Love the smell of licorice? Need a soap to go fishing? Are you intrigued yet? Anise essential oil is used in this white with black (activated charcoal) marbled soap. Anise smells like black licorice, and apparently fish are attracted as well as people. Don't believe me? Google Anise and fisherman's soap. You know, if it's on the internet it must be true?! Anyway, I have had a number of people tell me it actually works!
This all natural soap is great for dry skin. It combines the essential oils of rosemary and lavender with aloe vera and ground comfrey root. The comfrey gives it the dark brown color. Everything in this soap is designed for your dry skin. On top of that, the lather is great too!
Love the smell of fresh Bartlett pears? This is your soap! Why Placer Pear? This creamy white bars have soft veins of gold and silver running through it like the ground in Placer Co. When we did the Pear Fair in Courtland, CA last year, we made pear shaped soap too! If you're in the area the last Sunday of July, come check it out! This is a great soap for Christmas too.
I smelled this fragrance and had to have it! It definitely has an exotic feel to it. Arabian Spice smells like a blend of orange, ginger, cinnamon, vanilla, and cloves just to name a few. It leaves a warm tranquil feeling. Some say it reminds them of the Hot Spiced Cider you drink at Christmas. This is a nice masculine scent as well. My husband even likes it! (He can be difficult occasionally!)
Yumm! Almonds, marzipan! My niece, Kat's, favorite bar. A natural brown (vanilla) and white bar, that will make you want to take a bite! But, only once. Much better to enjoy this fragrance in your shower. And, not a calorie in the bunch!
We were looking for another pomegranate type fragrance, and we fell across this lovely fragrance. The description of the fragrance oil says a "pomegranate blended with osmanthus and marshmallow." Well, I'm not sure what those smell like, but I can tell you that this smells divine.