With spring acting like spring for once (I say that because in Wyoming, spring tends to be a bit muddled - mostly it's winter with a tease of warmer weather), I've been thinking about weddings and spring flowers and wanting to add something new to my products line in both fragrance and content.
Today, in the soap pot, I've got two lovely fragrances. One is Honey Pear, which is delightful, fresh, has a touch of melons, green apples, pear, and definitely honey. I like it a lot. A whole lot! And I've put it in a new soap recipe using goat milk.
Goat milk is mild, soothing, and wonderful to your skin. It's different enough that you'll notice the very first time you use it. It makes a great soap for your face, too.
My second new and old theme in the soap pot today is a coconut milk soap fragranced with lilac. It smells like spring here!
Both soaps are lightly fragranced, good for your skin, and lovely. They'll be ready in about three weeks.
If you're planning a wedding and would like something unusual for your wedding favors, think about some custom-made handcrafted soaps! Let me know here.
Ana lives in a desert in the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming with her husband, a ginger-headed daughter, a son, and stinky dog Ana loves creating stuff and sharing her creations. Alas, she's not so great at writing in third person. Ah, well...