Bath Soaps

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We went to Sedona about a year ago and I was so happy later to see a recipe for Ancient Sedona Soap. This is a lovely earthy smelling soap and I did my best to capture the red rock colors of Sedona. Those of you who have visited the area will find this bar really interesting and I think it's a great soap to share with your man in any case.

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This is one of my most colorful soaps and because of the hippie reputation of patchouli I made the soap look like tie dye. This soap is made with saponified coconut, palm, olive, sweet almond, castor, avocado oils, shea butter, patchouli and sweet orange essential oils.

 

 

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Tea Tree Eucalyptus Soap is a beautiful white bath bar with a strong fragrance of eucalyptus and tea tree essential oils softened slightly by a little lavender essential oil. All of these oils together offer a healthful soap with the benefits of tea tree to your skin.

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These may look like big bars of chocolate but in fact are lovely coconut scented soaps loaded with shea butter and gentle oils like avocado, castor, sweet almond, and olive.

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This is the perfect soap for gardeners who want a soap that can get the grit off but not dry out their hands. The grit in this soap is made with coffee grounds, pumice, and little bits of loofah but the soap itself has lots of olive oil and mango butter so it cleans well and doesn't make hands lose their softness. It's also terrific in the kitchen since the coffee grounds help take away smells from onions and garlic. It is scented with cinnamon, orange and patchouli essential oils.