Take a look at this soap . . . Warm Vanilla Sugar. It has rich decadent notes of brown sugar and vanilla with a hint of musk. Nice.
Let me tell you a little more about this soap. When it was first poured into the mold, it was a creamy yellow – like vanilla pudding.
But I knew it wouldn’t last. I knew that, due to the vanilla content (hence the name), the soap would turn a deep dark brown. By the next day, the exposed edges had already started turning brown.
I cut the soap, and it looked a little like slices of sweet bread or pound cake. But look at it now . . .
Dark brown Warm Vanilla Sugar!
Simple ingredients for this elegant soap: Olive Oil, Water, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Lye, Fragrance.