Here at Oil of Joy Apothecary, we are committed to the highest standards of excellence!
- We handcraft our products from scratch, using Organic ingredients.
- We create in small batches for quality purposes
- We NEVER use synthetic or chemical additives, fragrances, or colorings
- We do not test our products on animals
- We are family and owned and operated
- We support other small family run farms and businesses. Check out a few of our product suppliers below!
Neely Market Place, North Carolina
Neely Marketplace is a small family business, run by a family of 12. The Neelys love working together as a team - whether ministering through music or family conferences, photographing families and events, showing hospitality in their home, or launching new entrepreneurial endeavors ... of which there are many. Together they create quality products - including hand-poured candles and therapeutic packs.
Pleasant View Acres, Virginia
In the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia, in the shadow of the Blue Ridge Mountains, there's a plot of land on a grassy hill tucked away at the end a country road. Here you might find Hannah taking a walk, tending the vegetable gardens, plucking herbs for infusing into soap, creating photographs of the surrounding beauty, or back inside the homestead kitchen whipping up a batch of something new.
Hannah started making soaps in 2010, having been interested in natural health for several years. Shortly after, she began teaching classes on soap and selling at her local Farmer's Market and craft shows. Now as she handcrafts her soaps for more and more customers, her goal is to reflect the beauty and order of God's creation, while providing quality skin care.
Reformation Acres, Ohio
Quinn and her family love homesteading, living a simple life, and enjoying the benefits of growing their own food and raising their own animals. Together they handcraft pure, all-natural soaps using fresh ingredients from their farm. Unlike your typical soaps, Reformation Acres soaps are 100% palm oil free, and uniquely formulated to moisturize, cleanse, rejuvenate, restore, and bring healing to all types of skin conditions. Quinn uses homegrown herbs and vegetables, seeds, clays, essential oils, and fresh milk from their Jersey cows to make beautiful soaps that leave a lasting impression on your skin.
Little Seed Farm, Tennessee
"After one too many years of city living, we came to realize that our true dreams lie in our roots. In early 2012 we moved from life in NYC to our farm in rural Tennessee. Our mission is to provide humanely and sustainably produced skincare to our community, and to encourage other small businesses to embrace land stewardship and sustainable production. As we continue down the road we look forward to sharing our journey and reflecting on what we've learned thus far. We hope to inspire others to pursue their dreams." Co-Founders Eileen & James Ray
At Little Seed Farm we endeavor to create a business and farming model based on true sustainability. For us that means starting with a seed. We start with grass, forage, and botanical seeds that evolve into rich pastures and healing herbs. Our goats are the beneficiaries, happily grazing down the grass as they are rotationally grazed throughout the year.
Uwharrie Spa, North Carolina