Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Birch Bonding

Sherrie Graham is a sweet, talented soapmaker from Nova Scotia, Canada. She and I discovered each other because we both named our businesses around beautiful birch trees. Sherrie owns
Birch Bark Soap and has a great blog named~yup! Birch Bark Soap! She is a master at using simplicity to highlight the purity of her product!

I feel so lucky because I've been using some of that purely delightful product for the past week! Sherrie sweetly sent down an Oatmeal, Milk & Honey bar and an Exfoliating Gardener's Bar.
Sherrie does both CP & HP soapmaking. I think these are CP, but check the comments because Sherrie may correct me! :) They are WONDERFUL soaps!

It's been a real joy to try these babies out! I've been using the Oatmeal bar in the shower for the past few days. It has a great lather, smooth as silk glide and the fragrance is sweet & soothing! I love it! I'm not much of a gardener, but I always seem to have dirt on my hands this time of year. Sherrie's Gardeners Bar uses cornmeal as the exfoliant and it works brilliantly. That coupled with the calming scent of Almond & Honey makes it a real winner!

If I were you, I'd click on over to Sherrie's Etsy shop and do some shopping! You'll be so happy you did because her soaps are a real treat!! Thanks, Sherrie~ and lots of Birch Bubble Love to you!


sherrieg said...

You are too sweet! The Oatmeal, Milk, and Honey is hot process, and the Gardener's bar is cold. I'm so glad that you like them, and I'm so excited to try yours! (I have a self-imposed rule where I won't start a new bar or product until another one is used up... so I've got to start taking longer showers!)

Carrie ~ Gigi said...

You're right her soaps are a treat! I was lucky to receive some during a soap swap~ wonderful!

Anonymous said...

I had bought some Birch Bark Soap soaps, and they are, indeed, wonderful!

Suds to Love said...

I love how natural Sherrie keeps her bars looking!