and today it feels like it is already here. We didn't have much of a summer in the northeast....and I am a little sad to see it go...but I am ready for apple pies, colorful leaves, sweaters! Oh, and did I mention SOAP!
Here are a couple of amazing fall soaps from the members of the SAFE team!!
A seasonal favorite by Willow Bay Bath & Body! This pumpkin pie soap smells good enough to eat! (But please don't!) This is so close to the real thing, you'll swear your grandmother baked it. There's no way you can say no to a pumpkin pie on a brisk fall evening. But with moisturizing goats milk this soap is a definate yes!
Start the season off right... and EARLY with Bambu Earth's Spiked Egg Nog with Peppermint Candy Sticks Soap. What a great stocking stuffer this will make! (Try not to keep it all to yourself!) This soap is made with heavy whipping cream, real egg yolks, nutmeg, cinnamon, vanilla bean, and RUM. It is completed with a peppermint foamy topping and candy sticks. My soap is completely NATURALLY scented. Yes, even this one. No artificial flavor, color, scents in here. Although it smells good enough to drink, please do not consume this sudsy bar of goodness!
You have ABSOLUTELY NO IDEA how much you would be missing out on if you didn't add this to your collection. Muspotwitharsan Cold Process Soap Ala Anhoki!! OMG! An amazing blend of Tuberose, Sandalwood and Musk. Sensual, soft and incredibly sexy. A bar for both men and woman it was named by the infamous Dr John and is a family favorite.
This Limited Edition Floral Bouquet soap from Soap Scentsation is a sweet floral blend of geranium, lavender, and palma rose. Enhanced with carrot juice and dried/ground chamomile petals, this is a true floral bouquet perfect for sink side. Pumpkin shaped for fall, would make a perfect addition to your autumnal decorating. And the blend makes for a wonderful facial bar!
Drive the men crazy with Pumpkin Lavender Oatmeal by a Breath of French Air! Sounds weird, but the combination of Pumpkin and Lavender drives men crazy in lust! As stated in Cosmo magazine: "Smell actually might be the most important sexual sense," explains Alan Hirsch, MD, neurological director of the Smell and Taste Treatment and Research Foundation in Chicago. "There's a direct sensory pathway between the olfactory bulb above the nose and the arousal center of the brain," Dr. Hirsch says. In other words, just a whiff of something sexy can be all it takes to get your or your man's motor running. So what scents unconsciously rev his engine? Dr. Hirsch's research shows that guys are most aroused by, of all things, the smell of cinnamon buns, followed by lavender, vanilla, doughnuts, and pumpkin pie.