Rocky Mountain Soap Company at Southgate: a truly Toxin-FREE store

Rocky Mountain Soap Company at southgate a truly toxin free store juicygreenmom

Since I discovered a few Rocky Mountain Soap Company products┬áseveral 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.

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I love this chandelier made with repurposed glass bottles that hangs over the cash register!

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

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“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.”

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“This tile backsplash is made from recycled glass.”

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Even the shopping baskets are wicker and fabric – no plastic baskets here!

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I love that you can see the big slabs of soaps stored underneath.

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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!

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

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    • I’ve heard some iffy things about ingredients with Lush as well, which makes sense to me because I do find the fragrances there irritating. Not so with Rocky Mountain Soap Company. Maybe you will need to start one! ­čÖé

  1. I adore Rocky Mountain Soap Co., too. I wish I could visit their stores but they’re not in Toronto yet. I love how there are completely dedicated to their toxic-free movement. I spoke with their marketing team over the winter and they told me they even had a worm compost in the staff room kitchen! That’s dedication!

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