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Marble Soap in Hands

Hello beautiful people!

My name is Wendy and I am the founder & creator of Green Valley Soap. Why Green Valley Soap? The name for my soap studio is inspired from one of my favorite verses in the Bible. The book of Psalms 23:4 ~ “Even when I walk through the darkest valley, I will not be afraid, for you are close beside me. Your rod and staff protect and comfort me." I have leaned on this verse through many seasons in my life and it reflects how I have had to trust Jesus to give me the courage and the means to be able to pursue my dream of one day owning and running a little soap studio. It also just happens to be the street name of where our home resides, " Green Valley Road".  It just was meant to be!


Through His amazing creation, God has put before us all that our bodies need to endure a healthy life. This is why I believe in using ingredients that are sustainably sourced, natural and organic, that come from the earth and were created by His hands. Truly natural and organic are the ingredients I use in the products I create for my customers. I saw a need for organic skincare products back when my children were babies. I realized certain products were irritating their skin making it dry, flaky and itchy and after much research and a lot of kitchen chemistry, I started creating my own handcrafted soaps and skincare products for my family to use. The results we experienced from using them were exactly what we needed and amazing to say the least.  It was then that I realized I couldn’t just keep them to myself…I have to share them with others. With my faith & trust in Jesus, knowing He is walking with me through the valley and will protect, comfort and provide, I took a leap of faith and Green Valley Soap was born.

What We Believe

When you care about your products and the ingredients that goes in them, the people that use them feel and notice the difference!  We hope you love our products as much as we do!

May Grace and Peace be with you always!


Wendy Renfroe


Image by Katherine Hanlon
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