Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Gift Boxes

Ok, here are the pictures of the finished products. You can choose a gift box or a gift bag, it comes with the gift tag, so all you have to do is to write your message and you're done!

Monday, November 28, 2011

Gift Sets Pictures

Here are the pictures of gift sets. Each set includes: 1 bar of soap, 1 bath bomb and 4 sugar cubes. It will be packed either in a gift bag or a gift box, so you don't have to do any work :-)

Each set is $12.

Sets can be customized, I can add more soap bars, bath bombs or sugar scrubs.

Gift Set #1 with Organic Almond Milk Soap

Gift Set #2 with Oatmeal, Milk & Honey Goat Milk Bar

Gift Set #3 with Sleigh Ride Goat Milk Bar

Gift Set #4 with Organic Mint and Chamomile Tea

Gift Set #5 with Christmas Spice Goat Milk Bar

Gift Set #6 with Relaxing Lavender and Tangerine Bar

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Christmas Gift Sets

Are you looking for a nice personal gift for Christmas? Look no further! I created a little gift set that has my latest soaps, new bath bombs and sugar cubes.
Bath Bombs are great if you want to take a relaxing bath and enjoy the pleasant aroma. Fragrance or essential oils can be custom made to suit your taste and preferences.
Nice thing about Sugar Cubes is that they are absolutely mess free. You can keep them outside of your shower and just grab one cube and use it right away. I add a little bit of Shea butter to nourish the skin, but they don’t feel that greasy feeling as other sugar scrubs do.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Wine, soap and more...

Do you like to explore the world of good wine? How about a pleasant bath with natural, smooth, leathery aroma of a soap bar, so delicious that you can almost take a bite?

Then come to the winery for a unique, unforgettable soap-making experience!

What does wine have to do with the soap-making process? Surprised? Intrigued? Would like to find out? Then my class is for you! Sign up now and become a part of this mystery. Learn something new, sip wine and relax…

When: September 7th, 2011 at 5 p.m.

Cost: $15 per person (includes glass of wine, bar of soap and handout materials)

Where: O’Neil Creek Winery, Bloomer, WI

Contact me with any questions!

Saturday, July 9, 2011

New Summer Collection 2011

Grapefruit and Bergamot


Lilac, Rosemary and Sandalwood (who says you can't have a spa in your bathroom???)

Lemongrass and Green Tea

Bay Rum (reminds me of the Holiday time)

Got some new bars (actually Wayne made most of them). They look amazing; I think we got few very good recipes that our keepers now. Bars have all good oils such as olive, apricot, peach kernel, coconut and etc., essential oils, vitamin E and of course fresh goat milk!

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Why Goat Milk?

I have a lot of questions from people - why do you use goat milk? Why is it so good for your skin? What makes it so special?

Well, to answer these questions I need to explain what the goat milk does for the skin, and what the benefits are.

Milk soaps in general are more creamier bars and contain whey protein and lactic acid. I'm sure you've all heard about Cleopatra, and her legendary beauty secret - milk and honey baths. Honey is a great antiseptic and milk helps to moisturize and soften the skin.

However, not all milk is the same, though, and when it comes to making natural skin care treatments goats milk has several unique properties that give it the edge over cow's milk.

First, goat milk has better moisturizing abilities due to the nature of its fat and protein structures. If you've ever smelled goat milk that was old or improperly processed, you know it has a very distinctive odor. (Properly processed goat milk does not smell any different from cow's milk, by the way.) The unique odor comes from the significantly larger amounts of three medium-chain fatty acids, known as capric, caprylic and caproic acid.

Because goat milk has a much larger number of these smaller fat molecules, it is more readily absorbed by the skin. Goats milk protein structures are also shorter than those of cow's milk. The increased accessibility of the fat and protein from goat milk helps leave skin smooth and supple.

Finally goat milk is rich in vitamin A, a fat-soluble vitamin that acts as an antioxidant and is important to maintaining skin health. Goat milk provides up to 47% more vitamin A than cow's milk. Furthermore, goat milk contains vitamin A in its final form--ready to use--while cow's milk contains the precursor form, beta-carotene, which our bodies must then convert to vitamin A.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

We went pro

It is official - we are in the business :-)

I just got registered with the state as EZ Soaps, LLC. It looks simple, but I'm sure there are some things that are not obvious to me yet. I'm working on purchasing insurance, setting up with the state, thinking how am I going to sell my soap. Thousands thoughts are running through my head. But I'm excited, soapmaking is fun and I enjoy doing it. There are a lot of things to do yet, and I'm at a very beginning. Hopefully, it is going to be fun and interesting journey in my life.

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