Monday, September 13, 2010

VICTORIOUS!!!


Like I said in my previous post, the key to a successful salt bar (in my opinionated opinion) is using a silicone mold with individual cavities. That way you don't have to line the mold or worry about the damn thing crumbling up when you slice it. I also changed the scent completely. I was not feeling the floral thing-I'm just not a floral lover at all. So....without further ado, meet the new and much improved Buffy The Dead Skin Slayer! She's gorgeous, aint she? I love her beautiful peachy exterior and her dead skin-slaying weapon of choice is dendritic salt covered in sharp, crisp bergamot with a couple of splatters of what else but blood orange-the perfect weapon for sloughing and annihilating flaky, peel-y skin!


I'm really loving this one! And it's a very limited edition. I'll only have 6 bars in stock. These are pretty hefty weighing in at almost 6 oz each. These bars are rough and rugged-like I like my men, hee hee. I will not be prettying these up. So, whattaya think?

8 comments:

Bullfrogs & Butterflies Baby said...

Love it! It's gorgeous, rustic, and of course, fabulously named!!

Courtney R Beard said...

Huzzah! She did it! Nice job as always Patrice.

Ambra said...

Yes, very nice. I agree with the individual molds. I just made some in a log mold and it was a disaster. These look really good.

Sergio said...

Simple but nice.
Congratulations.
And I agree about silicon mold.

randomcreative said...

I love it! Nice job as always. I'm sure that those will go quickly.

Kia - Beacon Creations said...

Congrats!! The silicone mold is a great idea.

Amy Warden said...

Nice!! So glad you got it figured out! Love the name you came up with too. :)

Janiss said...

OMG, the name alone rules! And the ingredients are perfect. This sounds like a winner - I am sure they'll go fast.