Clover Garden Soaps: Lard and Lye Soap

Contributed by low-sal-life community member in: USA

Last Updated on December 5, 2023

Thoughts from Low-sal-life

I love using only lard or tallow soap to wash my hair and body. It's creamy, it cleans well, it doesn't over dry or strip your hair. Although sometimes - you have to wash twice (I've got hard water).

Details from company

Traditional lard and lye soap just how Grandma used to make it!
We do not use any alcohols, colorants, fragrances, whiteners ( such as titanium dioxide) or hardeners in any of our products. All soaps are hand made from scratch and are not made from "melt and pour" soap bases.

Due to the natural curing process, and lighting while the pictures were taken, the colors, and design of the soaps you receive may differ slightly from the photographs shown. All of our soaps are fragrance free, except from the natural fragrances of the herbs or flowers used in their manufacture.

Each bar weighs at least 3.5 ounces, although your bar may weigh up to 5 ounces. The average size of these bars is approx 4.0 ounces, and some larger cut bars weigh over 5 ounces. As I manually cut bars, size varies.


Lard, lye, distilled water

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Estimated salicylate level

No risk