As a soapmaking instructor and consultant, one of the most common things I hear is, “I’ve made my first batch of soap…how long until I can sell it?” Sometimes selling that first batch of soap isn’t the greatest idea…but there are a lot of soapers that do. And when asked, I have
I so want to make these for gifts ~ beautiful luxury hand made soaps in apothecary jars. They come in three designs: Sea shells (fragranced with white honeysuckle and baby jasmine), power blue robins eggs (chamomile and meadowsweet w/oatmeal and wheat bran for exfoliating speckles), and pink rose petals.
16 Vegetable based, french-milled soaps are imbued with the soothing extracts of chamomile and meadowsweet. Oatmeal and wheat bran give these eggs their exfoliating speckles housed in a handsome glass...
Robin's Egg Soaps in Large Apothecary Jar - Coordinate a charming woodland-themed, vintage-inspired display into your springtime bath, or continue a low-key palette in your kitchen, with this glass apothecary jar packed with tempting soaps in a sweet Robin's Egg design. The sixteen speckled blue eggs which are nestled inside the clear glass jar provide months of luxury hand-washings with a lovely scent of chamomile and meadowsweet.
Robin's Egg Soap in Slider Gift Box - The charming speckles within the Robin's Egg Soaps give a realistic look to the pale blue eggs, but instead of only detailing the shell, they remain visible as you use the beautiful hand soaps - because the flecks are in fact natural exfoliants in the mild, gentle triple-milled soap. A vegetable-based formula with the innocent, springlike fragrance of meadowsweet and chamomile makes washing a luxury.