Fragrance: A bright blend with strong notes of Yuzu, subtle florals and a touch of citron makes this fragrance an all year favorite.
I never really LOVED my previous shaving soap recipe. It worked, but I just didn’t love it. I finally got around to reformulated it. It’s a blend of coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil, Shea butter, castor oil, and apricot oil. I also tried something a little different. Instead of making them bars, I put them in twist tubes. I’ve seen shaving soaps made both ways and I know I always drop mine in the shower. I think the tube will make it easier to apply the soap. I also think it work well for men.
Because it’s a new recipe and a new “container” I would like a few testers. I have three scent options: Bay Rum, Old Spice, and Arabian Spice. (All geared towards men.) If there are any men out there who would like to test a sample bar let me know (or women if you know of a man who’d like to try it out) let me know. I’ll send you a free bar. All I ask is that you pay for the shipping cost. I will include a questionnaire with the soap. The questions will just be a guideline for you and it will give me feedback so I can see if I need to make changes or if it’s liked as is.
Email me at: JenniferSoap [at] gmail [dot] com if you’re interested or comment here with your email address. I have a limited number available.
Fragrance: Spicy-sweet blend of French verbena and lemon, a green Florentine iris and violet leaves, and sublime notes of Mysore sandalwood and ambergris.
Technique: Beer soap, soap stamp (dusting in mica)
Every time I’ve made beer soap the soap has gotten really dark, so this time I decided to work with it and do a white stamp on top. And of course this time it didn’t get any darker than what you see in the picture :P …guess that’s how it works sometimes.
And despite trying to get the bottle to photograph I couldn’t get my camera to focus :(