Monday, March 12, 2012

Sweet Baby! Homemade Calendula Baby Soap

Sweet Baby!  All-Natural
Homemade Calendula Baby Soap

Looking for a baby shower gift?

This is pure loveliness! Sweet Baby! All-Natural Homemade Calendula Baby Soap is made especially for delicate skin - hence, the name. Prior to making the soap, I infused the olive oil with calendula petals, which is what gives it that gentle yellow hue.

Calendula is known for its healing properties, for being anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory. This fine soap produces a lovely lather, but is kind to the most sensitive skin. Contains no artificial colors or preservatives, which are often found in many store-bought soaps.

Ingredients: Calendula-infused Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Castor Oil, Palm Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Distilled Water, No Essential Oils, No Fragrance Oils.

Each hand cut soap comes with its own distinctive label and is wrapped in a cello bag, ready for gifting. A few bars of Sweet Baby! is the perfect gift for that new baby! Mama will enjoy homemade soap as well. There are many to choose from at HomemadeSoapNSuch.

Note: Each hand cut bar is appx 4.5 oz.





 Check out all my handcrafted soaps at
HomemadeSoapNSuch

This post is linked to some or all of the following:  Mop it Up Monday and French Obsession and  Skip to My Lou and Bedazzle Me Monday and  What's in the Gunny Sack and  Making the World Cuter Mondays and Make the Scene Monday and  Made By You Monday and  Something I Whipped Up Monday and  Motivate Me Monday and  Making Monday Marvelous and Get Your Craft On and Tip Me Tuesday and Cozy Home Scenes and  Made from Scratch Tuesday and  Take a Look Tuesday and  Tasty Tuesday and Tasty Tuesday and  Tempt My Tummy Tuesdays  and Two Maids a Baking and Overflowing With Creativity and What's Cookin' Wednesday and Cast Party Wednesday and The Shady Porch and   We Did it Wednesday  and It's a Party at Creative Princess and Link it Up Thursday and Crafty Friday (Thursday) and Threading Your Way and Lisa's Gluten-Free Blog and Favorite Things Friday and I'm Lovin' it Friday and It's a Hodgepodge Friday  and Creative Bloggers and  Serenity Saturday and  Home and Family Friday
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11 comments:

Yenta Mary said...

Oh, what a lovely soap! You do such an amazing job - LOVING the soaps I bought, by the way ... :)

Vicky said...

Calendula saved my daughter's butt, literally, as an infant. She had horrible diaper rash and the stuff worked great. Vicky from Mess For Less

Vera said...

I recently purchased some soap from you and recommended you to a co-worker. We are both sooooooo enjoying our goodies. She got the calendula baby soap (I will next time). I'm enjoying the cranberry-tea, can't wait to try each new one. They lather so well and you feel clean after using them.

ImSoVintage said...

I just pinned this so I can purchase as soon as I start buying things for the new grandbaby that is coming.

Walking on Sunshine... said...

It looks like a lovely soap and really soothing to the skin! Enjoy your day!

Maggie Ann said...

I can imagine how creamy that must lather up to be. It sounds so nice.

Denise said...

Sounds heavenly.

Under Her Wings said...

What a great gift idea. Have you talked to anyone who has children with excema? sp? I have some grandkids with it, and am always looking for a soap that won't hurt their skin.

Kadie said...

What a great idea for a baby shower gift! I will have to keep it in mind for the next one. Thanks for sharing with us at Link It Up Thursday.

Isabelle Thornton said...

This is what scent i grew up using. In France we use it for babies and kids. Thanks for linking up to the French party!

The Bathtime Team said...

Just over from Serenity you and love the soap. We are in the process of applying for our soap licence over here in the UK. Love the labels - did you make them your self? We have to look into this next.
Cheerio
Lesley and Anita
The Bathtime team @ Bath Bomb Creations

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