Beautiful! I love it!
I love the rick honey color you got with these. Beautiful! Your stamp look great also. :) I did this honey soap a while back. http://intheinterestofannie.blogspot.com/2010/08/bee-clean-soap.html
Jen, precioso te ha quedado realmente un color muy bonito. Yo hace unos meses hice también uno, me salió más oscuro porque verti miel en el agua destilada y me quedo un tono que también me gusta, aquí te dejo por si quieres verlo.http://haciendojabon.blogspot.com/2010/12/estos-dos-jabones-son-de-miel.html#commentsBesos. Ana.
I make two honey soaps. Need to dig up the photos. One is a castile with honey and colloidal oats and the color is close to yours. Taking forever to cure!The other is a Honey Goat Milk.
I share your passion for honey, Jen! I would say that at least half of my soap varieties contain honey -a super humectant & it seems to prevent those nasty orange spots! It's the bee's knees!
Hi, I made honey soap just yesterday (its still in the mould) but here's a link to some I made a while ago - we keep bees, so we use our own raw honey in the soap. It is the BEST soap for your skin, so soft. Sonya
Love your soaps! What's the honey percentage usually used in soap?Thanks!-Sarah
Hello all,Gorgeous honey soaps all of you!! I love the variety! Thank you for sharing.As for the percentage question fromSarah, I only use about 2.5 - 3% of the oils, for the honey. If I use more, the honey sort of seeps out of the soaps and can stain towels... what about you or anyone else? Do people use more?xoJen
Hi Jennifer,What was the key factor in getting the rich texture and deep honey color? It looks great. How would you describe this particular honey soap fragrance?At Joyful Soaps, we offer Soothing Honey soap, and it has gone over very well. It is among our top sellers. I'd be curious to know what you think. http://www.joyfulsoaps.com/Good work!
Lovely looking soap and I absolutely love your packaging. It is clean and classy.
Michael, I think the texture comes from the goat milk, honey and shea... the colour comes from the goat milk, honey and letting it get hotter than we normally would let a honey soap. I have not added any Essential Oils to this soap so there is very little fragrance. All natural and plain. It is my soap for sensitive skin and is wonderful on my face. I think your soothing honey soap looks so soft and gentle that I can perfectly understand why it is one of your best sellers!Suzanne - thank you so much!! xo Jen
Really nice Jen, all that honey? that's what makes you so sweet:)
Thanks so so much! I really appreciate it! :):):)
Precioso este jabón en su naturalidad.Felicidades
I love your soaps (and not only the honey ones)!I made this honey soap a few days ago:http://lesyeuxverslesoleil.blogspot.com/2011/11/le-busy-bee.html
Pinky Blondie, thanks for your compliment and comment! I checked out your soaps and they look wonderful. I attempted a comment on your blog in French.... it has been 15 years since I have practised French at all!! xoxo Jen
I adore honey soaps, and recently I made one. The color is not very dark but the smell is so delicious!!!
Hello! Thank you for your comment! My normal honey soap has no scent and I used to like to use it on my face. Lately I am only using Castille soap on my face. i love the fresh natural smell of honey and beeswax too... xo jen
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