As a misc. item, I have added some homemade soap to my site, made with natural ingredients. Each bar individually comes with its own burlap, cotton-tie-closure bag, appropriate for gift giving as well as displayed on your shelf until ready to use. 

Due to the sensitive nature of my skin, I transitioned away from OTC soaps, to create and provide soaps that are natural, not using pharmaceutical grade glycerin. The natural glycerin found in these soaps are derived from the process of soap making. All soaps that are currently made, are done via a cold process and are made using: Organic shea butter, olive oil, coconut oil, hemp oil, corn oil, soybean oil, water and lye.

They sell for $7.50 each plus S&H, although arrangements for safe pick-up are available. Cash or personal check, yet for those who are unable to pick-up and need them shipped, consider opting to pay via Zelle, the new personal bill paying service through your bank, that allows one to pay immediately.

The scents that I have available are: Rocky Rose, Lavender Patchouli, Lavender Verbena, Patchouli, Sandalwood Rose, Ylang Ylang Lavender, and Rosemary Thyme. I currently have 6-8 of each, yet I also use these soaps for personal use, so I decided to not include quantities. Please email your interest, and I will confirm availability.

They all have a lovely, delicate aroma. Since I use these myself, I can attest to the therapeutic affect these scents have for me (I hope for you as well). NOTE: The Rosemary-Thyme has a slightly stronger scent, yet provides a lovely herbal air that reminds me of my herbal teas. 

I started to create soaps, not only as a result of my own personal need for a natural soap, as most soaps on the market cause irritation to my skin, but also as an item I can share on my health blog Potpourri of Health.

Thank you for visiting. When the weather returns to more comfortable weather, where I can have the windows open, I will create more to have on hand. In the meantime, may you remain safe and healthy.

Even if you don’t support me, be sure to support small businesses. 

~ Putting Thread to Fabric ~

Laura

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