Funny - I thought Seabreeze too ( it does have sea water in it)I'd pay for that soap. But I won't use it. So I wouldn't buy it. I'll just look at ut here.
It's gorgeous.. The scent suits it to. I'm not good with names though, but sea breeze comes to mind, or something like that.
LOL you remind me of some of my customers. When they tell me this though, I can usually talk them into buying 2 bars - 1 for display, one for use, and when the one for use is gone I tell them to come back and replace the dislpay, use it, and keep the rotation going. You would be surprised how often that actually works (at least in the beginning I was - now I would say it works probably 80% of the time, and it's just part of my sales pitch!)I'd pay for that soap. But I won't use it. So I wouldn't buy it. I'll just look at ut here.
Beautiful soap and I think “Summer Breeze” is a great name - I get an image of the summer breeze blowing gently through lace curtains. I bought an impression mold, but I think that I need to get better at soapmaking before I try something that requires care and patience!How about Summer Breeze? Like the Seals and Crofts' song?