Sunday, April 18, 2010

Jasmine Rooibos

There was a time in my life when Jasmine was growing outside my bedroom window. At night it seemed to give off the most wonderful fragrance. I would drift off to sleep with that beautiful smell drifting through the window.

Lebermuth had the perfect Jasmine fragrance oil to evoke those memories. I added Rooibos, (African Red Bush Herb) for texture and to gentle exfoliate. I used the natural colorant of Indigo from Southern Soapers to add a tad of light blue.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Kokopelli Soap

One of the legends of Kokopelli says that he travels from village to village, blowing his flute and changing Winter into Spring. When I made this soap I think I heard the magic of his song.

In honor of the beginning of Spring and as a tribute to Kokopelli I made this cold processed soap using Thai Coconut fragrance oil from Southern Soapers. I can still hear the sound of his flute.

Saturday, April 3, 2010

My Little Chick-A-Dee

This little Chick was used to fill the baskets of several children this Easter.It is made with CP Soap of course. Colored with yellow oxide from BrambleBerry and fragranced with Lemon Verbena.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Rhassoul Clay Soap

This soap is made using Rhassoul clay and a fragrance from ChemEssence that reminds me of Ivory soap, with the faint hint of honeysuckle. Too bad it didn't come out white as snow.

Friday, January 8, 2010

Chocolate Mint Soap

These sweet little beauties were made using Peppermint essential oil from Essential Wholesale and Lebermuth. The Chocolate fragrance oil is from Sweetcakes. No colorant was used. Color comes from the reaction of the fragrance oil in the soaping pot. So yummy, smells like a York Peppermint Patty.