Friday, April 30, 2010
April 30, 2010 ·
When I lived in New York City I was use to drink big coffee out of the iconic Anthora coffee cup made by Leslie Buck,in fact, that it has become an iconic symbol of the city, right up there along with the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The coffee lover in me was certainly drawn to this particular soap .
‘I am just remembering when the first time I was had in mind to make a bar of espresso scrub coffee soap;Was when
Staring at the Anthora coffee cup made by Leslie Buck, I had come up with that idea.
I had combine the espresso beans with cocoa butter, and our recipe of Hawaiian kukui nut oil and brazilian hazelnut oil, olive, coconut, castor ,sesame and palm oils along with orange , cinnamon and almond essential oils to makes this a rich blend of chocolate scents coupled with dark roasted coffee essence and a hint of citrus .
The aroma of freshly brewed coffee, not to mention the scent of lemon, orange, and hazelnut essential oil mixed in with a rich scent of brazilian espresso coffee , cocoa butter and the addition of brazilian almond oil makes this soap not only alluring on your nose but great for your skin.
Since ground coffee is a natural exfoliant and helps move away dead skin cells it makes this a great scrub soap. Packed with freshly ground brazilian espresso coffee and cocoa butter ,it wont disappoint any coffee lover or anyone who can appreciate the aroma of a fresh brewed exotic coffee. According to the Times,
Mr. Buck made no royalties from the cup, but he did so well in sales commissions that it hardly mattered, his son said. On his retirement from Sherri in 1992, the company presented Mr. Buck with 10,000 specially made Anthoras, printed with a testimonial inscription. But Mr.Buck was a part of on my handcrafted coffee soap creations…
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Saturday, April 24, 2010
Kona coffee is the market name for coffee (Coffea arabica) cultivated on the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa in the North and South Kona Districts of the Big Island of Hawaii. This coffee has developed a reputation that has made it one of the most expensive and sought-after coffees in the world. Only coffee from the Kona Districts can be legally described as "Kona". The unique Kona weather pattern of sunny mornings, cloud cover or rain in the afternoons, little wind and mild nights combined with porous, mineral rich volcanic soil, creates favorable coffee growing conditions.
Every different oil will create a soap with a unique character, That combination of oils with 100% pure kona coffee creates a bar of soap that is the best we have found around.
The aroma of freshly brewed coffee, mixed in with a rich scent of pure Hawaiian Kona coffee and a blend of wonderful oils makes this soap not only alluring on your nose but great for your skin. We use a base of olive oil along with coconut, vegetable, sesame, avocado, macadamia nut , kukui nut oils, all great for your skin.
We didn't stop there, for more amazing lather and a scent of morning in Hawaii we added hazelnut oil and shea butter with a touch of pearberry and cinnamon. Since ground coffee is a natural exfoliate and helps move away dead skin cells it also makes a great exfoliator.
This soap is wonderful for all skin types.
Kona coffee beans are classified according to the seed type. Type I beans consist of two beans per cherry, flat on one side, oval on the other. Type II beans consist of one round bean per cherry, otherwise known as a peaberry. That is an essential oils who we added on our kona coffee soaps.
Friday, April 16, 2010
Almond Hazelnut with Cocoa Butter Soap
Brazilian almond and hazelnut essential oils you will think your taking a shower in the bakery. Brazilian sweet almond oil provides extra softening properties. Hazelnut oil from Brazil is said to be an excellent choice for it's ability to tone and tighten skin.
We use the highest quality cocoa butter . Cocoa trees begin to bear fruit when they are three to four years old. A native of the central and South American rainforests, cocoa trees are now cultivated in many tropical locations around the world. This soap is great for all skin types
Great for all skin types, almond oil is created by the pressing of almond nuts. This oil is used to help relieve dry, itchy skin. Sweet almond oil is obtained from the nut of the tree. The almond tree is cultivated in Southern Europe, the Mediterranean countries and California.. This oil is a favorite carrier oil for essential oil aromatherapy blends, although it's often used by itself for moisturizing skin. The oil has no scent and is a great nutrient for softening and conditioning the skin. It's been known to be especially suitable for eczema, itchy, dry and inflamed skin. Hazelnut oil contains an astringent quality, making it beneficial for use on oily skin. It absorbs quickly and is useful on oily or acne-prone skins.
Hazelnut oil is high in essential fatty acids and is also soothing and healing to dry, irritated skin. Our products are produced using the highest quality.
This soap is positively divine, as delicious as a dessert. Brazilian almond oil is added for extra softening properties. Hazelnut oil from Brazil is said to be an excellent choice for it's ability to tone and tighten skin. We use the highest quality cocoa butter. Cocoa trees begin to bear fruit when they are three to four years old. A native of the central and South American rainforests, cocoa trees are now cultivated in many tropical locations around the world. This soap is great for all skin types
* With their alluring shape and significant symbolism,almonds have influenced everything from Italian mandolins and patterns in Persian rugs to the paintings of Van Gogh.Felling inspired?