The Comal Springs are the largest network of springs in the American Southwest. They were a sacred gathering place for many indigenous tribes for thousands of years. The Spanish called them “Las Fontanas”, (The Fountains), and they established a mission there. These springs provided the first community water source for the city of New Braunfels and are the home to endangered and threatened species.

Bathe with the essence of Comal Springs in our classic olive oil recipe featuring fresh water direct from Comal Springs. A woodsy blend of patchouli, oak moss, and juniper will transport you back to New Braunfels cedar forest. Yellow clay offers your skin a fine, smooth lather and moisture to take with you through the rest of the day.

4 oz bar
Ingredients: Saponified organic olive oil, organic coconut oil, organic flaxseed oil, organic shea butter, comal spring water, essential oils of patchouli, oak moss, juniper, Texas cedar, yellow clay.


The Headwaters Soap Collection from Old Factory is a Texas tribute to the iconic springs of the Hill Country. Emerging forth from the jagged beauty of the Balcones Fault Zone, the crystal-clear, limestone filtered, artesian springs of this region have inspired people to gather at these waters for over ten thousand years. We have teamed up with 4 local water conservation non-profits to create a product that gives back, and shares the beauty and spirit of these places. 

Old Factory Soap Comal Springs

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