Not sure what soaps you want? Our Large Soap Samplers are a great opportunity to experience 6 random fragrances without purchasing an entire bar of soap. (Not that that is such a bad idea!) Bag color and fragrances are randomly chosen.
For fragrance sensitive skin, but still want our wonderful soap base, try our plain oatmeal soap made with goat's milk. No fragrance or color has been added, but we did add ground up oatmeal. Oatmeal is wonderful for the skin, and you get a very nice exfoliation too!
Black Raspberry Vanilla is a wonderful combination of raspberries and vanilla cream. Yummm! Pink, purple, and black (activated charcoal) swirl through a creamy white background. You'll love this fruity vanilla.
Wicked Apple Brew soap is perfect for the upcoming fall season. Made with Angry Orchard Cider and Red Delicious fragrance, this is a perfect witch's brew. Here for a limited season, make sure you get your wicked brew!
Chunks of any soap I make in a Lemongrass essential oil cornmeal base. Hence, the gumbo and scrubbing name! Very colorful soap with great scrubbing power, even laundry! Use it to scrub a tough stain. My niece likes it in the shower, though it's a little scubby for my delicate (read older) skin. Great for scrubbing heels or hands coming in from the garden or ranch.
I'm new to the line up! People were always asking if we had a patchouli soap. We referred them to our Dragon's Blood Soap, as that was what it reminded everyone of. But, the time has come, and now we have a straight patchouli essential oil soap. This is a creamy off white bar with activated charcoal swirls. I could not decide if I should blend it with another oil, so here it it! Think of the 60's, hippies, musky, and incense. It is definitely a blast from the past! If you order this, let me know what you think. Do we want to blend it with another oil like lavender or orange? Let me know in the comments section or on our Facebook Page.
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!