Thursday, February 2, 2012

Decadent Soap for a real Foodie - Perfect for Valentine's Day!

I love to support my farmer's market and other local companies that hand craft their products.
I happened upon Vizzn Soap Company right here in my back yard in Spotsylvania.
The owner Nichole makes all her soaps, a tradition passed down from her mother.  How cool! 

I tried a sample pack of Vizzn Soap and oh my!  This stuff was wonderful!
 It didn't hurt that her soaps look like scrumptious desserts either!

Look at these yummy pictures of her soaps:
Vanilla Cupcake Silky Sweet Slice

That slice of soap looks so real!


Lemon Pound Cake Slice
 What a beautiful soap!  At least it wouldn't add calories to my waistline.

Vizzn soap also carries soaps and salts for detoxifying and sore muscles.
Here is just one: 
Clean Fight Detoxifying Body Soap
This soap has activated charcoal, tea tree, and eucalyptus essential oils.

I could go on and on about the uniqueness and beautiful products she produces but lets peek at the ingredients.

In my sample pack there was:

Plain Jane soap - distilled water, coconut oil, palm oil, rice bran oil, olive oil, sodium hydroxide and doesn't contain any fragrance or color.  This one is perfect for those sensitive to fragrance or color.  Even without fragrance or color, this soap has its own refreshing smell.  

Silky Sweet Soap - distilled water, coconut oil, palm oil, rice bran oil, olive oil, sodium hydroxide, cosmetic grade colorants, silk, fragrance oil.   

These soaps were fantastic.  It left a light fragrance without being over powering.
If you want to put together a beautiful Valentine's Day gift, check out her website at  Vizznsoapco.com
And to think these chocolate slices are soap!
And what about the prices?  The prices are very competitive with other hand crafted soaps (I checked out the prices and compared it to other handcrafted soap on Amazon) and they accept Paypal.

I am going to order a cake slice and put it on a white dessert plate in my guest bathroom!
It will add a beautiful touch! 

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