Thursday, May 03, 2012

Frankincense and Myrrh soap

Even though I make soap, I buy this soap, Frankincense & Myrrh (organic) from Charlene at the Bathhouse Soapery & Caldarium in Hot Springs, Arkansas.

This soap is one of my favorite soaps from her shop.  It has nice darkened edges and reminds me of being aged.  The smell is not like any other Frankincense & Myrrh that I have ever smelled.

It is so pretty that I had to share. :)


Danny said...

It looks tasty too ... I bet that's not the case though :)

Anonymous said...

This soap is not handmade at Bathhouse Soapery. It is purchased from Natural Soap Wholesale...also known as Adams Handmade Soap located in Angier, NC. Feel free to look at their website ( to see for yourself. This store makes and sells many soaps of their own ...however, they also sell soap that is purchased elsewhere and then relabeled as if it was made in their shop. To me, this is not honest, and I feel that it misleads their customers. I just thought you would appreciate knowing the truth. In addition, if you like that particular can purchase it yourself, directly from the seller at about $14 per loaf (approx 11 standard bars). No account is required. I am a member of a soap resellers group, and our goal is to call out soap sellers who are not honest with their customers. I do not mean to cause you any trouble, and I apologize if you are not interested in this information. Our motto is "Honesty is the best policy."