Monday, 16 January 2012

Goat Milk & Activated Charcoal


This is a repeat, at a customers request... she loved this bar for her adolescent skin... and I really enjoyed flinging soap with the spoon swirl tecnique!


with Spearmint & Patchouli Essential Oils

Happy Soaping!!
xo
Jen


14 comments:

Julia said...

No son como los jabones a los que nos tienes habituados, al menos en su aspecto. Me gusta mucho también.
Un abrazo

Isabel said...

Seguro que es una delicia para la piel,y el aroma tiene que ser exquisito, yo estoy usando el de leche de cabra y estoy encantada,y el de sal con aroma cítricooo ummmm ! fántástico.Felicidades, un saludo Isabel.

Shieh Design Studio said...

That is beautiful! I do feel if activated charcoal is used for a large amount it can be drying and irritating. Making it goat milk soap to compensate is a great combination!

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

This looks great, I wanted to see more photos especially of the middle. Oh to have adolescent skin again.

Michelle

Jennifer Young said...

Julia, Gracias por tu comentario. Si, me he divertido con este. Hize uno parecido el año pasado y el cliente queria mas... Me alegro que te haya gustado. xo Jen

Jennifer Young said...

Isabel, muchas gracias. Me alegro tanto que estes disfrutando de mis jabones!! Si, el aroma de este me gusta mucho. xoxo Jen

Jennifer Young said...

Shieh, Thank you! I know charcoal can be quite drying so this combo seems to work well together... I also love the scent. Still, charcoal soap is not a DAILY soap, it is for a once in a while deep clense, no? Hope you are well and look foward to seeing some new creations of yours. xoxo Jen

Jennifer Young said...

Michelle, I will try to post another photo here again. I was so enthralled with the tops that I didn't get many photos of the middle! But I may have one decent one. Adolescent skin... ah yes, but there were downs too... I remember every time there was a important event, like spring formal or something, I would get a HUGE ugly pimple right in the middle of my face somewhere... xoxo jen

roxta said...

Is that the black and white soap you were talking about? Very nice! xx

Jennifer Young said...

Yes, this is the black and white one... the colours are not so precise as yours.. we have cream and dark smoky gray... xo Jen

miscellanea said...

You did a great job with the spoon swirl technique. The customer will be very happy.
Petra

Jennifer Young said...

Petra, Thank you!!!!! xo jen

The Soap Sister said...

Hi Jen! That is a great-looking soap -such a lovely contrast! Always a good sign when you have to do "repeats" for customers, yes? Great job as always m'dear!

Jennifer Young said...

Soap Sister, Thanks!! Nice to see you in blog world. Your soaps have been taking an entire different direction lately! Loving the new creations. xoxo Jen