Lavender Hills Body Balm Togwotee Foaming Hand Soap
Our Price: $15.00
Our Price: $5.00
Looking for scenic views on foot? Located near the town of Kelly, WY you'll find 120 million year old siltstone and sandstone rising up over 8,000 feet in elevation. In hues of purple and grey, this beauty is Lavender Hills of the Gros Ventre Mountains. Be on the lookout for Bighorn Sheep as it is one of their favorite spots to hang out.

Although you won't find fields of lavender growing here, you'll find the scent in our Lavender Hills Body Balm. With a touch of mint to put some pep in your step.

Take a hike! It's only 4.5 miles round trip.

Lavender Hills Body Balm contains Shea and Mango Butter and scented with Lavender and Peppermint Essential Oils. If you're looking for a moisturizer for your hands or all over body, then this is the balm for you. It provides intense moisture to skin, absorbs quickly and a little goes a long way.

Our Body Balms are packaged in a 3.5 ounce tin.


Pairs well with our Lavender Hills Bar Soap and Lavender Hills Foaming Hand Soap.
Imagine traveling in an area that can get as much as 50 feet of snow each year. Yep, 50 feet. In 1873, a subchief of Chief Washakie named Togwotee (pronounced toe-guh-tee) led Captain William Jones on a US Government exploratory expedition over what is known as Togwotee Pass. Wagons were able to travel the same route in 1898, but it wasn't until 1922 that roads were built for automobiles. People have been awestruck ever since.

Our Togwotee Foaming Hand Soap is like a handfull of fresh snow. Cool, refreshing and breathtaking...like Togwotee Pass.

Togwotee contains Apricot Kernel Oil and scented with Peppermint Essential Oil.

Comes in an 8 ounce foaming bottle.


Pairs well with our Togwotee Bar Soap.
Dr. Lillian's Facial Soap Whoa, Nellie
Our Price: $6.00
Our Price: $5.00
Wyoming is full of historic firsts. First state to allow women to vote in 1869, first National Park in 1872 (Yellowstone National Park) and first National Monument in 1906 (Devils Tower). Lillian Heath was the first woman to practice medicine in Wyoming and one of the first west of the Mississippi River, graduating in 1893 from the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Keokuk, IA. You go girl!

Her love of medicine was so strong, she would disguise herself as a boy so she could assist Doctors. She assisted with bullet wounds, amputations and helped Dr. Thomas Maghee in pioneering plastic surgery.

Dr. Lillian's Facial soap contains coconut and goat's milk that's been formulated for facial skin. Scented with Lavender and Tea Tree Essential Oil, it's a great addition to your morning routine (and no need to go under the knife).

Our bar soaps are packaged in an unbleached 100% cotton muslin bag.
Another first for Wyoming...Nellie Tayloe Ross became the first woman American Governor on January 5, 1925. She was elected to complete the term of her husband who had died in office, serving from 1925 to 1927. She is the only woman Governor of Wyoming.

If being Governor wasn't enough, she became appointed as Director of the US Mint by Franklin D. Roosevelt on May 3, 1933. She was the first woman to hold this position.

If you're a fan of Patchouli, you'll find yourself saying "Whoa, Nellie" with this soap. It's that good!

Whoa, Nellie contains goat's milk and scented with Orange and Patchouli Essential Oils.

Our bar soaps are packaged in an unbleached 100% cotton muslin bag.