Sunday, February 15, 2009


In the kitchen, there is allways room for herbs. For instance basil, rosemary and lovely thyme. They give not only taste to your food, but can help you when you are having flue. Nature gives us so many exclusive plants and why not make a rosemary/thyme soap, full of fresh ( saponified) herbs , and lovely essential oils in it.


Soap Kitten said...

Ooooh, that looks BEAUTIFUL. I am a huge fan of anything with herbs in it. Very lovely work. Sorry to hear about Brambleberry. I didn't realize you were overseas. :( I know their shipping and handling is a little costly in the states as well. I try to stock up and buy all in one shot.
Where are you located exactly?

Gioia Made Soap said...

Hi Soap Kitten:
Thank you so much for your lovely comment. As you know I am a great admirer of your natural soaps.
Brambleberry is lovely, but here we have several other great distributors, with very quick sending time :)
I am located in the vicinity of Rotterdam.
Hope to hearing from you and still following your Blog!

Soap Kitten said...

Hi Georgette,

Thanks so much for your compliments... I was reading on your site, and I did a double-take, I thought these soaps (even though I commented already), look a lot like Savon de Marsielle. I think it was the shape and the stamping that did it.
Anyways, I think your soaps are BEAUTIFUL and very inspirational. Truly artisan.