Bathing Culture

Bathing Culture founders started making soap back in the summer of 2015, long days found them escaping their office jobs in downtown San Francisco, jumping on their bikes and racing the sunset across the Golden Gate Bridge into the rambling trails of the Marin Headlands. Streaked with mud and sweat, they’d joke we’d never be able to get clean.

As they surfed and climbed, soaked and sweated, their running dirty joke became an obsession. Returning home from their epic adventures, they found that run-of-the-mill body wash couldn’t hold up. It stripped their skin of moisture, was full of toxic synthetics, and smelled bad, or was watery and weak.

From the salty smell of sand dunes to the crisp mountain air, they do everything they can to connect people to the places where they play.

Working under the supervision of Mt Tamalpais, they made thousands of batches of soap before arriving at our Holy Grail. Bathing culture was created to serve people and planet first.