What do you put in your soaps?
All of my soaps are made from melt and pour vegetable glycerin bases, except for the goats milk base. Additives in specialty soaps are generally dried and may include lavender, lemon peel, chamomile petals, non-fat cow milk, etc. The scents are essential oils and derived from plants and foods, including nuts.
What do you put in your sugar scrubs?
All of my sugar scrubs are made using white granulated sugar, safflower oil, and/or olive oil. The scents are essential oils derived from plants, flowers and foods and occasionally dried flower petals or seeds may be mixed in. If desired, liquid colorant may be added.
What do you put in your bath salts?
Depending on the specific item, bath salts may include mineral salts, epsom salts, or both. The scents are essential oils derived from plants, flowers, and foods. Optional additives include dried flower petals and seeds, powdered cows milk, and oatmeal flakes.
I don't see an item that I want. What can I do?
If you don't see an item, it may have sold out, or may not be currently listed. Items available for sale will change periodically and will be determined in part by past sales.
If you see something that you like, but want in a different color or scent, you can click on "ask seller a question" or send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Items not listed can be purchased directly from the seller.
Pictures and descriptions of other items can be found at Hurog.com/forum/Bea's Anodyne, and at facebook.com/Bea's Bubbles
What are seconds?
Seconds are items that didn't turn out quite right but are still good and still usable. The colors may have bled, the design may not have turned out perfect, etc. Because they are not first quality, I can not charge full price. Prices shown are generally half off, but discounts will range from 30% - 70% off the regular price.