Soap Making in the Ottawa Valley

APRIL 2017

All Opeongo Soaps have
no castoreum,  no phthalates, no alcohol,  no formaldehyde, no sulphates.

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Opeongo Soaps

16 Schavens Lake Road, R.R.4 Eganville, Ontario Canada, K0J 1T0
Tel: 613-754-2955

Colourful bar of soap with Opeongo Mountain Meadow label tag

Inspired by nature, our handcrafted soaps are a soothing way to keep your skin healthy, clean and beautiful.


  • goat's milk soaps
  • rainwater soaps

My first soap that I labelled was Patchouli 'Spirit of the 60's' a colourful bar with an aroma of Patchouli. Those who like it love it. 
The sign at our farm gate
All our handcrafted skin care products are produced on our farm.
We use our goat's milk or rainwater to reduce the mineral content and achieve a proper pH balance. Therefore, our products are friendly to your skin as well as the environment. 
Our goal is to create luxury soaps of the highest quality for an affordable price.

Display of Green Tea soap with yellow teapot and mug

Our products make an attractive and appreciated gift for any occasion. They captivate the eye, delight the nose and clean, stimulate and pamper your skin! Like a good bottle of wine or a box of fine chocolates, our luxury soap is sure to be appreciated by that special someone.


Opeongo (say o-pee-ON-go) is from the Algonquin word opeauwingauk meaning "sandy narrows". The Opeongo Road is a heritage road leading to Algonquin Park in Ontario, Canada
Opeongo Soaps are
  • Biodegradable
  • 100% Vegetable Based
  • Not Tested on Animals
Two curious goats


The base for all our soaps is 100% vegetable shortening (soya oil). We use sodium hydroxide to solidify the soap (for a cold process soap) and add olive oil,  and castor oil to pamper and soften the skin.

Our traditional process ensures that one third of the oil is converted into natural glycerin, a deep, soothing moisturizer.Some of our soaps are made with 35% goat's milk, from our own goats and the others with rainwater.

Picture of rain barrel