This Is Not Veruca Salt.
She was a nasty, spoiled little brat who demanded everything she wanted and got it. Love the name Veruca Salt, but Willy Wonka certainly made that name leave a bad taste in my mouth because of that icky girl.
Now, salt on the other hand, has a whole other meaning for me. Well, three meanings. It makes certain foods taste magnificent, it makes the ocean a wonderful body of water and it makes the hardest, most awesome bars of soap. I make sea salt soap myself, but I have been so busy with other soap making projects, I haven't really given more of my time to creating enough of them.
I found some nifty soaps to share with you... Sadly, not as many as I wish I could have, but it's 2:30 in the morning and I'm nodding off. Ok, ok, may I present! Salty masterpieces:
Marea Mediterania by Curat Clean
Hawaiian 'Alaea Sea Salt Soap by Kohana Bath and Body
Sea Salt Spa Soap - Lavender Peppermint by Aquarian Bath
Coconut and Sea Salt Soap by Luxe and Mast
Jasmine Salt Bar by LadyBug Soapworks
Salty Love.... (sigh)