Never Buy Soap Again! Family-Owned Business The RAD SOAP CO. Offers Choice of 32 Handmade Natural Soaps Shipped Monthly


MENANDS, N.Y. —  The RAD SOAP CO. has redefined the bath industry with handmade all natural hemp-infused soaps that were born out of a mother’s love as she designed an organic holistic recipe for her son’s eczema in her small kitchen. Sue Kerber’s motto is “if my family won’t use it, we won’t sell it.” Now people across the globe can have Kerber’s Upstate New York-based homegrown care and passion delivered to their door with a low-cost subscription to the world’s best high nutrient dense soap.

For only $25, subscribers can mix and match three varieties from The RAD SOAP CO.’s line of 32 hemp seed oil infused bars of soap and have them shipped to their doorstep every month. With natural body bar options like ‘Changa Exfoliant,’ ‘Sweet Slumber,’ ‘Death Wish Highly Caffeinated’ and ‘American Beauty,’ there is a great option for every member of the family and every mood. Each bar of soap is much larger than average and can be shared with the whole household all month. The RAD SOAP CO. subscription also includes a complementary bar along with two free mystery gifts. This subscription is a must for any health-minded household that prizes convenience, and makes for a thoughtful and affordable gift.

RAD SOAP CO. founder Sue Kerber is reshaping one of the world’s oldest industries by making soap with care. The RAD SOAP CO’s products are chemical and plastic free and environmentally sustainable. Each bar of soap lasts an average of 30 showers and saves untold waste from plastic body wash bottles. They are made with natural ingredients you could eat and never contain paragons, sulfates, phthalates, harsh chemicals or GMO’s. RAD SOAP is created through an inventive proprietary 24-hour process which involves suspending the soap in a glycerin state with botanical extractions from mushrooms. This process allows the essential oils in the soap to avoid exposure to caustic sodas, retaining their nuances and delicate natural balance.  

RAD SOAP is headquartered at a 15,000-square-foot building in the Albany suburb of Menands, where 12 employees make, package and ship between 10,000 and 20,000 bars of soap a month.

“I strongly believe we make the best soap in the world by hand right here in Menands,” says Kerber. “I wanted to create this new subscription as an affordable way to introduce more people to our all-natural soaps and get them in bathrooms all over the country. I hope to put a smile on people’s faces every month when they get a new delivery that will make them look and feel great.”

Sue embraced the all-natural benefits of hemp more than a decade ago and infuses the plants high levels of antioxidants, minerals and vitamins into all of her soap and skin care products. New York State has recently taken note of her innovative contributions and has begun an aggressive cultivation of the industrial hemp agricultural market to embrace these natural benefits in many products. 

In addition to bar soap, RAD makes a variety of holistic products including face and body cream, house care soaps and deodorants that are available at its flagship store outside Albany and at Whole Foods across the tri-state area. Thanks to a historic cannabinoid/sports partnership, RAD’s line of CBD infused creams and full spectrum hemp extracts now offer immediate post-workout relief to VENT members at gym locations across the Capital District. Professional and amateur athletes are quickly embracing the benefits of hemp-derived products and incorporating them into their exercise routine thanks to these treatments. 

The RAD SOAP CO. is a labor of love founded by Sue Kerber in 2009. Sue started her business in her kitchen while searching for a natural remedy to treat her son’s eczema. Her passion for blending natural ingredients to create holistic skin care products has led her to incorporate the finest hemp extracts into RAD’s products to promote wellness for customers. 

For interview opportunities, contact Nick Polsinelli at (518) 588-8445.

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