Monday, November 28, 2011

Farm Fresh Soap Sale!

 Organic Calendula Mint

Just in time for Christmas giving, my Farm Fresh soap sale!


 Organic Lavender

Lots of new fragrances this time around, but my Organic Lavender is a permanent fixture!


New Soap Packaging

Spent hours looking for a unique wrap for my soap...
And to be honest with you, I can't remember if I saw this somewhere, or I thought of it myself!


 Lemongrass Verbena

I can only say just so much on my little label, but this is indeed, Lemongrass Verbena...

All my soaps are handmade in small batches here in my kitchen.
The base ingredients are: olive oil, coconut oil, canola oil, and lye.
Whenever possible I use organic ingredients.

The new line of fragrances include:

Organic Lavender
 Spiced Chestnut
Chamomile & Honey
Cuppa Joe
Orange Calendula
Tipsy Vanilla (Bourbon)
Cinnamint
Corner Barbershop (men's favorite!....Bay Rum)
Mulled Cider
Lemongrass Verbena
Polenta Mint (as featured on Anderson Cooper's new show!)
Scarborough Fair (parsley/sage/rosemary/thyme in a lemongrass base)
Organic Calendula Mint
PURE (plain ol' soap)

The Polenta Mint, Cuppa Joe, and Scarborough Fair make good kitchen soaps as they have a bit of texture to them, helping to get rid of garlic/onion smells that permeate your hands.




Organic Lavender Landry soap
$8.00 quart

New offering this time...
Each bag is 1 quart and will wash approximately 28 loads, using just 2 TBL.
Made from my own organic lavender bar soap, washing soda, baking soda, and borax, this soap will leave your clothes fresh and clean without any additional chemicals.
This laundry soap does not produce a lot of suds, which makes it a good choice for front loading machines.


After the 1st of the year, my soap prices will likely have to increase as the cost of my raw materials has substantially increased.
Using all natural ingredients straight from the grocers has it's benefits as well as it's drawbacks.
As the cost of food escalates, unfortunately so do my prices.

For now, I am keeping it at 5 bars for $20.00, and that includes shipping and handling!
Shipping on the Organic Lavender Laundry soap will depend on whether or not there are other purchases...
I do not add additional shipping costs to any of my products...
I try to ship Priority mail in pre-paid boxes and keep my shipping costs to exactly what I am charged.

If you are interested in ordering, e-mail me at:

farmgirlcyn@gmail.com

In Christ alone,
Cindy
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13 comments:

Denise said...

They all sound so yummy!

Kathy said...

Oh Cindy, they all sound delightful. I'll pass this around. K

KathyB. said...

Cindy, I'll take 5 bars! That is a good deal, especially with shipping included.I'll e-mail you later with details, thanks!

Donna said...

Handmade soaps are one of my weaknesses! Such luxury! Your scents sound divine. I'll zip you an e-mail tomorrow.

Heather said...

Oh, your soap looks good enough to eat! I especially love the calendula one - calendula is such a sunny, beautiful plant to me.

I love your packaging too. I'm such a fan of "brown paper packages tied up with strings" and have been since I was very little. I think they are simply beautiful.

Renata said...

Your soap looks wonderful ~& I love the packaging! I'm sure it won't get through customs otherwise I'd buys some!
Have a wonderful day
Blessings
Renata:)

Dani said...

This is awesome! Have you thought about opening an Etsy shop?

Suzanne Marie said...

Wow Cindy! The soap is wonderful! Received it today. My husband liked the Tipsy Bourbon and Corner Barbershop and my favorite is a tie between the Mulled Cider and Organic Lavender! Great value and perfect for presents this time of year or anytime. Loved the presentation packaging. Such quick delivery and so securely packaged. I certainly will be a repeat buyer! God Bless and Thanks again, Suzanne

Jenny said...

Cindy,
Thank you so much for the quick shipping on your soaps. They are just lovely. The packaging is adorable. My kids picked out their favorites- Scarborough Fair for my daughter and Orange Calendule for my son. Now I am trying to make them wait for the solstice to open them...

Ralph said...

Got here via Rachel. Scrooled down and read about Alex. What a cute guy, what heartbreak. I'll be back to order soap later.
Ralph

Allison of A Farmgirl's View said...

I have always wanted to try making my own soap, I love handmade soap. Your scents sound wonderful! Would make great Christmas gifts!
Have a wonderful week!
Allison

Maria said...

Hi Cindy!
It's truly wonderful soap!
My father used the cinnamon soap over Thanksgiving. He loved the scent. It washes off so cleanly... no residue, just a lovely lovely soap!

Wishing you lots of JOY,
~Maria

Anonymous said...

Ever notice how alll fire departments are primarily white? Ocassional token non-white here or there, but it seems obvious they reserve these soft easy money spots for those who fit their ideal for their "fraternity".
And the pay/benefit package!!! This is an industry which needs privitization, let alone austerity.
If not for that family those three men would still be alive.
How many have to die? If another loses his life will this stop?
Given all the rope they need.