NEW and FEATURED
Bath Truffle$5.95 Select options
Loofah Soaps$5.95 Select options
Witch Hazel Toner$2.99 Add to cart
Cucumber & Aloe Serum Gel$7.95 Add to cart
Himalayan Salt Deodorant Spray 4.5 oz$4.95 Add to cart
Kumquat Bar Soap$5.95 Add to cart
English Rose Bar Soap$5.95 Add to cart
Black Raspberry Vanilla Bar Soap$5.95 Add to cart
Its more than just Soap...
VA Soaps and Scents began as a family project. It was a quest to discover the best way to make soap and it grew into a business we are proud to be a part of.
We use these products everyday in our own home. Our soaps and lotions have all been created out of our own needs and interests and are proudly presented here for you to enjoy with your family.
Richelle and Roy look forward to shipping you a big box of beautiful soaps and scents!
We are committed to creating excellent soaps and would love to share more about our products with you.
From Our Blog...
If you’re used to washing laundry with liquids or gels, this recipe is for you. You’ll spend just four cents per load of laundry! And there’s nothing quite as satisfying as doing it yourself. Basic 2-Gallon Liquid Laundry Soap Recipe Grate one Virginia Soaps & Scents Hogwash Bar. Add soap to 6 cups of water Read more about DIY Gel Laundry Soap for 4 Cents Per Load![…]
A Year’s Worth of Super Concentrated Powdered Laundry Soap for less than $25! You will need: (4) Virginia Soaps & Scents Hogwash Bars. (1) box of washing soda 3 lb. 7 oz. ( Arm & Hammer) (1) 4 lb. box of baking soda ( 5 lb. bags available at Sam’s Club) (1) container of Oxy-Clean Read more about Powdered Laundry Soap DIY – A Years Supply for under $25![…]
Our Conditioner Bar has been a customer favorite for a long time. It’s a long-lasting solid bar that works equally well as a rinse-out or a leave-in conditioner for your hair. But what if you want a cream or spray instead of a solid? What if you need a spray-in detangler? Here’s how to turn Read more about From Conditioner Bar to Cream, Spray, or Detangler![…]
Glycerin Soap? Most of us have heard transparent soaps referred to as “glycerin soap”. This is not really accurate as glycerin is a natural byproduct of all soap making. What is Transparent Soap? Transparent soaps must be made by hot processing or literally “cooking” the soap as opposed to our opaque bars which are made Read more about Transparent Soaps – Oily Skins Best Friend![…]
About our soap… Most of us have grown up calling the rectangular thing in the shower stall soap when most likely it’s not – it’s probably detergent. You see, during World War II the glycerin in fats was needed to make armaments. Women turned in their scrap cooking fats to support the war effort and Read more about The REAL Scoop On Soaps[…]