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If you're a lemon fan, here's your soap! Clean, fresh, and energizing, this soap will get you ready to start your day!
Celestial Waters is a beautiful blue and white swirling pattern. Neither floral nor fruity, this fragrance is a light, clean scent designed to delight the senses, and take you to a calm, happy place! Men seem to like this fragrance as much as women.
So we put 'de lime in de coconut,' and what a great smelling bar of soap it is! A green and yellow bar with a hint of white, this soap has a very light fresh spa like fragrance.
Oh the fresh scent of clean rain. This is my husband's second favorite bar of soap. Critter being his first. A rich blue with shreds of other soaps for color. This bar smells even better in the shower with the hot water bringing out the fragrance.
The mint family comes together in this all natural green soap. Eucalyptus, peppermint, and rosemary essential oils combine for a wonderful 'wake up, get moving' soap. Add to that peppermint leaves, and you have a great refreshing soap! I've had some customers use it to help with colds and even breathing! Cut off a piece of soap and run hot water over it, put your head over it, and you have a minty inhaler! We also carry this fragrance in lotion and lip balm!
This is a very light, fresh, ocean scent. Smelling this soap will take you to your favorite beach! You can almost hear the waves, and see the changing ocean colors as the waves head toward the shore.
Star Showers is a unisex blend of effervescent grapes with light nuances of rose and geranium on a background of patchouli, orange, lime, and warm musk. This is not a heavy fragrance. Think of drifting through the cosmos on a shooting star! At least that's what I was thinking when I made this soap a deep purple and blue space with glowing stars shooting through it! How's that for a description!
Are you a lavender, lemon, or peppermint fan? Well, here you are. Starry Night is a blend of lavender, lemon, and peppermint essential oils, combined into a blue, black, and yellow bar that came out looking like Van Gough's Starry Night. Couldn't resist.