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Since I discovered a few Rocky Mountain Soap Company products several years ago, I’ve been really impressed with the company’s commitment to toxin-free body care. Awhile back they started to be even more stringent with their ingredients lists, and are now starting to apply their eco-conscious, toxin-free philsophy to their physical retail stores. I got to hear from co-owner Karina Birch herself about how they created the redone Southgate Centre location with all reused, reclaimed, recyclable and compostable materials, all down to the adhesives and signage.

I love this chandelier made with repurposed glass bottles that hangs over the cash register!rocky-mountain-lights-juicygreenmom

There are little signs around the store explaining about the source of materials.

“The stains and paints we used in this store contain no VOCs.”

“All shelving is made out of reclaimed barn-wood and old cedar decking.”

“All the signage was made from reclaimed cedar or bamboo.”

“This tile backsplash is made from recycled glass.”
rocky-mountain-signs-juicygreenmomrocky-mountain-body-butter-juicygreenmomrocky-mountain-display-juicygreenmom Even the shopping baskets are wicker and fabric – no plastic baskets here!rocky-mountain-baskets-juicygreenmom rocky-mountain-light-fixtures-juicygreenmom rocky-mountain-sinks-juicygreenmom I love that you can see the big slabs of soaps stored underneath.soaps-juicygreenmom

You can join Rocky Mountain Soap Company’s toxin-FREE movement by signing up for their mailing list – and find out about exclusive Toxin-FREE FREE days where they give away FREE products during the year!

(Disclosure: No compensation was received for this post. All opinions expressed are my own.)