- Thinking of You
- September Soap of the Month - Apple
- August Soap of the Month - Sea Oats
- July Soap of the Month – Cucumber Melon
- Summer – Time for Jewelweed Soap!
- June Soap of the Month-Oatmeal Stout beer & goat milk soap!
- Goat Milk Soap - It’s all about the goat milk and LOVE!
- May Soap of the Month – Lavender
- Introducing Personal Goat Milk Soap To Go
- Siehe, Ziegenmilch Soleseife! Introducing Goat Milk Brine Soap
- When One Door Closes, A New One Opens
- "Mrs. Pretty" - The Aussie Who Inspired Our Dog Shampoo Bar
- Welcome Great Pumpkin!
- Featured Artist - Art of Fire Contemporary Glass Studio
- Care for Your Complexion with Wild Carrot & Tomato Goat Milk Soaps
- Benefits of Using Genuine Dragon's Blood for Skin Care
- The Old Colony Co. Grand Opening Event, Sat. Oct 6, 2012
- Visit Our New Store in Downtown Frederick!
- Featured Artist - Michael McIntyre, Fire Robin Farm Pottery
- The Old Colony Co. Store, Opening in August 2012
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June is summer! Father’s Day and Baseball! Hot Dogs, Cracker Jacks and BEER!
Two great things that go great together: beer and goat milk create the ultimate skin conditioner. Beer contains ingredients that are beneficial to your skin and hair. Ingredients such as hops and yeast contain various anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory compounds that may provide numerous benefits including relief from skin ailments and strengthening hair follicles. Beer's properties along with goat milk's numerous moisturizing and rejuvenating benefits makes this Oatmeal Stout perfect for all skin and hair types.
Soleseife - or seaman’s brine water soap - is a traditional German soap recipe that dissolves sea salt and water. Our unique take on this popular European spa soap is to create the brine using milk rather than water, deeply cleansing and moisturizing your skin leaving it silky smooth.
Soap production at our Middletown facility is bursting at the seams. To better accommodate local and national demand for our handmade goat milk soaps and natural skin care products, we have closed our downtown Frederick store as of May 24, 2015 so we can devote our efforts to soap production and online retail.
Everything has a backstory or source of inspiration. Soaps are no exception. The most notable backstory belongs to our dog shampoo bar - Mrs. Pretty's Pretty Bar. This is the story of how our Aussie inspires us to create the best all-natural soap for our canine friends and yours.
Do you believe in the Great Pumpkin? No? Let us convince you. Read about this great American symbol of the autumn harvest and holidays, and how we are showing our appreciation through this years line of pumpkin themed products.
The Old Colony Company is delighted to be featuring exclusive works from Art of Fire Contemporary Glass Studio in our downtown Frederick and online stores. Learn about these talented local artists and how we are working with them to bring you unique contemporary, handblown glass candles and objets d'art.
Our new Wild Carrot and Tomato goat milk soaps smell great and are therapeutic too! We designed these handcrafted soaps to improve complexion for specific skin types: Wild Carrot for mature, aging skin, and Tomato for oily and acne-prone skin.
New for Fall/Winter 2012 - healing and rejuvenating Dragon's Blood goat milk soap and lotion bars. Learn about the proven benefits of genuine Dragon's Blood, a bright red resin from the Sangre de Drago tree native to South American rainforests
On August 11th, we quietly opened the doors to our new retail store in downtown Frederick at 113 East Patrick Street [Map It]. We are thrilled to be part of the vibrant downtown community, and look forward to bringing Frederick our handcrafted bath and body products as well was home goods from local and regional artists.
The Old Colony Company is delighted to offer exclusive work of Hagerstown, Maryland area artist, Michael McIntyre of Fire Robin Farm Pottery.
We are delighted to announce the opening of our first retail store in historic downtown Frederick, Maryland in August 2012! The store will be located at 113 East Patrick Street, and will feature an expanding line of goat milk bath products, felted soaps, goat milk body lotions, and men's grooming supplies. We will also be introducing Old Colony Home, a line of exclusive home goods created by local and regional artists.
Through the spring, summer and fall, we will be offering our products at premiere markets in our area. If you live in or are visiting the Washington DC or Baltimore areas, come visit us at the following venues in April and May ...
Despite the urge to soak up the January sunshine, we kept ourselves very busy over the balmy Maryland winter. We are very excited to bring two brand new product lines this spring to our online store: artisan felted goat milk soap and eco-friendly bath accessories. We are also delighted to offer several new goat milk soap scents that are as inspired by folklore and historical traditions as by springs blooms and blossoms.
Come visit our booth at the Maryland Home & Garden Show, March 3-4 and 9-11 at the State Fairgrounds in Timonium. Find out how to win free VIP ticktes and learn about new, handmade products we will be premiering at the show.
On Christmas Eve 2010, my friend Jan introduced me to the ancient art of felting. That afternoon craft project turned into full-blow obsession, resulting in Woolly Bullies, our new line of felted goat milk soaps. We began offering Woolly Bullies at art and craft shows last fall. The response from our customers has been overwhelming. After many requests, we are pleased to announce their availability in our online store.
Our partnerships with local artists and craft persons are the start of realizing our vision. We work with these artists to design unique and affordable everyday products for the bath and home. In keeping with our “source local” approach to doing business, we work with artists and craftpersons in our own community and across the nation.