leaf. All of the eleven soaps contain palm oil, olive oil, coconut oil, and are fattened up with either sweet almond oil or apricot kernel oil, and laced with the finest fragrance oils.

Complementing the popular soaps, Tahoe Mountain Soap also makes lotions in their little operation on the south end of the lake.

To see and smell the full line of soaps and other products, look for Dave at the South Lake Tahoe Farmer’s Markets on Tuesday mornings  and other locations, or click here to order online.

Tahoe Mountain Soap Company
P.O. Box 13239
South Lake Tahoe, CA 96151

(530) 542-9475

  • Lavender: Made with the finest French Lavender essential oil. With lavender buds for texture
  • Honey Citrus Scrub: With sweet orange, lemon and lemongrass essential oils. Has cornmeal for exfoliating
  • Cinnamon: A warming blend of cinnamon and clove oils
  • Rosemary: Made with dried rosemary. An invigorating way to start the day
  • Peppermint: Refreshing and invigorating. With ground peppermint leaf.