So far I haven't tried any soap (the fiancee gave me a 4 bar limit in the shower and I couldn't bear to try to wash my hands with them and then set them aside). I am so glad someone mentioned the smaller pawprint was a salt bar! I didn't read the label (at all) and thought it was a bath bomb type thing. I have rescued it from the bath box and it is on my cure racks. Everything else I have tried and love - today I am using the girl scout cookie lip balm and soapmaker's cream on my face. I might have to move this one to night time because it is so rich! I used Dixie's yesterday and my face loved it. Thanks for the nice write ups about my soap. I wish I could say it was one pour, but it was actually 3. I tilted the mold and made an 8oz batch and poured one snow hill. Let it set up for about 30 minutes and then did the other hill. If you look carefully you can see a lovely glycerin line between the two hills. I did the yellow sun as a really thick blob, but one batch did blend a bit when I poured the sky swirl. I tried to color the hills a bit to give them some contrast and try to show the reflections of the sky in the snow, but I was scared to lose the whiteness so they wound up under colored. I was still happy with the bit of contrast and the sparkle that came through in the end.