Mad Oils

Saturday, June 25, 2011

A Peek Into My World

Oh, just some stuff I've been up to....

Made with real bananas and fresh buttermilk (no baby food and powdered milk here!)
Lock your doors when you shower with this because the monkeys will sniff you out and steal your precious bar.



Nice Pear
New shaving soap with added activated charcoal, bentonite clay and green tea extract
Limited edition Summer Release





Slab of soap on my hand made cutter (Thank you, Brad!!)


Painted Crazy
(sadly these were snatched by my wholesale customers before they were even released)
Sorry, folks.



Patchouli, Cedarwood and Lavender essential oils
Custom soap for wholesale customer. Thinking of bringing it into our line because the smell is heavenly and I like the way it looks.

What do you think?




Vetiver
Again, custom wholesale ...

Oh, and I got a haircut. Remember the lye situation? Yeah, occupational hazard my hair has been. Always in my face, How many times have I had wisps of hair in my face and I had raw soap on my hands or gloves and I wiped it away just to leave my face with chemical burns. No more of that garbage!
(no makeup, no coffee) I'll post pictures once I'm fully awake, showered and have mascara on.


:)

18 comments:

Royal Suds said...

Your hair looks so cute! I too, have recently cut my hair. I haven't had short hair since my mom made me cut it when I was 12. She made me get this horrible boy hair cut. I was traumatized. haha.

The soaps look amazing as well!

Celine Blacow said...

Soap looks amazing, that banana and buttermilk looks divine.. I nearly want to bite into it! All just beautiful soaps. One thing, I cannot get into Vetiver EO though... always smells like smokey bacon to me!

Loving the hair, very cool... I can see you playing around with it, all spikes and different looks... lovely!!!

Patrice-The Soap Seduction said...

I love it all...especially the colors in Nice Pear and Painted Crazy. Your hair is cool too!

Tierra Verde Handmade Soap said...

Lovely soap,that Nice Pear rocks and your hair is tres cute!

TeresaR said...

You look fabulous no matter your hair length! Your soaps are works of art! *chuckling* about the monkeys comment... ;)

Bobbins and Balms said...

soaps look great, i could eat a slice of the fresh banana and buttermilk soap :)

Shieh Design Studio said...

I love your new hair cut! Oh and of course your soaps!

innerearthsoaps said...

Mmm, banana and buttermilk!

Donna OShaughnessy said...

The artwork is fantastic. I find myself just staring and staring wondering HOW does she doe that ? HOW can I do that. You inspire me

And if that is how good you look without makeup and coffee then no need to doll up for us.

Joanna said...

You all are truly remarkable. Thanks for all of your soap encouragement and haircut compliments!

Donna, my goodness, especially yours. Wish you lived closer. I'd LOVE to soap with you!!

One day..... perhaps

Miss Polly said...

Not only beautiful soaps, but they are beautifully photographed too. And I'm loving your haircut too xx

twobloomsdesignstudio said...

Your soaps are gorgeous and I wish I could smell them through the screen. I like your haircut too.

Michelle

Peta said...

Love that haircut! Love those soaps. Love this blog.

thesoapbargirl said...

Braver than I! I haven't cut my hair in years. Plus I love to soap! My favourite is the patchouli, ceder wood and lavender orange bar! That looks amazing!

Anita's La La Land said...

Wow, the soaps (beautiful!), the handmade soap cutter (cool!), and, your new hair style (I love it!)

Anita from Canada

roxta said...

Love the little soap balls with a "cocoa line" effect around them!

Sy said...

wow, thats some awesome looking soap

Angie said...

How do you get that black line around your soap ball inserts? It is so pretty!