Jane Soap

The Soap That Started It All

Do you have sensitive skin? Do you try to avoid additives, scents, or harsh chemicals? Are you looking for a cruelty-free product? Then this is the soap for you! Jane Soap by Baltimore Bumble Crafts is a made from a unique blend of olive oil, coconut oil, soybean oil, water, and lye — that’s it!  Soap can’t get more simple than this!

This soap is the origin of my entire business.  My friend’s mother, Jane, began making soap when her children were little.  They all had sensitive skin and needed a truly gentle product to deal with their eczema.  Plain Jane Soap was passed on to me and I have maintained the original recipe with only a single addition: rosemary extract (a natural preservative).

Each bar weighs approximately 4.5 oz. and can be purchased through my store.

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Ingredients: saponified vegetable oils (organic soybean oil, organic coconut oil, organic olive oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide), rosemary extract (antioxidant)

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4 thoughts on “Jane Soap

  1. Awesome soap, I swap out the industrial soap for plain Jane, my hands feel much better and it keep my nail polish on longer. Also, a co-worker of mine liked it soo much he and his family use it as their everyday soap.

  2. I couldn’t agree more with Nola about how awesome this soap is! I suffer from eczema, which leaves me with patches of dry, red skin when something irritates it. Nearly all commercial products are loaded with some type of perfume or fragrance additive that breaks out my condition. Plain Jane soap is gentle enough to not irritate my skin but strong enough to get rid of all of my “man stink”, as my wife calls it. I would highly recommend this to anyone who wants a product that works with sensitive skin or doesn’t want an overpowering smell.

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