Just in time for a Friday Five post, I’ve restocked a few soaps this week! These are pretty popular ones, and they show that y’all like both the woodsy and the floral fragrances. I’m thinking of bringing in a new fragrance or two next year… if you already like floral and woodsy, what else would you like to see in the lineup? I’ve had a few requests for Tea Tree Oil… what else piques your interest?
Ancient Sedona in the Yarn & Knitting Needle design: Ancient Sedona sounds like it’s going to be complex, with a citrus and floral mix of Mandarin Leaf, Orange Blossom, Bulgarian Rose and Vetiver… but then the woodsy fragrances take over and you can smell Sandalwood, Bourbon Vanilla, Amber, Labdanum and Tonka Bean. This fragrance has been very popular with men at craft markets, but if you’re a gal who loves woodsy fragrances, don’t hesitate to pick this up.
Black Amber & Lavender in the Floral Leaf design: Musky, with myrrh and amber, this 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.
Hinoki Wood in the Yarn & Knitting Needle design: Hinoki Wood is one of those enigmatic fragrances that is hard to pin down. Is it more floral? Because it has notes of lavender, jasmine, rose, and orange blossom. Or is it more musky? Because it also has cedar, patchouli, vanilla musk, and clove. Floral. Woodsy. Earthy. Wonderful! This is a sharp fragrance, and wouldn’t be good for people who like lighter scents — but if you are the spicy sort, this is right up your alley!
Lavender in the Floral Leaf design: You’re walking up a hill covered with purple flowers, the sun is rising and the dew is reflecting the early morning rays. You breathe deeply, and realize… this is not a dream! You have actually found a lavender soap that smells authentically like real lavender buds. It’s light, it’s fragrant, but it’s not overpowering. It’s sure to become a favorite!
Oakmoss Sandalwood in the Yarn & Knitting Needle design: 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.