Monday, July 5, 2010

Deep-Seeded Has A New Look


I love my 2 lb silicone molds that I got from Wholesale Supplies Plus, but I have to admit that I'm not crazy about how small the soaps are when I cut them. Yeah, yeah, I could just make more than one batch at a time, but I'm lazy and like to do everything in one swoop. So I've decided to use these strictly to test new fragrances to see how well they sell, and if they do great, then I'll upgrade them to my tried and true wooden slab molds that I buy from Candles and Woodcrafts.

Old Version


With that being said, I've upgraded my old Deep-Seeded to a bigger and brighter version. It's scented in cucumber melon and the seeds are poppy seeds. I love poppy seeds-in and on soap. I don't like poppy seeds in my food though. Weird, huh? Anyway, I'm using my new oxides from TKB Trading Co-love these! They're so pigmented-a little goes a long way. I love how these turned out. The ends are a little crumbly from my cutting them to soon after un-molding them, but once you use it for the first time, it all comes back together.

Side Note: I know this is tacky, but....If you were one of the commenters who "won" one of my Neo Deo samples, please e-mail me-thesoapseduction@verizon.net with your mailing address so I can send your sample! Thanks:)

4 comments:

Holly said...

The soap looks great! I knew right away that it must be a melon soap. I bet it smells awesome!

Kia - Beacon Creations said...

looking good:0) I thought the bottom pic was watermelon! they both look delicious.

RE - RecycledFrockery said...

Loookaherenow, those bars need to be BIGGGGGGGGER cause us bigger people need more. (wink*wink) girllll that bar was sucked up in 5 days between the two of us. we love it ! when it's hot like this, we take two to three showers a day with it so you know it's delicious.

RE - Entrepod said...

oooo and the smell, ooooooooo no funk here. that clean cucumber smell is so nice. no fighting with a second scent after your shower before you put on your perfume. this soap is perfect Patrice.