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Cindy2428

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It looks like a nice haul, and from different countries as well? I can't read all the labels but one looks like it is in French.
 

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WOW, what a lovely selection.
 

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The lady that organised it is French so there are quite a few French participants, but we also had Poland, Denmark, Spain, Italy and a few others I have forgotten!
 

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Oooh yum! I would have to invest in another couple shower caddies if that many goodies showed up on my doorstep!
 

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Wow, how nice is that. They look awesome from your photo.
 

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How exciting is that! I'd feel like Santa came in June. :) I love all the different packaging. What fun you're going to have!
 

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WOW! This one, I swear I could smell it when I was reading the description.

Hello fellow-soapers! My contribution to the Locavore 2016 soap swap is my all-natural BIRCHWOOD SAP soap.

This one I love. :

I have tryed to use as many local ingrediens as possible, that would still make a fine soap. It is made with rapeseed-oil. The rapeseed plant grows everywhere in Denmark, and right now the flowers bloom yellow all over. I also used lard, since we have so many pigs in Denmark. The soap also contains olive, coconut, almond, palm and castor-oil.
From our own garden I took birch zap and used instead of water. The color comes from nettle leafs, and the specks from mint, something I can also find in our garden
The black is charcoal, the white is clay.


This one!

It’s with great pleasure that I participate in this LOCAVORE SWAP, which gives me the chance to share with european soap lovers a soap in which I’ve combined some natural ingredients of my region – Alentejo, in southern Portugal. With this soap, which I called « Trees » intended to recreate the forest aroma environment that surrounds me, so I ́ve added to it parts of iconic trees in my area, such as the fruits of the cork oak and holm oak. Thank you Leanne for this great idea. I hope it provides you all a pleasant sensorial journey.




Oh I can't even make up my mind. They are all gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing!
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