Maintain Your Cleansing Ritual on the Road with Hand–cut, Made–in–Canada Soaps

A brown, grainy bar of soap by Woodlot
  1. Woodlot  Influenced by Mediterranean traditions but made in Vancouver, these olive–, coconut– and avocado–oil–based bars ($10) are air–cured for six weeks.

September 25, 2019
Pink soap block in the shape of a pyramid by Salt & Stone
  1. Salt & Stone Soap Company This west–coast company has raised the bar: Ingredients like activated bamboo charcoal and black–lava sea salt are infused into pyramid–shaped soaps ($16), then topped with crystals.

Pink bars of soap by Apprenti Ôr’ganik sit on marble coasters
  1. Apprenti Ôr’ganik The daily cleansers ($12) from this Montreal skincare brand are infused with nourishing ingredients like echinacea and vitamin E.

Two grey rectangular bars of marble soap by Binu Binu
  1. Binu Binu Inspired by the practice of the Korean public bath, this Toronto soap house makes modern bars (from US$18) with a base of boricha, Korea’s beloved roasted barley tea.

An assortment of soap bars, in and out of box from the Tofino Soap Company
  1. Tofino Soap Company These cubes ($11) will transport you to Vancouver Island: Surf cleanses with sea salt and seaweed, while the Woods takes you into the coastal rain–forest with spruce, cedar and balsam.

A black bar of soap called Dawson City with it's colourful packaging by Anto Yukon
  1. Anto Yukon With names like Dawson City and Miles Canyon, plus locally gathered elements, including glacial silt, there’s a lot of the Yukon in these suds ($10). 

Soap Containers

Tin soap carrying case

Travel Soap Case, US$15, Wild Minimalist

A mesh black and orange soap carrying case

Duke Cannon Supply Co. Tactical Soap on a Rope, $20, Fendrihan

A black waterproof pouch for soap

Matador FlatPak Soap Bar Case, $17, MEC