These soaps are listed from the most exfoliating to the least.
60 Grit Peppermint
Got a tough body job? Dirty necks? Rough elbows or heels? Been in the garden? This is the soap for you. Warning! It is EXFOLIATING. It feels like 60 grit sandpaper. For some reason, men tend to not like this level of roughness. Maybe they want their thick hide. I don't know. I do know that I love this bar - I use it all over almost everyday. Very refreshing with its peppermint essential oil.
Oatmeal & Honey
By far, a most popular scent. This bar has ground oats throughout it so it is quite scrubby. The added honey makes the bar turn a yummy looking brown. The honey comes from our friendly bee producer. Almost all of our fields have his hives sitting in one of the corners. We love having the bees around. Bees generally are quite docile little critters to share field space with, but I remember one day years ago when we used an open tractor in the field, that bees were not too much fun to make rounds by when the beekeepers were recently there stealing their honey. They took it out on me! It was a hot day, but I was making sure my head and neck were well covered after one or two flew right for me and got tangled in my hair. So glad we don't use open tractors any more. I miss the smell of fresh hay, but it is so much nicer to have an air-conditioned cab with creature comforts and no bees.
Hot Citrus Morning
About this Soap...
What a wonderful smelling bar! Very citrus-y and warm.
I used paprika to create the orange colour, and swirlled with yellow oxide. As it was drying on the rack, filling my room with a wonderful smell, I couldn't resist trying a piece in my shower one morning. I was surprised to find that the paprika added an exfoliating element. I likened it to about 120 grit sandpaper. ( I also have a soap I call "60 Grit Peppermint" that uses cornmeal to scrub you cleaner than clean. It is one of my most favourite bars.) Very refreshing and perfect for starting your day.
Inspiration from our Farm...
There are so many risks that farmers cannot control very well in their business, and weather is a big one. We get to be pretty good at watching the weather, whether it is on the radar computer screen, or just by watching the trends in nature. For example, the old adage "red sky at night, sailor's delight, red sky at morn, sailors take warning" I have found to be quite accurate. Also, I've learned that if we have dewy grass in the morning, that it likely won't rain.
INCI Ingredients: Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Shea butterate, Sodium Olivate, Aqua, Sodium Castorate, Parfum, Capsicum annum (Paprika) Powder, CI 77492