After months of testing we have developed
the perfect blends.
When I say "we"
I mostly mean our friend, John.
He is a great soap maker.
When I found out that he and his wife, Bonnie,
had been making their own soap for a while
I asked if they would consider working with
Thankfully, they agreed.
Bonnie has let me know that it is pretty much
She's supportive but busy home educating,
cooking, cleaning and keeping a very busy
household running day to day.
So John is the master soap maker.
One thing I have come to learn about soap.
It takes TIME!
All of the soaps we are offering are at about
eight weeks of cure time.
This seems to be a good age so that
the soap has dried through and won't
melt away too quickly.
Of course, it is natural and you must keep it
dry between uses if you want it to last.
And you do!
So, our minimum cure time has been established as
Longer than that hurts nothing.
Above you have seen the French Lavender.
I present it as a more modern scent.
Kind of spa-like.
The vanilla in the French Lavender oils
turn the soap this rich brown color.
Below are the Citrus Infusion Bars.
This is my personal fragrance blend.
When the supplier discontinued
the citrus infusion I had been using I was forced
to develop my own.
It has been WAY more popular than the original.
The blend is Tangerine, Mango and Fresh Squeezed Orange.
Friends at church are buying this from John
The soap lathers beautifully!
Is scented just right.
You can notice it but it isn't overwhelming.
I also have some oatmeal unscented and
plain unscented to list.
Just haven't gotten there yet.
I would be curious to know if you have tried
hand crafted soap.
If so, what are your favorite features of it?
These all have Palm, Coconut and Olive oil in them.
Great moisturizing benefits.
I included a couple of comments from the testers
If you are interested pop on over and see what
they had to say.
Thanks for looking!!