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We live, work and play in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. So respect for nature and wildlife is part of our DNA. We are extremely selective about the ingredients we use in our products to ensure they are natural, toxin-free and safe for your family and our environment. Our Red List are ingredients you will never find in our products. Our Green List is a collection of our top 21 go-to ingredients to bring you the best bath and beauty products that are all natural and when possible, organic.

Our packaging is responsibly-sourced, using recycled and/or recyclable materials whenever possible. On our labels, you may find some of these icons that tell you a bit more about each product, so we here’s a glossary to explain what they mean:

not tested on animals

You will find this icon on every Rocky product. Our products are imagined at the Workshop and tested on Rocky owners and staff before they hit the shelves. They are never, ever tested on animals. Not only do we not test on animals, but our products will not harm natural habitats or aquatic life when they go down the drain and out into the environment.


When you see this icon, it means the product is 100% vegan, meaning it is free of animal or animal-derived products. Since some of our products contain goat’s milk, honey or beeswax, they would not have a vegan symbol but are still considered vegetarian. All of our products are vegetarian, some are vegan.


As part of our commitment to our Green List, all of our products are GMO-free.

made in canada

Made in Canada and proud of it! When you buy Rocky Mountain Soap Co, you’re supporting a local business born and bred in Canmore, Alberta. Our products are made by hand in our eco-friendly workshop. Our home, surrounded by nature, inspires everything we do.

months good for

These symbols indicate the period after opening that the product is good for: 6M means 6 months, 12M means 12 months. In general, our products are good from 1 year of opening or 2 years unopened. Beyond that, it depends on how you are storing it, the heat and humidity of the environment it’s in, as well as which essential oils were used because some go rancid or lose scent faster than others.