Someday, I plan to attempt an adventure into the world of soap making. Someday. I keep saying that it will be next on the list. After the cow calves, after I master cheesemaking, after I perfect sourdough bread, after the garden harvest/canning is complete, and when I don’t have so.many.plants to water and weed.
So yeah. It might be a while.
I was thrilled when Angela from Hen and Chicks soap sent me a bar of her homemade, all natural, organic Honey N Oats soap to try.
First off, can I just say that I LOVE the look of handmade soap? The hand-cut appearance of the bars is so delightfully rustic.
Check out the ingredients of the Honey N Oats soap: Organic sunflower, coconut, and olive oils, Almond oil, raw unfiltered honey, beeswax, and organic oats.
You know something is good when you could practically eat any of the ingredients! (Ok, so the beeswax wouldn’t taste great, but you know what I mean!) 😉
It has a wonderfully mild scent, not offensive or perfume-y like commercial bar soap. It lathers beautifully and washes off cleanly. This is good stuff, folks!
One surprising thing I liked about this variety is the exfoliating feel of the oats (there are REAL oats in here, folks!). Even the hubby is in love with it. When I told him I was giving the second bar away, he tried to convince me that I should give it to him (he totally missed the point)…
And… I get to give away a 4.4 oz bar of the Honey N Oat soap to one lucky reader!
4 Ways to Enter:
1. Visit the Hen N Chicks blog, and leave a comment telling me which variety you would choose if you were to purchase a bar.
2. Subscribe to The Prairie Homestead by RSS or email, then leave a separate comment saying you did.
3. Follow The Prairie Homestead on Twitter and tweet this: The Prairie Homestead is giving away organic Honey Oat soap! @homesteader http://bit.ly/jvgLNz. Leave a separate comment saying you did.
4. Follow the Homemade Natural Soaps blog. Leave a separate comment saying that you did.
Giveaway ends Friday, June 24th at midnight. Winner will be announced shortly thereafter. Contest only open to U.S residents.
Disclaimer: I was provided with a bar of soap to review. I was not compensated in any other way for writing this review. All opinions expressed here are true and accurate.
This post is a part of Simple Lives Thursday