Goodness! What a kerfuffle I have been experiencing the past week. As the saying goes the forwarder I go, the behinder I get!
What with tidying up our production room (MAJOR project), making soap, and getting some extremely helpful tutelage regarding FaceBook, in addition to all the daily activities of a wife, pet mother, and farmer must attend to, I have let valuable time slip away without announcing this month’s Savon du Mois. Whew! So without further eloquence, let me introduce our three St. Patrick’s Day-themed soap offerings.
Our first soap is named in honor of one Sean Thornton’s Irish homestead (from the classic John Ford film, The Quiet Man). White O’Morn Soap is made with Shea butter, which helps with cell reparation. Activated charcoal and Zeolite clay are natural colourants, but are also great for oily skin. The addition of poppy seeds not only adds visual interest, but also gentle exfoliation. A strapping 5-ounce bar is $10.
next, is our Celtic Spring Bubble Bath Fizzies. Aloe extract moisturises, but this is a DOUBLE-acting fizzy AND bubble maker for twice the fun in the tub! As we “March” into Spring, the apropos green fragrance will make you yearn for the first buds of the new season! A bag of five Fizzies is $6.
Finally, we couldn’t leave March without a traditional glass of St. Patrick’s Day green beer. So in honor of St. Patrick, who drove the snakes from Ireland (truly?), we present our Wigs on the Green Beer Soap (or should it be Whigs?)! No matter, our glass of beer soap topped with a head of soap “foam” is made with real beer, and skin quenching cocoa and Shea butters. With a honey ale scent, you won’t want to get out of the tub or shower in a hurry! Five ounce “glass” of beer soap is $8.
Continuing our Savon du Mois tradition, take 10 percent off when you purchase all three. Just type in “SHAMROCK” in the discount space at checkout.
I leave you with these wise words from an Irish friend. Fear not the wrath that ails you. For there is always a brighter side to every story, and you can make a difference, if you only try. In addition, from the old hymn, count your blessings, count them one by one, and see what God has done!
Día Beannacht Leat,