Monday, November 22, 2010

Homemade Bath Soap

If you all recall, I learned how to make Homemade Hand Soap. It is now cured and ready to go!
 I've been using it for a couple of months now and I just love it. I used coconut, olive and canola oils in it. I also made one batch that I added pure coco powder in. It made really interesting looking bars! Those are the ones in the picture that look.... well chocolaty!!

  Pure soap. No additives or ingredients that you can't pronounce.  It lathers up nicely and rinses off clean. The coconut and olive oils also make it a nice moisturizing soap.  I have dry skin, especially in the winter, and it really helps with that.  I thought I would offer it here on my blog for anyone who is interested.

 The bars are all between 4 - 5 ounces. I checked into the shipping costs and was amazed at the costs though. The prepaid  boxes seem to be the best way to go.  So I was thinking that what I could do is to send you 4 bars, with the shipping included,  for a donation of $18.00  

I also have some bars that aren't quite as pretty that you might be interested in as well.  

If you are interested or have any questions, drop me an email at and I will get back with you! 

1 comment:

  1. Good job on the soap! I made some goats milk, lavender and honey soap a couple summers ago and I still have some. I do love homemade soaps.