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All About… Haiku

“Haiku” was inspired by a friend who has lived in Japan for decades. He told me how popular activated charcoal soaps were in Japan–so I just had to try it! Haiku makes a great facial soap: along with activated charcoal and raw honey, I chose rice bran oil–rich in vitamins,…

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All About… Cold Snap

Cold Snap was one of the first soaps I ever made. I was inspired by–what else? Winter here in Upstate. Just when you think it’s over… Wham! Flurries on March 27. Yes indeed. It’s a bright, sunny day today. With flurries coming down. Even if winter isn’t your favorite season,…

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All About… Malka: Dead Sea Salt & Rose Clay Soap

The Dead Sea, also called the Salt Sea, may be one of the world’s first spas. For millennia, royalty from Egypt, Israel, Greece, and Rome enjoyed and extolled the healing virtues of this unique natural spa. A soak in the Dead Sea is said to help rheumatic conditions and osteoarthritis, common…

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All About… After the Garden

One reason to have a business blog is to let you know the whys and hows of what I make. So in a series of posts, I’m going to talk about my soaps and balms, and let you get up close and personal with them. Seems appropriate, right? After all,…