Friday, June 29, 2012

"Geisha" will be ready on July 20th!

This is the first of the newest batches that was made in June, 2012...I have been dreaming of working with these fragrances for months.  My goal was to have this done and out for the beginning of Spring, but clearly I am behind...but I do believe she is worth the wait...
"Geisha" Coconut Milk & Clay Soap (pre-stamping, just cut)
She was made with our main base mix of oils & butters: Palm, Olive, Coconut, and Castor Oils with a blend of Shea and Cocoa Butters with Coconut Milk Powder for a thick, rich, and creamy lather.

"Geisha" was made in two layers.  The first layer being burgundy in color from the Australian Red Reef Clay and is scented with a lovely and delicate blend of Cherry Blossoms, Pomegranate Seeds, Tart Currants, White Magnolias, Peaches, Strawberries, Lemons, Rose, Lily of the Valley, Spices, Creamy Vanilla, and a touch of Cedarwood.  She was then topped with a creamy opaque layer of Yuzu (a Japanese citrus fruit) and Smooth, Creamy Vanilla.  The top was delicately textured and then I sprinkled some Cranberry Seeds on the top to bring some of the deep burgundy color up to the top of the bar.

This bar is good for any skin type.  It has the coconut milk's thick, rich, creamy lather, the high iron and essential mineral content and detoxifying properties from the Australian Red Reef Clay, which help it to replenish and regenerate the epidermis of the skin.  If you can normally use things with fragrance on your face, you should not have any problems with this bar. 

More updates coming soon!


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