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Thursday, December 4, 2008

Sugar Cubes

These are interesting. I made these over a month ago and forgot about them. Aren't they cute? They smell amazing like some confectionery gift from God. I took one with me to the shower yesterday and I had myself a rockin good time. I like a scrubby, mean exfoliating shower bar, perhaps more than the next person, especially on my lower legs. I like smooth ones, too, don't get me wrong, but if you are into the scrub factor, come a little closer.

It's like a hard sugar scrub held together with soap - you may fall in love.

12 comments:

Soap Kitten said...

These look wonderful and yummy looking. Lovely work!

Body Natural Soap said...

I really like it. I to love a scrubby soap and those look wonderfully scrubby.

Amber said...

Those look AMAZING. I would absolutely not be able to keep them out of my mouth...

sherrieg said...

They look terrific! How can we make the internet smell-friendly?

Sarah said...

Those look really great. Did you make them with cold-process or m&p?

Nell said...

Those look amazing! Good enough to eat!

LoveMichie said...

Oh my gosh. I love brown sugar cubes!!!! As a child I always wanted my mum to buy sugar cubes instead of regular sugar so I could pop them into her coffee for her. This is beautiful Joanna!

Heidi said...

I love those! They look good enough to eat. I'd rather bathe with food type items than eat them and not be able to squeeze through my door = )

Teresa R said...

Me too: I want to eat these!

Oh, totally off this topic, but I am in love with your Sexy Laundry Day Whipped Shea Butter!! It's better than wearing perfume - I smell wonderful and my skin is hydrated at the same time. It is totally perfection!

Heather@Twin Birch said...

these are beautiful! I love the look and I always love my showers to hurt just a little. Is that wrong? I bet they smell insanely great!

Joanna said...

Kitty: thank you - it was a fun thing to play with.

Body Natural: Superbly scrubby.

Amber: Yeah, after one lick, you'd gack.

Sher: wishes

Sarah: I used m+p which was the first time I played with it. I thought I'd be bored if I did something regular with it.

Nell: yeah. NO

MICHIE!!! You're back! :) I used to love feeding them to horses when I'd visit family in North Carolina. They had horses AND donkeys.

Heidi: agreed

Teresa: Aw, shucks. SLD has really become super popular. I'm glad you like it.

Heather: Not wrong, unless we are both wrong. A little pain on the hard at work parts is healthy, I think. Call it therapy, not masochism.

Aisha Hunt said...

I love looking at this. It is so cool. I would love to try something like this.