I am so excited to have a few soaps I’ve been working on finished, tested, and ready to sell! Time for the business restart to begin. *big grin* I only have a few at the moment, especially since one product was a trouble child that required a few batches to get it right and even now I think I could probably do a few more changes to improve, but hey. I seriously love some of the scene set ups I managed. I guess that waiting period for the next conference call and to hear about the BIS has been fruitful, since I have been trying to keep myself distracted. Without further ado, here is the grand reveal (although you’ve all ready seen the Ale one, since it worked out the first time and just depends on what notes your own nose is able to pick up on, instead of being a problem with the soap.)…
Zombie Ale Soaps at $1.50 each. Made with real light beer added to the soaps. Some users are unable to pick up on the beer notes, but the bright cherry note comes through very nicely and even my male tester doesn’t mind this soap. The “foam” part of the soap is softer than the “ale” bottom, so if you’re gift giving, try to be gentle with the top and make sure it’s on top.
The Missing Piece Soap at $2.00 each, with other color choices for the same price. The soaps all smell like original Cotton Candy and have a very soft shimmer. The white has a lot more shimmer with red highlights when the light hits it. Only photography edit to this was to turn it into HD. By the way, these would make great gifts for someone that you know is adopting (looking for their missing piece) or especially as a gift to the new family member!
Swamp Slime Soap at $1.75 each; every soap is completely unique due to the “dirt and muck” color swirling. This soap has a top note of rain and a medium note of dirt. Note, the only picture editing is making it HD, so that you can see that some soaps have more swirl on one side and mostly a single algae-like spread on others.
I literally have a page full of ideas to work on in the next few months, especially since I want to be able to market come November, so I’m excited to have taken the first step back into the mad creator’s world. 🙂