Have questions? We have answers, most of the time. Interested in becoming a retailer of our products? Wondering where you can find Chase Street Soaps? There are lots of ways to get your questions answered;
1. Browse through our website, we try to put as much info on here as possible concerning the general FAQ's (see list below)
2. Didn't find your answer here? Send us an email anytime at email@example.com
Frequently Asked Questions:
What is Chase Street soap made of?
Sugar and spice and everythi..wait. No. Our soaps are made in the cold process method and are comprised of olive oil, coconut oil, certified sustainable palm oil, water and sodium hydroxide (aka lye). All the soaps, the Basics, Salty Dogs, Filthy Mutt, start off with that base. From there we add mineral pigments for color, botanicals, exfoliates, and essential oils.
A bar of soap will last 14-18 months stored under the proper conditions (cool and dry). We don't recommend storing them in tightly wrapped plastic, but a closed container with some air space is fine.
Can you mix Basics and Salty Dog soaps in the 'Customer Choice' option?
Yes, mix away.
Do you ship internationally?
Absolutely. Our bars of soap have had the privilege of traveling to many countries world wide since we started in 2008. Please do be aware of your countries customs and requirements on foreign items, as some products or ingredients are not allowed.
Are Chase Street products safe for everyone?
The Dr. Nat Churall's Bites and Scratches Cure-All are not suitable for pregnant women due to the Rosemary Essential Oil used.
Do not use any CSSC products on cats.
We also recommend for anyone who takes medication, please consult your doctor before using any products containing essential oils.
Where can I find Chase Street products?
We sure do! If you have a retail location you would like to carry CSSC products in, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org Terms and conditions apply.
Does the color of the soap effect clothing/towels, tiles or shower basins?
If the soap is colored, the suds will turn that/those color(s) when using the soap. It will show up on towels and wash clothes as that color as well, but the colors are mineral based and completely water soluble so they will wash out in the bath water or in a regular laundry cycle. If you find the color has 'stained' your tiles and/or shower, well, to put it frankly, you need to scrub your shower. It's not staining the material itself, it's on the soap residue left behind, so, get the scrub brush.