Friday, November 2, 2012

D'lish Soap Factory (Review)


With Christmas right around the corner, our thoughts turn to making a list and checking it twice. Trying to find the perfect gift for that special somebody can often be difficult. This year, I'm trying to give some really nice, handmade gifts.... and since I'm a total loser when it comes to hand making stuff, I've left it up to the pros. 

 

One of my favorite new finds is the D'lish Soap Factory. D'lish Soap Factory is the brainchild of Tara and George. Tara has been making soaps for about 5 years and her recent line of yummy soap cakes and cupcakes for about a year. 

While hanging out at her family's bakery one afternoon, she noticed the icing her Mom was using to frost cupcakes had the same consistency as her soap "batter" and a lightbulb went off. She confiscated some pastry bags and went home and began the task of perfecting her soap cakes and cupcakes. To her amazement, it actually worked! She practiced until she got it just right, and boy did she! These soaps look and smell good enough to eat!!! 

The soaps are made in the cold process of soap making. They contain all natural ingredients including coconut oil, palm oil, grapeseed oil, castor oil, jojoba oil, lanolin oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, mango butter, olive oil, corn oil and many other quality ingredients. These soaps take only an hour to make, but take 3 to 4 weeks to cure. 

There are soooo many wonderfully yummy soaps to choose from, there's no way you could ever settle on one. With Holiday scents such as,

 Elf Sweat Gourmet Soap Slice


This magical Christmas fragrance is a bubbly blend of candy, candy canes, candy corn, syrup with effervescence spicy soda pop bubbles to provide a unique happy top note!
(I personally loooove this one, it smells like bubblegum and soda)
This fragrance is simply amazing! Beginning with top notes of lemon, orange and bergamot; middle notes of ginger, nutmeg, honey and clove; and well-balanced base notes of vanilla bean and cocoa. This soap cake slice is decorated with confetti sprinkles and a dot candy and is packaged with ribbon and tag for gift giving. 

  The aroma of freshly baked English scones with hints of strawberry, coconut, raspberry, and blackberries. This is a very warm bakery scent! 

                                                                 I am in love with these soaps! They would look great setting out on the bathroom counter, in a nice decorative soap dish, or even just by themselves. They add a nice bit of whimsy and an awesome scent to a not so whimsical room of your home. Priced at around $7.99 a bar, you can actually afford to grab a couple, one for you and one for a gift. If you hurry, you can get a $20 gift card for only $10.   (this offer is good for 1 week only) The soaps come individually packaged in cute little cake or cupcake boxes and you can even smell 'em before you open the box!!!  D'lish Soap Factory also carries a ton of other bath gifts, such as bath bombs, felted and glycerin soaps, massage bars, body frosting and they offer special order soaps too for party favors or shower gifts. You can check out D'lish Soap Factory on the web and on Facebook for more pics and ordering info. 


Disclaimer: I received the above mentioned products to facilitate my review. I was not monetarily compensated for this review nor was I under any obligation to write a positive review. My opinions are my own and yours may differ.





4 comments:

Mendy Boyd said...

Oh how cute! Wonder if the kids would try to eat it? lol

Niki said...

Girl, I loooove theses soaps! I was gonna give one to my Mom for Christmas, but I think I'm gonna keep it for myself!!! lol I don't even wanna use 'em, they look so cute just setting out.
Yes, Micah wanted a bite, til I told him it was soap. I definitely think a kid might try to eat it, it looks and smells so delish!

April said...

These are too cute!! And I know my kids, even though they are teenagers, would be the first ones to attempt to eat them!

Niki said...

I was tempted to taste it myself lol... It looks so yummy and smells amazing!

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