New Handmade Soap!

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September 11, 2012 by thesoapalchemist

It’s been a busy month aboard the The Natural Bar Soap Company’s HMS Helvetic, as the Soap Alchemist prepares for the fall season!

Yummy goodness, in the form of all natural soap, is on it’s way to a show near you! Or, if you can’t make it to a show, you can always find her handmade soaps online at the soap shop!

First, let me introduce “Absinthe.” Named for the green elixir of years gone by, the Soap Alchemist’s Absinthe Soap features an intoxicating blend of anise, fir and citrus for a scent that’s mysterious and intriguing! The soap itself is her much-raved about “Alchemist’s Invention” olive oil based batter, with a dose of castor oil for bodacious bubbles and luxurious conditioning.

absinthe handmade soap

Absinthe Soap, 24 hours after the initial pour. Over the next 4 weeks, the color and scent mellowed a bit. After several months, the color really fades, resembling a weathered shade of celery.

The second handmade soap introduction today, is “World Traveler,” named for the essential oils collected from all corners of the Earth that make up the warm spicy scent of this handmade soap. Featuring chunks of warmly colored soaps, the Soap Alchemist spiked the olive oil batter with orange, patchouli and lavender. This is a great unisex scent! Everyone aboard the Helvetica enjoys this one.

handmade soap world traveler

Only a World Traveler Would Have the Blend of Essential Oils in this Whimsical Handmade Soap!

In my next posts, I’ll share the Alchemist’s other new handmade soap varieties: Bean! (Vanilla Bean), Punk! (Spiced Pumpkin), Vanilla and Clove (Banana… LOL! Kidding! Just seeing if you’re paying attention!), A Fine De-scent (Coffee Soap), Pelargonium (Spiced Geranium), and Halcyon Days (Lavendin Oat). She’s been a busy lady, turning out soaps left and right, trying to keep up with the universal demand!

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