I am short on words this week. I just can’t think of anything much to say other than what a lovely weekend it was! So I guess I will just dive in to the details this time, rather than waxing philosophic.
Last week I made some palm-free soap for the first time and it turned out wonderful! The only problem was that I forgot to add my fragrance oil — DOH!
So this weekend, I did a reboot. I used slightly different colors, but the same palm-free recipe. Continue reading “Dragon’s Blood Type Soap – Remake”
I posted over the weekend about three soaps I had made – Patchouli & Spearmint, Ginger, Carrot & Orange, and Dragon’s Fire. Today they were finally ready to un-mold (sort of) and I got a chance to cut them and get a few pictures.
I have never made a palm-free soap before. I generally use the “responsible” palm oil that Brambleberry sells for all my soaps. I have wanted to try out making palm-free for a while, but never got a chance. Well, today I did, and I am sharing the recipe!
I am not a fan of most men’s fragrance oils. To me, they often smell like Axe or like Old Spice. I just don’t care for them much. But recently Brambleberry sent me a free sample of their new fragrance “Rustic Woods and Rum”.
In the bottle, it smelled OK. Better than those fragrances I mentioned earlier. But when I made this into soap -oh my!. I actually like it and so does my husband (who is also hard to please with scents). So off it went into the kitchen to make a batch of soap for men. Continue reading “Rustic Woods and Rum – A Gentleman’s Soap”