Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Frosted Evergreen

Frosted Evergreen.... I love the sound of that; green soap is very popular and I don't think I make enough green soaps! So I wanted to do something swirly, green and frosty .. something that made you think of a walk in a green forest during Winter, with crisp snow underfoot, crunching as you go. 

As always I use my favourite combo of Sweet Almond & Golden Olive oils with lots of creamy Cocoa Butter ... and then added the Triple Milk formula of Yogurt, Buttermilk & Goatsmilk for incredibly creamy lather and Kaolin clay to help clarify even the most sensitive of skins .. and, of course, we always use our favourite Tussah Silk.  Why? Because, believe it or not, actually silk does add a really wonderful silkiness to the soap, a lovely glide. 

The fragrance is divine ... a fresh, spicy blend of crisp pine needles, spiced with notes of clove, cinnamon & pimento on a base of cool fir balsam & precious woods - a fresh air walk in the woods! It has to smelt to be believed.

Making Frosted Evergreen Handmade Soap:

Cutting Frosted Evergreen Handmade Soap: 

Here are the cut photos of the final soap, courtesy of Titch Holland 

The soap will be fully cured on 1 October and will be available for pre-order on our website. Huge thanks to Titch Holland for all her help & support.


  1. I've seen this on her YouTube channel and love watching how easy she makes this look and the scent, soap recipe, and colours are out of this world. It's fascinating & inspiring to watch!


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