Saturday, August 13, 2011

Vanilla Musk Soap & Rosemary Mint Shampoo Bar

Hello,

Well I intended to put up a new post last week but I've been so busy making soap, sprays, butters, etc. that I didn't get to it.

I'm still not sure why my new posts are showing up under Splurge Sisters blogspot tagline on Jenora's blogspot and have tried asking for help on the forum. Also I've tried a few things but nothing has worked so for now I'll leave it.

Vanilla Musk is one of our best selling scents. It's an original custom blend I created.

Vanilla Musk Vegan Artisan Soap (this is a photo of the soap wrapped)
If you would like a bar you can grab it here.

Here are some cute maple leaf Rosemary/Mint soaps I made when I got home from our market.

Rosemary Mint Vegan Guest Soaps
This lip balm is sold out as I sold my last two today but I thought I'd post a photo of it.

Lip Shimmer
I know everyone has been posting about Shampoo bars lately and I made this batch about two months ago and decided to post it.  This is a palm free soap.

Rosemary Mint Shampoo Bar in the mold
Here is the finished product.  The first time I used it I was a bit impatient but now I really like the way my hair turns out when I use it. My hair is dyed, long and normal and we have soft water.  I've made this soap so it can be used as a body bar as well so it's multi-purpose.  Most customers want something like this for camping and it would perfect for that.  If I think of it I'll try and take pictures when I wash my hair next.

Rosemary Mint (Palm Free) Shampoo Bar Vegan Soap
The Rosemary Mint Shampoo Bar can be purchased here.

I'm off to the market again tomorrow.  Enjoy your Sunday.

Michelle of Two Blooms

3 comments:

Donna OShaughnessy said...

The color of your lip shimmer is yummy. Can't imagine how busy you are with all your produts but you sound like you enjoy it

Celine @ Soaperstar said...

Sounds like you're mega busy! Good for you and great soapies.

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

Donna and Celine,

Thanks, yes I do enjoy what I do and every year the customers want something different so it's hard to gauge how much to make of everything.

Today we tried a different layout for our Sunday market as we switched to a new spot last week and it's working well for us.

Michelle