Friday, March 19, 2010

Hunka, hunka love...

Ooh la la...silky, creamy lavender savon...these beautiful bars will soon be on their way to Texas, where Miss Lauri of Chippys will be adding them to her beautiful space at the show...y'all know what show I'm talkin' about...right!
Marburger Farms!

I've started making my lavender soap in extra large chunks, nearly double the size of the regular soap bars, it allows for the addition of a soap stamp.
Just a small embellishment, but a fun one...
very Provencal don't you think...

Wholesale, these batches sell at $3.50 per bar, but you must buy a whole batch of 16 bars,
$56.00 per batch.
A regular size bar, wholesale is $2.00 ea. or $32.00 per batch.

Many shops around the states are now carrying this wonderful soap or thrifty buyers are buying full batches for gifts or personal reasons, making the cost more reasonable...
especially once you get hooked on the feel and scent of each of these bars.

No kidding, even the men love the soap, especially the oatmeal, very soothing to dry skin.
I hear it over and over again, how much every one loves them...
and they all admit they're hooked...

TOLD YA...ha!

5 comments:

time-worn interiors said...

I love those big bars! And lavender is my fav!
Sister Tot

My word verification was:
hormona!
Lmao!
For sure!

Golden West said...

What a nice handful! So glad to hear your products are spreading out across the country. You are so right - men love a good bar of soap!

cconz said...

It sure helps to have friends in all the right places. Sharon do you make goats milk soap?

donna baker said...

Sharon, I think the larger size and stamp are excellent ideas. Do you make a soap that you can also wash your hair with without leaving a dulling residue. My husband, refuses to use shampoo and uses the soap all over.

Stine in Ontario said...

It looks like great soap. I haven't made soap in a few years. (I bet you think I must be getting pretty dirty by bow, eh?) Do you grow your own lavender too?