One of my favorite parts of the soap making process is enjoying the incredible scent of essential oils that fill the house while waiting for them to cure. Four to six weeks is a pretty long time for anyone to have to wait for the soaps to cure and become ready for use, but having a little perk makes the entire process slightly more forgiving. My soaps are typically very lightly scented, but I can still smell the sweet and calming scents of peppermint, lavender, and citrus fragrances lingering nicely in my apartment. It’s absolutely heavenly!
Here are my new batches that I made, with my soon-to-open Etsy shop in mind. I’m hoping that these soaps turn out good enough to begin my soap selling endeavors. So far, all batches look incredibly promising. I’ll keep you posted if and when these soaps go up on sale, if any of you are interested! 🙂
i can’t wait for these babies to be ready 🙂
I just used one today and it was amazing. I can’t wait for you to try it!
Kevin sent three bars of your soap to me in the interoffice mail. I LOVE the smell and am looking forward to trying them. I was telling one of the ladies at the office about them and she said she uses only natural soaps with olive oil — knowing that’s your main ingredient, I gave her one of the bars to sample!!
I’ll be in touch — and THANKS!!
Hi Stephanie! I’m glad the soaps got to you safely! I would love to hear your feedback when you had the chance to try them out! 🙂