Treat your face and neck to a real breakfast spread that will leave it comforted, soft and supple. This mask is great for all skin types, but those of you who need to care for dry skin could potentially benefit from it even more.
My username there is @salameander. I don’t just talk about soapmaking though–my tweets are also a mish mash of running commentaries on my children’s antics, personal musings, and what I do as a Minister of Finance and Home Affairs.
So look me up, and I’ll answer the question: “What are you doing?”
So who is the lucky duck this week to receive a bar of the most skin-loving handmade soap in the post?
It was yet another fun (albeit tiring towards the end because I was soooo hyper in the beginning) outing for Kinder Soaps at Jaya 33. Not only was I blessed with surpassing my initial sales target, I even completed a labour of love that has taken me about half a year to finally bring to fruition. I know this will sound boastful, but it really IS visually stunning.
Here’s what I’ll be readying for sale at my booth at this weekend’s Jaya 33’s bazaar, starting tomorrow:
Recall that I was all excited about conducting soapmaking classes at a local girl’s school.
Well, it’s still happening this July 16th–but it turns out that I won’t be paid. 🙁 Continue reading Soapmaking Class – Bummer…
Last week I was poking around www.beauty360degrees.com to get some essential oils for my next batch of soap. There was such a variety on offer, it was quite difficult to rein myself in and not get carried away! So I finally settled on 5 bottles. They arrived beautifully and safely packaged on Saturday morning–the start of my excellent purchasing experience with them.