Have you heard of Vintage Handmade Soaps?
My sweet blogging friend, Heather over at Raising Mighty Arrows makes these homemade soaps herself. Take a look:
This is one is called Bama Pride--
isn't it pretty?
This is Peach Blossom and a favorite of mine. I must say I loved how the soaps looked, big cut blocks with pretty packaging. I don't know about you, but I am often tempted to not even use pretty soaps and just display them instead!
And this one is Chocolate Mint...
you will love the way this lathers and smells!
Here is her description:
" At Vintage Handmade Soaps we strive to make quality soaps using natural oils consisting of Castor, Coconut, Olive, Palm, Sunflower, and Shea Butter; as well as Silk Milk for added moisturizing effects. We scent our soaps with both natural essential oils and fragrance oils. We will always state under each bar whether or not it has been scented with a natural or fragrance oil.
Since my first experience of trying handmade soaps I was convinced it was the best soap I'd ever used. I never wanted to use store bought soap again. Now I don't have to! I enjoy making soaps for my family to use, as well as blessing you and your family with them.
For my own experience I have seen firsthand how using our handmade soaps has helped our son's skin dramatically. He has always had dry, itchy skin; especially during the winter months. Since we've been using our own handmade soaps he no longer has this problem!
Our soaps are made in the comfort of our home, mixed by hand, poured into molds, hand cut, and cured for at least four weeks before we test each batch to ensure satisfaction guaranteed."
You can get Vintage Handmade soaps HERE with soaps ranging from as low as $3.50 to $5 and get a discount using the code "wisewoman" for 20% off--that's a great DEAL!
Heather is giving away a $15 gift certificate to Vintage Handmade Soaps!
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