2 Goat Milk Soap Lavender and Shea Butter by mybainne on Etsy:
"This listing is for a set of two calming lavender and shea butter goat milk soaps, smells awesome! The goat milk comes from our own heard of dairy goats, that means this soap is super fresh! We use all green products, herbs, and oils. Goat Milk is great for your skin because it is loaded with vitamins and minerals & has the closest ph to humane skin. This soap is long lasting and soft on the skin, you will love it! The bar is 5oz. of luxury goat milk soap with lavender buds and shea butter topping."
Well I am finally back after a long break due to moving! Whew glad that is over. I found this lovely soap on Etsy this morning and thought it was perfect to feature on the lavender blog. Hope you all will visit her shop.
ORGANIC Lavender and Oatmeal Handcrafted Soap by GardenofHolly:
Garden of Holly says "This soap is highly emollient due to the addition of oatmeal. Shea butter, oatmeal and lavender work wonders for dry irritated skin. Since all of our soaps are hand cut, bar size can vary. Average bar size is 5oz. We have added ground organic oatmeal, lavender buds and calendula petals to our soap to add a slight exfoliation quality. Our natural kraft soap boxes are made from 100% recycled fibers."
This soap starts with organic olive and coconut oils in which I add whole lavender to. The scent is from 100% organic lavender pure essential oils. This soap is great for exfoliation. It has a bit of texture to it and is great for those rough spots. A true must have for Lavender lovers!"
Pumpkin Lavender Handmade Cold Process Soap 5 oz by LifeSoapSimple:
"Are you ready for fall? We are! Pumpkin Pie spices in a real pumpkin soap base and a hint of lavender for remembrances of summer gone by. It is said this scent combination of pie and lavender will drive the guys wild...well, it can't hurt can it?! Tinted only with the natural color pureed pumpkin and ground spices."
Lavender Lemonade is one of the easiest ways to use lavender into the kitchen. Steep 2 tablespoons dried lavender flowers in 1 quart homemade or store bought lemonade for a couple of hours. Use room temperature, not cold lemonade. Strain before drinking.