Small soap restock

Small soap restock

Looking for your favorite sold-out soaps? I've recently restocked five of them.... more to come by the end of the month!

Black Amber & Lavender

Musky, with myrrh and amber, combines fabulously with the Lavender to make a slightly woodsy, slightly floral scent. Even people who aren't that into floral scented soap tend to like this fragrance as the amber definitely lends a woody note to the scent.

Champagne Sugar

Champagne Sugar is an enigmatic soap; a little light, a little fruity, a little bit of citrus, a little sweet. Hints of jasmine, rose, and plum mix with lemon, orange, apple, and banana, and together they all smell amazing and lightly fresh. This is not an overpowering fragrance; you can definitely tell that it's scented before you even unwrap it, but the fragrance makes me think of a booth at a farmer's market full of fresh flowers and juicy fruit.

Fig & Plum

Not overpowering, but still sugary and fruity; fig and plum compliment each other well. This is spicy sweet and very balanced!

Oakmoss Sandalwood 

Oakmoss Sandalwood is a surprisingly light scent for something with Sandalwood. Sandalwood, oakmoss, patchouli, and amber. If you like earthy, slightly woodsy, amber-based fragrances, give this one a try! It's a much lighter fragrance than you might expect, and good for those who like the idea of fragrant soap but can get overwhelmed by heavy scents.

White Tea & Ginger

Another invigorating scent for the Winter fragrance lovers! If you like Orange Clove or Orange Ginger but find them just a little too sharp, White Tea & Ginger might be a good match for you. It's still spicy, but not as tart and tangy; it has a little bit of jasmine in it and together with the calming white tea, it makes for a lovely, but still winter-spice-like fragrance.

Thanks, y'all! And like I said above, I'll have more in another couple of weeks (including Blood of the Dragon, Goblin King, Patchouli, and more)!


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