Montana Farm Soap Ingredients


Lard benefits the skin because it is mild, moisturizing, and conditions very well, yielding a creamy, stable lather.

I use Snow Cap Lard, which is Hydrogenated Lard with BHT And BHA Added To Help Protect Flavor because this is used in cooking. Food manufacturers add butylated hydroxyanisole (BHA) and butylated hydroxytoluene (BHT) to help fats stay fresher longer. BHA and BHA are antioxidants


Big Spring water collected from a mineral-infused spring 1200 feet beneath the Big Snowy Mountains.


Soap made from scratch cannot be made without using lye (sodium hydroxide). Lye works as an emulsifier in soap making that allows oils/butters to mix with water to create soap.  This process is called saponification.

Olive Oil

Olive oil moisturizes the skin and creates creamy lather.

Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is super cleansing and produces large bubbles.

Sodium Lactate

This ingredients is used for help harden the soap and also draws moisture to the skin.

It's a liquid salt derived from the fermentation of sugars found in corn and beets.


The majority of colorant I use come from Mad Micas who scours the earth to bring the highest quality, ethically sourced premium mica available anywhere in the known universe!