My last holiday markets are out of the way and this week I am obtaining more tallow to render for shaving soap. In the meantime, I still have 1 container of unscented and 8 of Bay Rum available for $10.50 each, plus shipping. Shaving soaps weigh 4 oz each and come in a travel tub. I mail by USPS priority in padded mailers to minimize shipping costs – please pm me if you are interested. Multiples, or shaving soap ordered with bath soaps, will be packed in appropriately sized boxes.
Another of my specialties is “salt soap”: a gently exfoliating, long lasting bath & body soap made with a large percentage of sea salt. The green and white Sea Salt bar has been one of my best sellers since I began making it five years ago – scented with lavender, peppermint and rosemary essential oils, it’s fresh and invigorating and can be used for both face and body (and I make it in an unscented version too). Marrakesh is a masculine, brick red salt soap with shea butter, scented with patchouli, cedar wood, cinnamon leaf, oak moss, petigrain and lime - the scent blend is one that I am thinking of offering in a shaving soap so I’d be interested in your feedback. It has been described as smelling like "clean earth". Dead Sea Mud is slightly grittier (more exfoliating) due to the generous amount of Israeli Dead Sea mud and activated charcoal included, and is scented with tea tree oil which makes it a good spa-type soap. My newest salt soap, introduced this summer, is Pink Sand, with lemongrass and orange essential oils and lots of pumice. It reminds me of Lava hand soap, but it isn’t drying. I wouldn’t suggest it as a bath soap (unless you’re a masochist!) but it’s great for scrubbing feet and really dirty hands. The salt soaps are $6 each plus shipping. Six of them fit in a small flat rate shipping box, which ships for $5 in the continental U.S. The salt soaps are just one of the many kinds of soap that I make - if you have questions about any of my products, please contact me via pm.