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What’s in the box? $35 Soap Gift

If you kill a spider, it rains. If you put up a Christmas tree, it snows. I woke up this morning to a blanket of white outside covering everything which the dogs brought in after being out. We have been very fortunate to have had such gorgeous weather in November so I guess it had to come to an end at some point. I still never got all my leaves picked up, now it’s a spring cleaning project. I don’t mind pushing it off until then anyways, but at the same time, would have been nice to just have it done. Procrastination got the best of me again!

Everyone seems to be in holiday mode. In Canada, everything is Christmas. I know that in the states people usually wait until after Thanksgiving. We just wait until after Remembrance Day. Christmas orders are flooding in and I didn’t feel up to it until my house was Christmas-ified.

I wanted to show you what typically goes into one of my $35-ish soap gift boxes. In this one are 4 soaps, 2 lip balms and a hand knit wash-cloth. Yes, yes I spend some evenings knitting.

This is girl targeted. It has the fruity and floral scents


Lilac: With top notes of anise and orange, a base of jasmine and lilac, and encompassed by white amber and Egyptian musk accord, my Lilac fragrance is an exotic and romantic scent. This soap also contains poppy seeds as an exfoliator.


Bay Rum: is a fascinating and appealing fragrance oil blend. This masculine aroma consists of intoxicating top notes of Ozone, Jasmine, Muguet and Lemon. Mid notes consist of a gorgeous mingling of Lilac, Rose, Carnation and Lavender florals. Bay Rum would not be complete without a handsome base note combination of Patchouli, Vanilla and Rum.


Apple: This smells just like a wonderfully fresh, Macintosh Apple.


Malibu Rum: The traditional Pina Colada notes of Pineapple & Coconut are melded with Crisp Apple and Ripe Pear, with an unexpected twist of Rosemary, Thyme and Green Leafy notes to create a fresh twist to a classic favourite.




All in one little box.



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