Leaves crinkling under your feet, the smell of campfires, and the feel of a cool Autumn day is a hallmark sign that Fall is upon us. Everywhere you look you’re likely to find somebody wearing flannel and leaves falling to the cool ground below. It’s hard to capture those all too familiar smells, but Badger Creek handmade soaps have brought those smells into the homes of many. Here are a few of our favorite handmade fall soaps that might seem like they were made for this time of the year.

Golden Amber

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Our Golden Amber soap has to be mentioned when talking about soap synonymous with Fall. This handmade soap doesn’t have an overpowering scent. This makes it the perfect go-to for those sensitive to strong smells. Even though it’s one of our gentler scents, it still sticks around so you can continue to enjoy it throughout the day.

This soap is full of nourishing and moisturizing vitamins that can help keep your skin soft and hydrated. Golden Amber also contains olive oil, making it perfect for those in need of an anti-inflammatory soap. Along with the nourishing shea butter and vitamins, this soap contains coconut oil. Coconut oil helps ensure soft and smooth skin with every use. If you can’t get enough of this light and subtle scent, you can also find our Golden Amber Goat’s Milk Lotion!

Harvest Moon

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There isn’t a soap that says Fall more than our Harvest Moon scent. The crisp cool air, the smell of cinnamon, and the warming smell of cloves capture the smells that can take you back to fall year-round. Not only is the smell amazing, but it also has a long list of topical benefits as well.

This soap has a perfect combination of olive oil, coconut oil, and shea butter. This hand-crafted soap gives you an anti-aging, hydrating, and nourishing soap. These ingredients create a soap that can help improve eczema, psoriasis, rashes, and dry skin. Our Harvest Moon scent is also available in our Chameleon Spray. You can make your house and much more smell like Fall!


Valhalla handmade soap

Although this soap boasts a smell that can help you picture the most noble Norseman, we can’t avoid the rich pine forest and cinnamon scent of Valhalla when talking about Fall. This outdoor woodsy scent and the seasonal smell of cinnamon are the perfect combination to bring the crisp outdoor feel of Fall into your home.

Like a lot of our soaps, this vegan and eco-friendly soap is the perfect marriage of hydrating and skin-smoothing properties that can help skin look young and refreshed. This earthy soap can keep your skin soft and conditioned.

Valhalla can also be found in our Goat’s Milk lotion and Chameleon Spray.

Cabernet Sauvignon

cabernet sauvignon fall soaps

Wine isn’t always what comes to mind when thinking about fall, but the Cabernet Sauvignon Soap will remind you of the mulled wine of Fall. The warmed wine, the rich taste, and the smell of fruit will ensure you’re reminded of one of the less obvious scents of fall. The Shae butter we use in our soaps have natural vitamin A, E, and F. These vitamins combined with some of our most beneficial oils can keep your skin soft with a natural glow. The rich ingredients we use in our soaps are sure to stay with you throughout the day. Our Cabernet Sauvignon soap will have people asking “Where do I get a glass of mulled wine?”

This beautiful scent can also be found in our lip balm!

Other Fall Soaps and Products

All of our hand-crafted soaps use carefully selected ingredients to create the best experience for your skin and your senses. Although this is our top list of fall soaps, these scents can be used year-round to bring back those cherished autumn memories or just keep your house smelling warm and inviting.

Do you have a different idea about fall? The wooded and natural scent of our Earthy Soaps is bound to have something that will make you think about that special time of year.

A lot of our soaps also come in our other products. Find your favorite scents in Goat’s Milk lotions, room sprays, and shampoo bars.

Fall for our soaps today!

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