Buh-Bye 2020! Toast in the New Year with this delightfully bubbly, oversized, sparkly wine soap (insert winner of NAME THE SOAP CONTEST HERE). With decadent, skin loving ingredients, such as wine, honey, and 23.75 karat gold, which is 99% pure gold and 1% silver, what a marvelous way to call in abundance for the coming year.
Frangranced with my own blend of wild cherry, champagne, and notes of apples & honey. My biggest concern in any cherry fragrance is that it doesn't smell like cough syrup- trust me: this smells like a delicious, decadent, cherry champagne cocktail. Cheers to better times, a fresh start, and clean hands!
Congrats to Tony Sepulveda for winning my Name the Soap Contest! Great job!
PS: this is, unintentionally, the LARGEST soap I've ever made, weighing 11-13 oz! You can easily cut it in half with a kitchen knife, and I'm happy to guide you through the best way to do that, if you like. To learn how to cut the soap, just shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or message me from the website or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/msTsoap
Usage: It's soap! Wash & rinse thoroughly, avoiding eyes. Remove soap from standing water. Supervise young children during use, especially soaps that smell like or resemble food; soap is not edible. People with extreme sensitivities/allergies may want to conduct a spot test before use.
Care: To make your glycerin soap last a long time, do not let it sit in water. Best practice is to remove from the shower when you are finished, and allow soap to dry between uses. For hand soap, I recommend using a Soap Lift or a draining soap dish. If "glycerin dew" appears (looks like sweat), due to the humectant properties of the soap, simply rinse in water, it will not affect the functionality of the soap.