08-23-2012, 09:59 AM
As promised the last PIF wasn’t my last.
So who’s up for another small one!
To enter you must have 55 posts by the time this PIF closes!
To enter say what you want so I know you would like to be entered!
This one will only have one winner! The 1/2 puck seen in the photo is the one that will be mailed out to the winner. Everything else is just a photo prop! The top half of the puck is going into my husband’s shave den! Poor fella doesn’t even get the whole thing to himself as I’m having him share with some lucky forum member! Although I did make 3 full size jars of this shaving soap!
This is a new shaving soap that I have created. In the past I have seen glycerin shaving soaps made with certain adult beverages but because it was glycerin soap you could only add a very small amount! I have played a little with my shaving soap recipe and created a shaving soap that contains more than a little splash of rum!
Beer is common in soaps and in the past I have done a beer shaving soap,
I’ve done beer bath soap.
So why not some Captain Morgan Spiced Rum to go with a Bay Rum Scent!
The rum is actually the 5th ingredient out of 13!
Liquids Used: Filtered Water, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum
Oils Used: Avocado Oil, Castor Oil, Jojoba, Tallow, Tocopherols (vit E),
Other Ingredients Used: Fragrance, Glycerin, Kaolin Clay, Lye, Sodium Lactate, Stearic Acid, Sugar
Scent Description: A classic bay rum scent of a blend of bay leaves and orange peel.
This is not a bay rum that is heavy on the cloves like some, in case you’re wondering about that.
closeup of the lather
This PIF ends Friday August 24th in the late afternoon, central time zone!
08-23-2012, 03:04 PM
(08-23-2012, 02:13 PM)freddy Wrote: Krissy, I'm not in either but I'd just like to say that besides this being a fine PIF, your photo done in off whites and maroon is beautiful!
Thanks Freddy, the photo was taken with my cell phone of all things and then I edited the photo on my phone as well for altering the coloring. Then I emailed the picture to myself so I could do the writing on the photo with a program that I use.
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