Monday, 23 January 2012
Friday, 13 January 2012
Made with olive, coconut, rice bran and castor oils and cocoa butter. These soaps have sandalwood and vanilla fragrance oils and soap safe colour.
Posted by Dragon (Karen) at 10:03 PM
Monday, 9 January 2012
Made with 100% coconut oil, with an excess of 20% oil, to ensure they are not drying. These soaps have fine grain salt, essential oil and soap safe colour added.
These bars make lovely luscious bubbles and have a slight exfoliating effect due to the salt. They gently remove dead skin cells and leave your skin feeling soft and smooth.
I use regular table salt due to the fine size of the granules. This means the soap is much less abrasive.
Salt soap cakes are great for all skin types and especially kind on mature aged skin and they make great facial cleaners.
Posted by Dragon (Karen) at 9:30 PM
Monday, 2 January 2012
I volunteered to be the ‘host’ of a swap, on an international soap forum I’m active on. The theme was ‘christmas’ and after a few signed up and pulled out, we were left with eight soap makers keen to swap and receive new soaps to review and enjoy.
Wilson Guarding the Soaps – Before they’re repacked
My soaps from the swap … glorious chrissie present!
Posted by Dragon (Karen) at 10:20 PM
A castile soap made from 100% olive oil.
Sensitive Soul is fragrance free and colour free, making it ideal for sensitive skin.
Castile soap is a name used in English speaking countries for olive oil based soap made in a style similar to that originating in the Castilla region of Spain.
Castile soap is known as the purest, mildest soap available and most suitable soap for sensitive skin. It contains no animal fats or synthetic detergents.
Some people describe castile soap as feeling slimy, while other as smooth and creamy. Just know that the lather is different from other home made soaps. Olive oil soap is conditioning and exceptionally mild with a low lather.
Sensitive Soul soap is 100% olive oil – free from colour and fragrance.
Posted by Dragon (Karen) at 12:28 AM