This soap has become a favorite! We gave up Warm Vanilla Sugar, but my friend Jennifer, who loved Warm Vanilla Sugar, has given this soap her thumbs up approval! It’s vanilla with a subtle twist, plus the fun confetti of a mixture of beveled soap.
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.
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.
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!
This is a great light floral soap! So I envisioned a white bar with pastel colored flowers (swirls). The first batch was just that! Every time after that, it's changed! Not quite what I envisioned, but fun and colorful! It must be working, because this has become our best selling floral soap! Check it out to see what it looks like this time!
This soap has a rich red wine fragrance. Don't want to smell like wine? Don't blame you, but this soap won't do that. It's just smells really good! A number of customers said it reminded them of grapes! I wonder why? Don't know what kind of gift to give your wine loving friends? Try pairing this with a Chardonnay Soap (seasonal around Christmas) in a 2 soap gift box!
Back by popular demand! We've made our Strawberries & Champagne Soap even better by adding Goat's Milk to it. A lovely creamy soap great for your skin, this soft bubbly fruity blend will make your skin feel great.
Humm. What does a Monkey Fart smell like? That is indeed the question! Take a chance! What do monkeys eat? I get bananas, pineapple, chocolate (?). Some say play dough! Well, it's a silly name, for a not at all bad fragrance. Who will you get one for? :)
This brown soap with textured scales of pink and gold is all about the 60's! Incense is back! Patchouli is the part of this fragrance that people either like or don't like, but either way, you get a reaction! Please note, no dragons were harmed in the making of this soap! Sat them down with some beer that we make soap with, and said, "This won't hurt a bit!" :)
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