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!
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!)
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!" :)
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.
This is an all natural shampoo bar for your favorite critter, 2 or 4 legged. This bar is great for the sensitive and problem skin of the 4 legged critters in your life as well as your own skin! We use safflower oil in this soap for a light clean easily rinsed feeling. The essential oils in this bar (lavender, eucalyptus, fir needle, tea tree, and patchouli) are designed to help man and critter alike. Besides, I figure if you're giving your dog a bath, you'll end up with one too! Our ranch dogs, Digit and Black Dog, rave about it too! Of course, they'd rather rave than have a bath! It's also my husband's favorite! Don't use on cats. Tea Tree is not good for them!