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Grandpa's Famous Soap Review [And Giveaway]


I am trying to get better about washing my face at night, and so when I had the chance to try out soap made by Grandpa's Famous I couldn't wait to get better about that habit. Best of all, my older brother had tried out their soap that you can also use as shampoo!

There's a few things that jump out at me as being pretty awesome about Grandpa's Brands. First of all, they seem to be most well known for their Pine Tar Soap, and according to their website, the very first recipe came out in the 1870s! How about THAT? Grandpa's Brands has been through a lot of changes, but they remain such good quality. I love that it is made in the USA.  AND they are GMO FREE! Some people don't mind GMO products, but I do, and so this was so nice for me to see.

My brother had the chance to review their Pine Tar Soap. "The pine tar soap is awesome!" My brother said. "It smells really nice." Plus you can use it for your hair and he says it makes his hair look shiny, clean, and thick. He highly recommended this.

Meanwhile, my mom and I both tried out the Shea Butter Soap. This worked so nicely on my face. I tend to have sensitive skin so anything that doesn't make me break out or make my skin flake is wonderful in my book. My mom also has extremely sensitive eyes and loved this soap to wash her face.

These soaps make for a wonderful gift (and you must buy some for yourself!). Make sure you like Grandpa's Brands on Facebook and shop by visiting their website.

Best of all, I am really excited that I get to giveaway an AMAZING prize to one lucky reader.


One very lucky reader will receive:

1 Signature Grandpa Tote Bag
6 Pine Tar Soap (4.25 oz)
2 Pine Tar Travel Size Soap (1.25 oz)
1 Exfoliating Soap Saver Pouch

Enter via rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends on 6/28.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

I received the above two soaps in exchange for my honest review.

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  1. in the 1870’s Jess Hoffman made the very first bar of Grandpa’s Pine Tar Soap

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  2. I learned that the first batch of soap was sold in 1878.
    nikilsend(at)outlook(dot)com

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  3. I learned it was first made in the state I live in, Ohio! They have been in business for 134 years. Wow!

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  4. I learned that they have been in business for over 130 years. To me, this is saying that they are a good product and i would love to try this.

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  5. I learn the soap is made out of all natural products

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  6. Learned that they've been in business for 130 years. Amazing!

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  7. Grandpa Soap has been around for nearly 140 years! My husband loves this soap. He won't use anything else for the shower.

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  8. Learned that the Pine Tar Soap is manufactured with pine tar oil created in a closed kiln process and always creosote free.

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  9. They have been around since 1878! Wow, I never knew that.

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  10. I learned that to this day the company still maintains Grandpa's fond respect for nature’s natural solutions, over 100 years later!

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  11. I learned they have been around for Over 130 years

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  12. I learned what a great company this is,to be around as long as they have,yet they continue to make such quality products without damaging nature in any way.thanks so much for sharing.

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  13. Thank You for the giveaway…Grandpa’s “Wonder” Pine Tar Soap has been manufactured and sold continuously since 1878!

    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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  14. I learned it was first made in Ohio.
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  15. I learned that grandpa brands have been around since 1878.

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  16. Thank you for posting this I have never heard of tar soap. but it looks like something I would like to try. thanks for shareing

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  17. I learned that the company has been going since the 1870s.

    email: cctdmt@gmail.com

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  18. It's one of the most informative websites I have been to, when you go to the Ingredients glossary it list everything and give a description of the item or process. No wonder they have been in business for over 130 years.

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  19. I learned that The base of all Grandpa's soaps are made from coconut and palm oils.
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    Ashley C

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  20. I learn that Jess Hoffman made his first bar of soap in Tipp City, Ohio.

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  21. Grandpa Brands Company obtains its pine tar oil via a closed kilned process. Grandpa’s Pine Tar is always Creosote-free.

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  22. The first bar was made in the 1870's

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  23. They are made in Ohio!
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  24. i learned they have been around for over 130 years

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  25. I learned that this soap was first made in the early 1870's.

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  26. I learned that Pine Tar Soap can be helpful with different skin issues. My family has some eczema issues so this would be something I would love to try to see if it was helpful. I was also excited that they do soap as well as deodorant.

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  27. I learned the soap is made out of all natural products

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  28. I learned that the famous Pine Tar Soap is manufactured with pine tar oil created in a closed kiln process and always creosote free.

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  29. I learned that it's been around since 1878

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  30. I learned that they have been in business for over 130 years.

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  31. I learned that their famous Pine Tar Soap is manufactured with pine tar oil created in a closed kiln process and always creosote free.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  32. All of their stuff is natural which is awesome !!!!

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  33. i learned that it is always creosote free

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  34. I learned that they make an Indian corn soap as well as other natural products

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  35. I learned that it has amazing restorative and cleansing benefits, high quality ingredients would definitely love to try and share my opinion with family and friends. Thank you so much for the chance. Good luck all.

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  36. I learned that most of their soaps are gluten free.
    Laurie Emerson
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  37. Over 130 years later, family and friends have come together to continue the tradition of Grandpa and maintain his fond respect for nature’s natural solutions. that is something i learned from the site

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  38. I learned the first bar was made in the 1870's on the family farm.

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  39. Been around for over 130 years!

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  40. Grandpa Brands Company takes pride in sourcing high quality ingredients for our products. Our famous Pine Tar Soap is manufactured with pine tar oil created in a closed kiln process and always creosote free.

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  41. well over 100 yrs old.....speaks well of the company

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  42. FYI, MY SECURITY IS BLOCKING A MALICIOUS VIRUS COMING FROM THIS SITE. YOU MIGHT WANT TO CHECK THIS OUT.....

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  43. All natural and been around 130 years wow!

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  44. I learned that they have been in business for 130 years!

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  45. The brand Grandpa's has been is business for 130 years, and uses pine tar in its recipes.

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