Duane and Nancy, from Nature’s Best Soaps, live in Idaho. They are famous for their novelty Potato Soap called Spud Soap and, of course, the unique idea is selling all over Idaho. I even picked up a spud bar at the Boise airport a few years ago. It was thrilling to randomly see their soap in the airport and I’ll admit to a bit of maternal pride when I bought the soap.
The infamous and custom spud molds.Fresh out of the mold. The final products- aren’t they “spud-tacular”? Duane and Nancy’s number one selling Spud Soap is made with real potato that is soothing to the skin, molded into the shape of a potato and has actual “eyes”.
A note from Duane and Nancy:“After finally tweaking our recipe by reducing some of the Crisco and replacing it with the Palm Kernel Oil, we have achieved a soap that pops out of the mold with very little cleanup needed. We also have increased the temperatures from 120 to 140 degrees. That has helped to stabilize the purple color in our huckleberry spud soaps. We appreciate the time everyone took to give us suggestions and opinions as to what to try.”
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