Monday, January 19, 2009

CONTEST! WIN Hand Made Soap

Featuring Hand Made Soap by Soap Deli (also known as Rebecca's Soap Delicatessen)

Soooo have I mentioned my addiction to hand made soap? If not, let me just tell you that I no longer buy commercially made soap if at all possible and will save up my pennies to make sure that I don't run out. I have super dry skin all winter long and I am here to tell you that hand made has cut my need for lotion in half. I can even skip a day (of lotion) and still not look like an alligator in 24 hours or less, and the smell oohh the smell of hand made soap is to die for. Seriously! So... to help spread the word on hand made soap I am having a contest give away.

SoapDeli has been kind enough to offer THREE bars of soap (1 of each) in these luscious flavors to one lucky winner. Too bad I can't enter my own contest lol!

SOUTHERN SWEET TEA SOAP
This soap is reminiscent of tea with lemon that is sweetened with a touch of honey. The scent is a blend of tea leaves, honey nectar, wild flowers, and lemongrass. The bar is naturally colored a light yellow from the addition of real lemongrass essential oil. Real tea leaves are dotted throughout the bar for visual interest and exfoliation. This soap rinses cleanly away and is all natural except for the fragrance. Vegan. Each bar weighs 4oz. - 4.5oz.

Yum!

LAVENDER AND BASIL SOAP
My Lavender and Basil Shea Butter soap has a clean, fresh scent that combines the summery aromas of lavender and basil. This soap is strongly scented so you are left with a light fragrance on your skin afterward. The soap rinses cleanly away and is all natural except for the fragrance. Each bar weighs 4oz. - 4.5oz.
I really want to try this one!

YUZU GOAT MILK SOAP
This yellow and orange colored soap is a cleanly scented blend of refreshing spring flowers highlighted by touches of Japanese Yuzu, tangy mandarin and sweet orange. Goat milk and shea butter make it feel especially nice on your skin. It is strongly scented so you are left with a light fragrance on your skin afterward. The soap rinses cleanly away and is all natural except for the fragrance. Each bar weighs 4oz. - 4.5oz.



HOW TO ENTER!
The important part lol! Go to SoapDeli's shop and take a look around. (be careful you may break down and buy some while looking lol). Come back here and leave a comment on which one of her soaps you like the best. Also leave a comment as to why you love hand made soap or why you would like to try hand made soap. I will randomly choose a winner on Sunday, January 25th, 2009 and SoapDeli will ship your soap to you. Please make sure that you leave me a contact email so I can notify you if you win and make shipping arrangements.

GOOD LUCK!

233 comments:

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pelecypods said...

One of my favorite soaps that you have is the lavender and the lemon scents.
I first used a hand made soap about 20 years ago that was made in California.
I fell in love with it.
I helped my grandmother make her own soap with lye and it could take the hair off you.
It sure got rid of fleas on a dog.
I make my own soap for gifts and to sell. But I also buy soaps that others make, can't make every scent.
ulalee1@hotmail.com.

Anonymous said...

I love the smell of lavender.So I picked as one my favorites the herbal lavender with shea butter.
My daughter and I have dry skin right now so I wouldl like to try handmade soap and see how well it would work for us. Thanks

Julie
jelaws5@aol.com

milk and cookeez said...

One of my favorite soap deli soaps is the lemon lavender. I am a buyer of rebecca's soaps. I feel that she makes the best cp soaps going. I make bath products, not cp soaps. I love the way handmade soaps make you feel. they feel real-no over foaming type bubbles, just a moisturizing lather that makes you feel clean and soft. I am a handmade soap convert-Im not going back, I cant bring myself to use store brands anymore.
tammyb@milkandcookeez.com

BethRe said...

Lavender and basil sounds great to me

Vicky H. said...

I like the Chocolate Cherry soap.

As corny as it may be, I like handmade soaps (and other products) because there's a lot of love/care put into them. I admire those who take the time to perfect their crafts and experiment with unique scents and styles.

lilnamekangelivy[at]aol[dot]com

lisagee said...

EVERGREEN FOREST SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER is one I'd like!

agordon10 said...

I'd likek Southern Sweet Tea Soap with Shea Butter

Anonymous said...

I've never tried handmade soap, but would love to
it just sounds lovely
My fav is Strawberry Champagne Soap with Shea and Cocoa Butters for Extra Dry Skin - Great for Eczema
KawaiiNeko2008 (at) aol (dot) com

DianaLynn said...

They all look wonderful, but I would love to try Pomegranate with Shea Butter. My skin is sensitive so I can't use regular soaps.

dlcwin AT gmail DOT com

Cheryl F said...

My favorite would be Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter, I like handmade soaps because I find unique scents in them,.

Kim said...

This looks EDIBLE enough!! Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter

loves3cats said...

Everything looks good enough to eat but I would love to try the Strawberry Champagne Soap with Shea and Cocoa Butters for Extra Dry Skin - Great for Eczema...love strawberries. Thanks for the great giveaway.

Kim said...

and I've always wanted to try handmade soap.. I have sensitive skin and wonder if it'd be better for me..

peg42 said...

I love handmade soaps. To me, a bar of handmade soap is a luxury that I really enjoy indulging in as a special treat.
My favorite soap on this site is the RASPBERRY AND VANILLA SOAP FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN WITH SHEA AND COCOA BUTTERS. This soap sounds so nice.
Thanks so much for this giveaway.

Mea Culpa Bath and Body said...

I better be the winner here!

LOVE LOVE LOVE the Lime Margarita Sal Bar...ooooo.....I think I cant stay in the bathroom with that one forever...no dirty thoughts please!

I tried for the first time homemade soap bar the other day and I was taken away - my skin was so soft, the bar lathered up beautifully!

mverno said...

the lemon sounds good . hand made soap has nicer scents

Linda W said...

the southern sweet tea sounds inmteresting and I like lavendae soaps too! Anything chocolare or vanilla is nice too!


frogz60@hotmail.com

lisakroll@live.com said...

Southern Sweet Tea-What could be better!

randio said...

I've never used hand made soap before, but I'd love to try it. The oatmeal& shea butter is the one for me.

deedleweedle said...

I've never tried homemade soaps, but I've always wanted to because people seem to talk so favorably about it and I love scented things. I think I'd love trying the Coconut Cream Pie soap.

cdziuba said...

OOOHH, I'd love to try the Pomegranate Soap with Shea Butter. cdziuba@aol.com

Erin h2o said...

Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter sounds delicious! ;)

besosforpesos said...

I like the sound of Southern Sweet Tea Soap with Shea Butter. Yum! I've never actually tried handmade soap, but I would LOVE to! First, I really do treasure handmade items and love crafty stuff...so it's way up my alley...but I imagine that handmade soap would be great for my skin, made with higher quality ingredients, and it's so attractive!

Stacie said...

COCONUT CREAM PIE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER looks like it would be good and I'm sure would smell divine. I like handmade soaps because they are higher quality and more unique scents.

Mimilynn said...

Vanilla Bean and Clove would be my favorite because I love those scents.

EDRing said...

I would love to try the Strawberry Champagne Soap wiyh Shea & Cocoa Butters for extra dry skin. I love handmade soaps because of the unigue scents you can't get anywhere else.

Ellen
eering99@hotmail.com

Fred01 said...

Lavender is one of my favourite garden scents and basil is really easy on the nose.nice combination.

rrshep said...

I love lavender soap because it's so relaxing and the basil adds a good smell to it.

Handmade soap is so much better for you without all the additives.

Lilly said...

I really like the Passion Flower Goat Milk Soap with Shea Butter.

Handmade Soaps are great because they look like candies to me.

Joy said...

Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter. There are alot to choose from. I think handmade soup is better for you than other soaps. Thaks for the chance.

Diana said...

Lemon Lavender sounds wonderful. I love handmade for the scents and it is more natural. I am tempted to always buy more. Wish I could use more to compensate for my soap shopping!

Kenna Rogers said...

My very most favorite soap is the Southern Sweet Tea Soap with Shea Butter! Thank you so much for the giveaway!

kennarog@aol.com

Tiffany said...

Cocoanut cream pie sounds wonderful. Also Strawberry champagne. I have very dry skin, so I need something that moisturizes well.

mckenziesmother@hotmail.com

mom2anutball said...

I love handmade soap, I want to learn how to make it so bad. I love how it makes my skin feel! I really like the Raspberry and Vanilla Soap, it sounds so yummy!

Jess V. said...

I wold like to try her handmade soaps because I like to support local or mom and pop businesses instead of big companies.

MOMFOREVERANDEVER said...

love homemade less chemicals and more care- giving also small busineeses my business instead of money into huge corps- sweet tea looks my favorite

kendra22 said...

STRAWBERRY CHAMPAGNE SOAP...love to support those that make homemade soaps and I think the quality is superb to stores ! thns for the opp

Meaghan F. said...

Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter sounds really nice. I love homemade soaps because they have a better feel than those made in a factory. Also, I like knowing I'm helping a small business owner.

Carolyn G said...

Oh I love the grapefruit twist salt soap.

danosor said...

I love handmade soap.I am a subscriber.

Skiffywife said...

That Southern Sweet Tea is for me. I've tried the heat and pour soap and it's a lot of work. I admire those that have the skills

Stacey said...

Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter

Beverley said...

HERBAL LAVENDER SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER - ALL NATURAL

My favorite scent, and shea butter, too.

susan1215 said...

My favorite would be Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter,I like homeade soaps because they are more natural and have a lot of different scents.

Lauren in TN said...

lavender and basil sounds good.
I like that someone put love and time in to making it!

lauren
croasla0(at)sewanee.edu

barbara said...

my favorite is coconut cream pie soap. I like the idea of handmade soap because they can offer so much more then the mass market.


barbaraeford@yahoo.com

elkaye said...

I love handmade soaps because the ingredients are natural and they are made with care. I'd like to try them all, especially the Lavender and Basil Shea Butter soap.

elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

Anonymous said...

Patchouli soap with shea butter!
is the BEST!

I love patchouli, it strengthenes the nerves, very powerful. I would love to try this soap
Sam
lion_king_god@live.ca

Paige said...

I'd like the Vanilla Bean and Clove Soap.

galeogirl(at)comcast(dot)net

Twinkleears said...

I would love to try STRAWBERRY CHAMPAGNE SOAP WITH SHEA AND COCOA BUTTERS. Would be great for my dry skin

mar said...

Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter is the Soap I would like to try. I like handmade soaps, because I know what ingredients go into them.

Anonymous said...

i have never tried handmade soap but i love all things natural and organic! the yuzu goats milk looks yummy smelly!

shortstack2402@sbcglobal.net

chromiumman said...

Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter

Tracy said...

Just this week I tried the Juicy Grapefruit Soap and fell in love with it! It lathered up so well, and left my skin lightly scented and so very soft. Mass produced soaps have never lathered as well as the one I tried from Rebecca's Soap Delicatessen.

roswell said...

i love anything that smeels like lemon so the lemon lavender would be my pick i have been a fan of handmade soaps for years and have never been disappointed very nice giveaway

outtalent said...

the Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter is my favorite - outtalent@aol.com

Deborah said...

One of the soaps I'd like to try is the Appalachian Trail Soap. I'm interested in hand-made soaps because they contain ingredients that I understand, and they're very unique looking.

ky2here said...

That french vanilla pear is exquisite.

heylookamidget said...

The raspberry and Vanilla sounds wonderful since I have dry skin, and handmade soaps are the best-they're all I use. They last forever and really moisturize.

sweepmom said...

I have yet to use any of her soaps but the Lemon Verbena Salt bar sounds wonderfu. I love homemade soaps with their unusual scents and the luxurios way they feel on my skin.

pms3237 said...

Hand made soap is much better than the run of the mill, off the shelf brands, I love the southern sweet tea with shea butter & the coconut cream pie with shea butter.

Kay Sommers said...

my fiance has pimples on his back and i wonder if that would clear up by using handmade soap! i'd like to send these soaps to my fiance's house in Illinois if i win this contest =D i don't know which one would be suitable for his skin, but he'd prefer unscented, so it's probably that Unscented Oatmeal and Shea Butter soap and he likes donuts so that Frosted Donut Soap might give him a giggle. ooooooooo.. found this PATCHOULI SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER is recommended for acne! sweet! :D i really hope i could win this! :DDDD

toughturtles said...

Pomegranate with Shea Butter

Jean said...

My favorite would be the STRAWBERRY CHAMPAGNE SOAP WITH SHEA AND COCOA BUTTERS FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN - GREAT FOR ECZEMA


I love handmade soaps, because they are so good for your skin, especially if it's dry, like mine

clynsg said...

I love the scent of lavender, so those soaps would be my favorites. I prefer handmade soaps for several reasons, but one is definitely the variety of scents available--they smell so good!

clynsg at yahoo.com

Sharon Harmon said...

I would love to have my husband try the BAY RUM GENTLEMANS SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER because the scent would be just luscious on him and the shea butter would be good for his itchy skin! I want to try homemade soaps because I think they would be better for my dry skin and I really believe homemade soaps are better because they don't have so many chemicals. Thank you for the contest!
txgigggles@yahoo.com

trishden said...

My favorite that I would like to try is the Lavender and Basil Shea Butter soap. It sounds so luxurious. I have tried homemade and love it so much that I have borrowed two books at the library to teach me how to make my own. Does sound a little involved and the lye aspect sounds intimidating to me, but I will keep studying. Thanks for a great giveaway!

Tisa said...

I love handmade soaps! ~ :) MY favorite is Coconut Cream Pie soap! Yummy! THanks!

acmilan68 [at] aol.com

Tamra said...

My favorite soap is the Lime Margarita soap. We have had a string of cold weather here in Vermont and I'd love to drift away thinking of warmer weather with the soap.
I love using handmade soap because it gives me a good feeling of helping another small business - not to mention the quality is far better!
http://withourhands.artfire.com

Damla said...

I like LAVENDER MINT SOAP FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN WITH SHEA AND COCOA BUTTERS.

annabell_lee_dk (at) yahoo.com

Tina12312 said...

I would love to try the lime margarita salt bar. Thank you!

puye said...

I like to win

EILEEN said...

STRAWBERRY CHAMPAGNE SOAP WITH SHEA AND COCOA BUTTERS FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN - GREAT FOR ECZEMA

eatien at yahoo dot com

tarahsfoodreviews said...

The Pomegranate Soap with Shea Butter - I'm a huge pomegranate fan - love it!

Tarah
tarah716[at]ymail.com

Karen said...

Love lemon scented soap :)

ktgonyea at gmail.com

llinda29 said...

LAVENDER AND BASIL SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER is my favorite. I like handmade soaps because they are different.

Margaret said...

I like the fact that they dont dry your skin out and that the fragance is herbal.I have never tried home made soap, but would like too.

Lissa said...

I have a wish list of faves, however I just addded PATCHOULI SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER to the list. I think it would be good for my teenage boys.Thanks for the great giveaway.

kissmyirishlass(at)yahoo(dot)com

Anonymous said...

I'd love to try Pomegranate Soap with Shea Butter.

adr1001025[at]msn.com

gkstratos said...

Southern Sweet Tea Soap w/Shea Butter sounds great. I love the artisan qualities of handmade soap.
gkstratos@yahoo.com

llinda29 said...

I like lavendae soaps and I like these soaps because they are different

Purplepixiepop said...

The chocolate cherry sounds like heaven!!! Honestly I have never tried homemade soaps so I cant really give an honest opinion! Thanks for a great contest!!!!!!!

Sue S said...

Ok. It's the patchouli soap with shea butter. What can I say...I'm a child of the 70's. When I drag myself out of bed in the morning, walk into the shower and use a soap that smells so good it makes the day start just a little bit easier. Some days I linger in the shower letting the luscious fragrance of my handmade soap fill the shower and let memories of the 70's wash over me. Oh, what a time I had....back in the day.

409cope said...

I love the sounds of the Strawberry Champagne Soap with Shea and Cocoa Butters the most. I like the purity of handmade soaps. cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

Brandy said...

Vanilla Bean Soap with Cloves sounds divine for the winter!

Larkspur said...

Homemade soap is such a luxury. Since I'm scintillated by citrus I'd choose Lemon Verbena or the Lime Margarita Salt Bar.

samhainschimera said...

The patchouli soap with shea butter! I'm a sucker for anything patchouli, I was born in the wrong generation! :P I love handmade things, you can sense the time and love each piece was made with instead of falling off an assembly line. Thank you for the giveaway!

Nancy said...

I like the Falling for You Soap for extra-dry skin. It sounds very soothing! I also like hand-made soap because of the human element: it's carefully and lovingly made by hand by caring people, not by a huge machine or two or three!

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

idahomom said...

Pomegranate with Shea Butter might help my dry skin.

catinalife said...

I just tried Deli's wonderful soaps and I love them, I will never go back to store bought again. It was my first time, oh...how sad...but...I am already looking at her Strawberry Champagne bars..how many baths and showers do I have to take to get there....Joy aka catinalife

msrodeobrat said...

the RASPBERRY AND VANILLA SOAP FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN WITH SHEA AND COCOA BUTTERS sounds wonderful! I would like to try it because i have never used handmade soap before and have super dry skin. I have to apply lotion a couple of times a day and it still feels itchy. I would love to see if handmade soap could help a bit.

Dumaurier said...

I like the sound of the Raspberry and Vanilla soap. I think handmade soap is way better than mass market soap because its made in much smaller batches so the quality control is always top-notch.

sfyates said...

I like cranberry spice and unscented goat milk soaps.

Belinda said...

I would love to try the Pomegranate Soap with Shea Butter. I love homemade soaps because they make my skin feel softer and you can find them in so many wonderful scents.
Thanks!
1bmore @ gmail . com

paryjeja said...

I lke the HOT APPLE PIE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER. Homemade/handmade soap makes my skin feel better after using it.

HopelesslyDeb said...

All of Rebecca's soaps sound delicious. I also love handmade bath products. I'm fairly new to handmade and have only tried Lush's soaps. I'd love to find a small business owner to give my business to!

Anonymous said...

I just love your soaps!! It's so difficult to pick just one. Going with the Lavender and Sage. Also, the Bayberry and Shea Butter.
Thanks for your contests!

sayos11 at yahoo dot com

Sandy said...

I'd like to try the MANGO RASPBERRY ICE SOAP WITH GOAT MILK AND SHEA BUTTER.

I love handmade soaps because they can enhance the whole room with their scents, they look terrific, and they make my skin feel great.

angelacisco said...

I like the cotton candy goatmilk soap with she butter best. I have never used hand made soap and would love to try it out because all the soap bars I have bought from the store allways leave me with a sticky feeling.

Elephant Dance said...

Her soaps are just wonderful! wow!

i love lavender so this one got my fancy: http://www.artfire.com/modules.php?name=ViewListing&product_id=56757

Caly's Jewelry Creations said...

I had a tough time deciding if I liked pomegranate or lime margarita...then decided they'd be really great together...Pomegranate Lime Margarita...!! I love the no preservatives fresh feeling of handmade soap...! I've been drooling over her soap for some time now...!

sasha said...

Hi,
My favorite soap was really hard to pick. Just one? It is so hard to pick just one. But I think the one like the best is the lemon verbena salt bar. Possibly the lime margarita salt bar. They were tied. I think they might be really good for my skin. I went with them for healing and moisturizing reasons.

I want to try a handmade soap because I never have. It is a luxury I would love to try. I think it would be better for my skin. The list of ingredients sure looks a whole lot better.

thank you

sashalynn666@hotmail.com

Jo Hoffacker said...

I just adore the goat milk soap!

Larissa said...

Hey there, I would have to say that the soap I was given at Christmas time was the first time I've tried homemade soap and I just it. Sonja I have to agree with you in that it's like bathing in lotion. It doesn't leave your skin feeling dry at all. I really would like to try the Lavendar & Basil and the Strawberry Champagne for my kids as both have quite dry skin.

rosidentevil said...

thank you for the great contest
enter me please
The Strawberry Champagne Soap is my favorite
seesessel (at) gmail (dot) com

Fo-Shizzle! said...

I have at least three favorites: Herbal Lavender, Raspberry and Vanilla and Lavender and Basil. MMMmmmmmm!!!!!!

I was one who (through most of my life) had to use Ivory soap. Everything else I had ever tried made me break out is some sort of rash. It wasn't until a few years ago - when I traveled to Texas - I stayed with a family in which the mother handmade their soaps. After telling her about my trials and tribulations with different soaps, she pleaded with me to try hers -- guaranteeing it would not make me look like a blotchy lobster. I gave in. The soap smelled wonderful and was incredibly moisturizing. And guess what? No rash!! From that day on, I have only bought and used handmade soaps. And I haven't been "blotchy" since! :)

mogrill said...

The coconut cream pie sounds good!!

jennem said...

My favorite item at Rebecca's Soap Deli is the Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter. I like handmade soaps because each is unique.
Jennifer, jennem22 at yahoo dot com

Dave Robertson said...

Awesome contest. There's going to be one very lucky winner of that great soap. I'm not going to enter because I'm at work, but...

Can I mention our contest on Rings & Things' blog? It's all about "My Favorite Crafting Space", and all you have to do to enter is go leave a comment there.

Everyone's invited to enter! :)

--Dave
at Rings & Things

Nickolay said...

The Lemon Lavender sounds awesome

jason@allworldautomotive.com

sharonjo said...

I have tried in the past with mixed results to make homemade soap! I love it! I like the Lemon Lavender and the Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter best! Thanks!

Anonymous said...

I love the patchouli soap with shea butter. It is difficult to find patchouli scented products these days and handmade soaps ALWAYS smell and perform better than the products you find in stores

amyturner@juno.com

Gabriel said...

I really like the Lemon Lavender, sounds great!

legab67156 (at) gmail (dot) com

hazel said...

I love the Coconut Cream Pie Soap with Shea Butter soap.
mitanari[at]yahoo[dot]com

Cynthya said...

I'd love to try the VANILLA BUTTERCREAM SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER. I like handmade soaps because of the variety and the high quality. Thanks for the giveaway!

jsc123 said...

The Coconut Cream Pie would be my favorite of all the scents.
Wow there are so many to choose from !
I would love to try this soap as I have super sensitive skin and can have not found anything commercially that I can use without developing a rash.
Thank you so much for offering this wonderful giveaway.

jessica a said...

the goat milk soap with shea butter sounds great.
i have never tried handmade soap-but i love to try new things.
imjessica(at)mail(dot)com

eclipse said...

My current favorite is the unscented goats milk, because that's what I am using in my shower right now and it's awesome.
But when I open the sunflower for dry skin, or "falling for you" xtra dry skin, those might become my new favorites.
I am a soapdeli customer, I bought 6 soaps before Christmas, some were supposed to be gifts but I ended up keeping 4 for myself. (the two lucky recipients of the gifts were also very pleased) I have very dry and sensitive skin, and I have eczema, so when I saw all the different soaps that Rebecca has for dry skin, I was so happy. Like a kid in a candy store!
My favorite ingredients I look for: goats milk, shea butter, cocoa butter, olive oil, oatmeal
I just started using handmade soap last year and my skin problems have improved SO MUCH since I switched, OMG, I will never go back to storebought. I hardly even have to use lotion anymore. I wish I had discovered this years ago. I don't even consider it a luxury, it is a NECESSITY for me now. If anyone has not tried handmade soap, I cannot recommend it highly enough.

sandyy456 said...

I'd love to try her Strawberry Champagne Soap with Shea and Cocoa Butters. I love homemade soaps because they smell so much better than what they sell in stores.

terri142 said...

I think the chocolate cherry soap would be great

AllieOop said...

I would love to try the Strawberry Champagne soap--I prefer handmade soap because of the quality ingredients used (non caustic), the variety offered, and the care with which the soap is made. I was a soapmaker, certainly not in Rebecca's class, so I know what it takes to make quality handmade soap. Her soaps are great. Thanks for the giveaway.

JosieMFTP said...

HEllO , MY NAMES JOSIE.

I just bought a soap and it so happens that it was the first one on the page. I love the fruit pomergranent, and with a touch of shea butter makes it even better. My first experience from using natural soaps was in puerto rico. As i was walking down 'tourist island' a lady had all these colorful items, as i approached i noticed what they were, i bought a couple of them. The flavors of aloe which i still havent tried and my favorite soaps ever, one made with oat meal and the second with pepermint. Although these soaps had those materials in the soap. It so go0d i love it

Josiemarie718@gmail.com

Dana said...

Strawberry Champagne Soap with Shea and Cocoa Butters for Extra Dry Skin and the Southern Sweet Tea one.

flyergal82@yahoo.com

janehixon said...

the Lime Margarita Salt Bar is my favorite.....there is just no comparison between handmade and commercially produced soap.....lovely scents, luxurious lathers, natural ingredients!

bohemiangypsy said...

I think my favorite is the SOUTHERN SWEET TEA SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER. I do like the Falling For You, but it has synthetic fragrance, and I am sensitive to chemically made fragrances. We use handmade soaps and all natural shampoos. I would never want to go back to the commercial stuff. Thanks.

Carla said...

My favourite is the LEMON SPICE CHEFS SOAP WITH COFFEE AND SHEA BUTTER. It looks delicious. I'm afraid I might eat it though ;)

My SIL used to make soap and I have been addicted to homemade soap ever since. It just feels so wholesome, and as an added benefit it doesn't disappear in the soap dish like store bought.

Christy said...

My favorite is southern sweet tea soap with shea butter.

Karen said...

I love handmade soaps. My favorite is the Raspberry & Vanilla. Thanks for the great giveaway.

asmgsk at gmail dot com

wendy said...

I like the orange and cinnamon shea soap and I love handmade soaps because they are so pretty.

madamerkf at aol dot com

JosieMFTP said...

i REALIZED I DIDNT SAY WHICH SOAP I WANTED ... I WANT SOUTHERN SWEET TEA <3

ihchicky said...

I'd love to try the
CHOCOLATE MINT SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER. It sounds fabulous. I must say, you are right, it is very tempting to buy something... :D

dani said...

nice, ive been to her shop before and the southern sweet tea still has me curious!

Charlene said...

STRAWBERRY CHAMPAGNE SOAP WITH SHEA AND COCOA BUTTERS FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN. I've never tried handmade soap before, so I'd like to see how well it works.

c said...

The French Vanilla Pear hand soap looks great and I bet it smells great too! I love handmade soaps because they seem to have a greater variety of scents and appearance. Makes it more fun to shop for!

1993wel said...

I really like the cinnamon and sage soap. Smells great!

Erma said...

I love handmade soaps, because they are so good for your skin. I love Lavender. Thanks for the chance to win.
erma.hurtt@sbcglobal.net

joannaonthelake said...

All of Rebecca's Soap sound like they smell so amazing! I would love to try any one of them, but at the top of my list is the SAGE AND CINNAMON SOAP FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN. This combination of scents sounds so unique and I would love to have this fragrance permeate through my bathroom as I am showering to give me a "wow" feeling! I love handmade products because they are made with much heart and soul and are always so much more unique than what you find in the traditional commercial marketplace. I also love to support the artist and creators behind these wonderful products. Thank you for the opportunity to enter.
joannaonthelake@gmail.com

pantslearson said...

I'd like to try the blueberry muffin soap because I've never had homemade soap, I would believe it's less harsh on your skin.
pantslearson@yahoo.com

Jean F said...

The EXFOLIMINT PEPPERMINT FOOT SOAP looks amazing!

Anonymous said...

The lemon lavendar sounds really yummy and a good energy scent.

Thank you for the information and review. lynninkamloops@gmail.com

guru said...

I love lavendar, too! I remember when my grandmother would make soap. I would wash my hair with it and it always looked so shiny and soft. I would love to try your soap.

arvard said...

I love handmade soaps and would like to try Southern Sweet Tea Soap with Shea Butter.

James Nickerson said...

I don't think it's just me but hand made soap just feels better on my skin and would love to try some more hand made soap. My scent I like would be lavender and basil, what a great combo!

tabbah@hotmail.com

imaclutz89 said...

I like the POMEGRANATE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER.

imaclutz89 said...

I like the POMEGRANATE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER.

Kat C. said...

I would love to try the POMEGRANATE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER.

I really love handmade soaps, they're safer and you know exactly whats in them. Also, the scents are unique and would last the whole day =)

katch05(at)gmail(dot)com

bison61 said...

I picked the
FALLING FOR YOU SOAP FOR EXTRA DRY SKIN. I like all the different scents of the hand made soaps

tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

TXsunlover said...

I like the Patchouli with Shea Butter. I like handmade soaps because of the wonderful and unique scents that aren't available in regular soaps.
Thanks for the chance to win!
proudyaya04 {at} yahoo {dot} com

Scott said...

I think I would like the Southern Sweet Tea soap-just because I like food inspired scents. I love hand made soap because it's an easy way to treat yourself, and support small business at the same time.
kaytewatts AT aol DOT com

Wei said...

Lavender and Basil Shea Butter soap is my favorite and I always wanted to try home made soap just to see if my skin can feel the difference between those big name brand ones.

Anonymous said...

Blueberry Muffin Soap; the individuality of homemade products is a joy!

theyyyguy@yahoo.com

Victoria said...

I love the orange and cinnamon soap. I like hand made soap because it feels so much more natural and don't feel as harsh on the skin. utgal2004 [at]yahoo[dot]com

jojoanddash said...

I like the coconut cream pie soap with shea butter.
I love homemade soap because most of it is made without the use of chemicals and usually smells better and moisturizes better than store bought soap. I would love to give her soap a try.

jojoanddash@yahoo.com

djolsen said...

I got so caught up in reading the names of the soaps I had to stop and get a snack. Beautiful! I finally picked The Lavender and Vanilla soap with shea butter

k-team said...

The vanilla bean and clove soap must smell sooo good! I like handmade soap because they smell and look great, too. Thanks!

Annemarie said...

The Rosemary Mint Soap with Shea Butter is wonderful!! I always feel cleaner and softer after using handmade soap than using what stores sell as "soap".

annemarie562000(at)yahoo(dot)com

Linda said...

I like the Almond and Oatmeal soap. I would like to try handmade soap because I have very dry skin.

Anonymous said...

So many of the soaps looked wonderful but I narrowed my favorite down to Falling For You for Extra Dry Skin. As a big time gardener this would be wonderful in the warmer months. Also, with three dogs and a cat I am forever washing my hands before working on jewelry. My hands take a beating year round. extra moisture would be great...and the scent sounds delish!
hol0605@yahoo.com

Renee G said...

I'd love to try the Lime Margarite Soap Bar for dry skin. I have really dry hands and I'd like to see if it can help my hands.

rsgrandinetti@yahoo(dot)com

Candie said...

I like the Lavender and Basil soap. Thank you

candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

pancak said...

I would like to try the Citrus and Cilantro Goat Milk Soap...mmm! I think there's something pretty special about those who take the time and energy to craft fine versions of items that are otherwise mass-produced and easily available. There's no substitute for quality and caring; that's why I like handmade soaps.

andrea said...

Hi my name is Andrea and I am a diabetic and can no longer eat sweets. After looking over your soaps I thought what a wonderful way to enjoy sweets again. My favorites would have to be frosted donut, hot apple pie and southern sweet tea....oh how I miss my tea!!
Thanks for the opportunity to win these soaps.
koalalover00@windstream.net

Michelle said...

ALMOND AND OATMEAL SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER is a fabulous scent: warm, rich, nuturing and pleasing to the senses.

I love handmade soap because it's not drying to my skin, because it feels and smells luxurious, and it's often beautiful looking. Handmade soap combines form and function.

liliesrnice said...

I'd like to try the lime margarita salt bar. i like handmade soap because they really help my dry skin by not stripping it.

Betty C said...

It looks like there are too many wonderful scents to choose just one. I would love to try the Coconut Cream Pie Soap. I'm a sucker for anything coconut and the photo looks so beautiful.
Hand made soaps look so much smoother and silkier than store brands.

Storm, The Psychotic Housewife said...

The French Vanilla Pear Soap with Shea Butter looks wonderful! I prefer handmade soap because it doesn't have all the yucky extas commerical soap can have!

stormraven at gmail dot com

ladycat713 said...

I'd like to try the vanilla bean and clove soap.

ladycat713@yahoo.com

Samantha P said...

the POMEGRANATE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER sounds awesome! i love handmade soap because it's so different from regular soap, and it always has an amazing smell to it!

lovebeingamom said...

Homemade soap is the best soap in the world. You always have that clean feeling after using it and it is so hypoallergenic! I love the Southern Sweet Tea as I live in the south where sweet tea is a everyday staple!!

john ferris said...

I would like to try the coconut cream pie soap.

pugsley085 said...

Lime margarita Salt Bar is my favorite

mtonyx@aol.com

Suzanne said...

CHOCOLATE MINT SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER...doesn't that sound delicious? I'd like to try this soap because I think it would give me an alternative (less fattening) way to enjoy chocolate! I would like to try handmade soap to see if it is kinder to my skin.

Suzanne R.
slreichel@comcast.net

Chris said...

I love the southern sweet tea with shea butter & the coconut cream pie with shea butter.

KLM39 said...

I love lavender scents. I like homemade soap because it is very rich and you feel like you've given yourself a special treat!

mgster said...

I would love to try the Blueberry Muffin Soap! Why? Because it sounds delicious and right now I am hungry! :) But really, I have tried handmade soaps and nothing you can buy at the market can compare. And I love the way they look in my powder room. I was given a bar of lavender soap a friend made and everyone who used it commented on how pretty it was and how they enjoyed washing their hands with it.

Luck Happens said...

My favorite soap (for today) would be COCONUT CREAM PIE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER. Believe it or not, it is my husband who is the big handmade soap fan. He literally will use nothing else...I get captivated by the smell.

Thanks for the chance to win!

kellifrobinson2 AT gmail DOT com

Anonymous said...

coconut cream pie
lavender
goats milk and
omg...chocolate cherry.
love handmade soaps....
they look awesome, smell great and the lack of harsh chemicals is perfect for the whole family!!!

laurieoona@yahoo.com

tlcfromtn said...

COCONUT CREAM PIE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER sounds good to me. Thanks!

braaisjo at gmail dot com

Timster said...

One of my favorite soaps that you have is the lavender and the lemon scents.

Tammy said...

I think I'd like to try the POMEGRANATE SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER -- I love handmade soaps because I know that most are made with natural ingredients, they smell so good, lather nice and I'm helping support a small business(usually!)

Diana D said...

My favorite essence would be the lavender and basil. Thanks for having the wonderful giveaway.

dianad8008 AT gmail DOT com

Anonymous said...

I am on hemodialysis and my skin is suffering from it. So far no commerical lotion or soap has helped. I would love to try your Orange Cinnmon soap.

ohio45601@roadrunner.com

Emily said...

The citrus and cilantro soap sounds great!

ecibelli(at)wellesley(dot)edu

cirrus1701 said...

I vote for the Appalachian Trail Soap.

I hiked parts of the Appalachian Trail in Vermont and New Hampshire. In just reading the description, memories have flooded back. I can still smell the scents in the backcountry. The earthy scent of the trees and dirt around the campsite...the hot, dry air on top of a mountain that you just spent the last 5 hours climbing...when you think you can't go any farther and then you are hit with the smell of an oasis-water and the most beautiful flowers ever created.

(Sorry. I have very good memories of my hiking days. :) )

rlgrady said...

My favorite is the LIME MARGARITA SALT BAR. I have never tried hand made soap. I really would like to, because of all the interesting scents, and moisturing ingredients.

Thanks!

rlgrady[at]yahoo[dot]com

theolotto said...

I would like to try the lavender with shea butter soap. handmade soaps don't have all those chemicals in them so they're better than store bought.

theolotto said...

I like lavender with shea butter hand made soaps because they have less chemicals.

TH said...

I would like to try the falling for you soap. My family has really dry skin, and this sounds like the perfect soap to use.

Reason why I like hand made soap, because the ingrediants are all natural and I know what is in them.

John Deal said...

I like the sound of Coconut Cream Pie with Shea Butter, although using it would probably make me hungry. I think hand-made soaps make unique and appreciated gifts. AztecFeller@aol.com

dani said...

I would like to try the hot apple pie soap. I have nevver tried handmade soap and would love to see how it makes my skin feel.

Tisa said...

My favorite sopa would be the LAVENDER AND VANILLA SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER!

I love hand made soap as I know all the ingredients that went into making it! ~ :)

sounders68 [at] gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I love the smell of basil and lavender so I think I would like to try that one. I've made some glycerin soaps before. My husband likes to shave with them. It makes his face soooo soft.

amynhtown@yahoo.com

purango said...

French Vanilla Pear Soap with Shea Butter is my favorite. I love handmade soap because it is natural without any added chemicals. garrettsambo@aol.com

silverbele said...

Vanilla soap is my favorite

Becky said...

I would love to try the
LEMON SPICE CHEFS SOAP WITH COFFEE AND SHEA BUTTER because I love things that 'wake up' my skin. Now why do I like homemade soaps?? I guess the variety you can get and they feel nice and NATURAL..and to be honest I haven't found any that leave my skin feeling 'soapy'

Ingrid said...

I would like to try the Pomegrate Soap with Shea Butter. I like the softness you feel after washing your hands with homemade soaps, unlike the days gone by - nearly 50 years ago when I used to help my grandmother make soap in the old black wash pots that was too harsh to do anything with except wash clothes by hand, outside. Thanks.

embracelove@care2.com said...

You had me at Chocolate Frosted Doughnut. I like handmade sopas because I prefer to support smaller companies and smaller companies are not afraid to try new scents.

lisawonbig said...

EVERGREEN FOREST SOAP WITH SHEA BUTTER sounds great.

I fell in love with homemade soap when I was going through chemo. AI mentioned to a cousin how irritated my skin was. She sent me enough homemade sopa to last the rest of the year! It was great!

tsslug said...

coconut cream soap would be my choice.
God bless

Sunday said...

O lord have mercy! All of these soaps sound good enough to EAT. I think one of the most delicious soaps I'd love to try is the Lime Margarita Soap Bar for Extra Dry Skin. I DO have troubles with my extra dry and itchy skin, and I'd love to sooth it while smelling like a margarita!! Thanks so much for the chance to win!

sundayminimalist@yahoo.com

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