Sunday, October 31, 2010

Celebrating Halloween

I suppose culturally, we find it hard to approach people for candies but seriously, it is so much fun to participate.  One day in a year when your whole neighbourhood gets to say hello with big smiles and finally get to know each other.  How cool is that?




Here they come!

We will definitely get more candies next year. 

Saturday, October 30, 2010

Pumpkin again

This year we have decided to spice up the pumpkin scent.  While the nutty vanilla buttery scent remain, it is more of a spicy pumpkin pie scent.  Spicy, does sound a little scary to try out but it is super yummy and the spice just perks it up a little more...perfect for pumpkin lovers!  These soaps makes lovely guest soaps and of course for trick or treating.  They are way too cute to be scary.  We can modify it so it looks like a lit up pumpkin, with a touch of glitter, so do write in and let us know.

Weighs 80gms and going for $5.  If you are using this for trick or treating, again make sure the receiver knows it is a bar of soap.

Ingredients: Coconut oil, palm oil, safflower oil, glycerin, purified water, sodium hydroxide, sorbitol, sorbitan oleate, soybean protein and fragrance oil

Skulls

This will complete your entire halloween decorations, right to the bathroom.  It will definitely get the kids into the shower after a sticky walk around the neighbourhood collecting candies.  They make lovely treats (body treat that is) as well to normal candies.  If you love entertaining, have them handy as little goodie bag for your guest...careful to tell them not to eat  it.  I normally don't emphasise on 'not eating the soap'(cos it will take you a second to figure out it doesnt taste very nice) but with halloween, anything you receive must be a piece of candy.

These skulls weigh around 50gms and are going for $3.50

Ingredients:  Coconut oil, palm oil, safflower oil, glycerin, sodium hydroxide, purified water, sorbital, sorbitan oleate, soybean protein and fragrance oil

Eyeballs

Its trick and treating time again and this year we are not only going to treat but pamper you with these cute little eyeball soaps.  They are simply so adorable, they remind me of the power puff girls. Its fun to surprise your little trick and treaters with something that is not going to send them on a sugar high or worse still to the dentist.  Be sure to inform everyone that it is a bar of soap, and not candy!

These eyeballs are nearly 80gms, and in the spirit of celebrating Halloween they are only $5 each.

Ingredients: Coconut oil, palm oil, safflower oil, glycerin, sodium hydroxide, purified water, sorbitol, sorbitan oleate, soybean protein and fragrance oil

Monday, October 25, 2010

Shaving soap

Shaving soap in a cup is just so charming.  If you are wondering about the cup, yes it is soap too. To use wet the shaving brush and move around the shaving soap in circular motion and you'll have a lovely thick foam.  This set is $25, cup weighing over 200gms with a clear glass soap dish and of course the brush.  It's a fun way to shave.  For ladies who may want shave their legs, this works perfectly as well.  It comes in Sensual Sandalwood, Citrus, Minty Melon and Love spell.
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