Pine Forest


Journey up the rocky mountains into the beautiful green forest where notes of pine and aspen bark abound. Enjoy the chilled alpine breeze that flows through the air. Our natural pine forest soap is for men who can't get enough of camping or the great outdoors. 

Key Ingredients

Castor Oil

Forms a moisturizing creamy lather.

Aspen Bark Extract

Conditions the skin for a smoother appearance.

Bentonite Clay

Absorbs water to create a silky lather.

Black Walnut Hull

Rich in vitamins that can nourish the skin.

Olive Oil, Organic Sustainable Palm Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Fragrance, Shea Butter, Bentonite Clay, Castor Oil, Montmorillonite Clay, Spirulina Powder, Black Walnut Hull, Aspen Bark Extract, Chromium Oxide, & Iron Oxide.

If you don't like any of our products we'll issue you a full refund, no questions asked. 

Most "soaps" on the market are classified as synthetic detergents by the FDA. These "soaps" are typically made with harsh chemicals. Synthetic foaming agents and preservatives (such as Parabens) are much more common than you'd think. By switching to Mister1920's natural soap, you get nature's beauty packed in every bar.

Customer Reviews

Based on 33 reviews
This is rhe ONE!

Out of all of the different \soaps I have used from your company- over the past 2-3 years- this is the one that I like the most. A lovely, clean, piney, with a hint of spice(?) scent that hits all of the rights buttons for me. Would easily be my "deserted island" blend. Wish I could exchange out the 3 other blends I bought along with it. Well done people!!

Hal Messinger

I haven't used it yet!

Andres Tamayo

Real Soap, Excellent

Pine Forest soap

Love it for its lather and its aroma. I got my son the Wanted Outlaw soap for he breaks out in a rash and itches with regular soap from the stores. He said that after using Mr 1920 soap, he didn’t break out. Thanks Mr 1920.

Roger Spurbeck
This amazing soap

I’ve been using these soaps for over a year and I don’t use any other soaps and it’s probably the only thing left made in America, because people today shop for convenience and to them soap is soap.