|Blue Clay Soap|
Blue Clay soap contains shea butter, rice bran oil and, of course, blue clay. I designed this soap specifically as a facial soap. Blue Clay is efficient in absorbing excess oils and removing harmful toxins from the skin. Due to its potent purification properties, it is beneficial to oily and other problematic skin types. Rice bran oil promotes collagen formation and is easily absorbed into the skin with no greasy residue. Shea butter is rich in fatty acids which are needed to retain skin moisture and elasticity. Honestly, this is the first soap I have ever been able to use on my face without it feeling dry, tight and "stretched". There. The horn tooting stops now.
|Choco Mint Soap|
The next soap was inspired by afternoon chats over coffee with a good friend.
|Java Love Soap|
Java Love is scented with coffee, vanilla and chocolate fragrance oils.
I have recently fallen in love with shampoo soaps.
|Lemon Squeezy Shampoo Soap|
Lemon Squeezy Shampoo soap is scented with lemon and peppermint essential oils. Instead of water, I used a rosemary herbal tea made with my own rosemary. I was surprised with the interest shown in shampoo soap. I currently have a second shampoo soap curing made with beer and scented with rosemary and peppermint essential oils.
|Tiger Tail Soap|
I recently took the plunge and opened a second Etsy shop devoted to my soaps. Several of the above soaps can be found there.
Until next time . . .