NY State Apple Crisp Soap

We are in a New York State of mind this September, with our Apple Crisp soap! The organic apples we use come from our local Fishkill Farm. We like to use Gala apples as they maintain their integrity in the soap best. Apples provide extra vitamin...

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The SallyeAnder Grand Opening: Thank You!

The Hudson Valley community welcomed our business this weekend with open arms. We had the pleasure of meeting many locals, business owners and making new friends. The interior design by rStudio, of our Flagship was truly appreciated and praised throughout the entire day, especially our...

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Grand Opening Celebration!

On June 17th in Beacon, New York, over 300 Hudson Valley youth will participate in an event designed in part to raise awareness about natural healing properties of ingredients that can be cultivated right in their backyard. The event, which is hosted by SallyeAnder and...

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It’s Back! Eucalyptus Soap!

We have heard your cries to bring back our traditional Eucalyptus soap, which is why we proudly announce its return. Eucalyptus was one of our earliest soaps and has been used for centuries for an enormous amount of aliments. This cool bitter, yet pungent herb...

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Natural Skincare for Spring: The Green Soap Set

Natural skincare for Spring. To celebrate the season, all of our green soaps are on sale in this set. Milk and Mint, KRUDD Reserve, Evergreen, and No Bite Me Soap symbolize the transforming of blooming plants during the springtime budding. These 4 bars are perfect as gifts...

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Glowing Skin: 5 Amazing Skincare Ingredients

At SallyeAnder, the ingredients matter. Like many of our loyal customers, we like to understand the power and benefits of the ingredients that we use in our soaps, balms and creams. With that in mind, we've compiled an exhaustive glossary of skincare ingredients. As our product line...

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February Special: Rose Gold Six Pack + Rose Clay Mask

Organic Rose soap is one of our earliest soaps. Back in 1982 my father was growing organic roses in our backyard for my mother. Harvesting and growing roses organically is an extremely difficult challenge, they require constant supervision and grooming. Over the years though, my...

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Bayberry Candles: An American Tradition

When the first settlers arrived on our shores, every moment was one of survival. Everything was in short supply including candles. Generally candles were made of tallow (animal fat) which tend to smoke and give off an odor which can turn rancid as well. It...

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November: Rescue Me

Herschel, my youngest child, has eczema. His skin is extremely itchy especially in the folds of his skin, elbows, knees, and face. He is only 18 months but it bothers him tremendously as he is constantly itching his skin. I have to be super cautious with...

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