New Releases from Herbaria Soaps

by Bionic Beauty on 17.Sep.2008 · 6 comments

My favorite hand-made soap company, Herbaria Soaps, has released some new products, Yippee!
Lime Coconut Aloe Soap by Herbaria Soaps

First off, Lime Coconut Aloe soap. Yum. It’s like a tropical vacation in a bar. I loved mine, super soft on your skin, fun to shower with, and moisturizing. I really liked the lingering scent on my skin. Family members… take note… you’ll probably be getting this for the holidays. 🙂 ($5.95 for a 4.5 oz bar…it’s quite large.)

Coffee soap. Now, I’m not normally a coffee-scent fan. Yeah, I drink coffee every morning before tackling the blog world, but I never thought to shower with it. As always, Herbaria has changed my mind. It’s a perfect bar for morning. I keep it by the sink to perk me up first thing in the AM. It’s even gentle enough for my super-sensitive facial skin. ($7.50 for 4.5 oz bar)

Ginger Neem bar. This one is particularly exciting. The soap contains ginger and neem oil. Neem oil has been buzzed about far and wide for it’s skin-healing properties. I was always tempted to try some, but Herbaria has saved me the trouble. I’ll just wash with this soap and be a very happy camper! ($5.95 for a 4.5 oz bar.)

Along with the new bars, Herbaria also released some new products which I haven’t tried yet. But I’m planning to order some for the holidays (I bound and determined to accomplish my shopping early this year. Even if I have to glue myself to the couch and computer…). Anyhow… the new products:

Ant Away:
Safe, fragrant and effective mist to discourage ants from trespassing in your kitchen and bath. An 8 ounce spray bottle is $7.45 which seems like a great buy to me, especially since I live in ant-ridden Florida. The ants down here will invade in minutes and eat through a closed box of cereal. It’s crazy. This is a must for me.
Herbaria Jojoba Oil for face and skincare
Organic Cold Pressed Jojoba Oil: Nature’s best moisturizer absorbs quickly into your skin for a soft silky finish. The Jojoba Oil is available in Unscented, Patchouli, Lavender, and Coriander-May Chang. 8 ounce bottles are $19.95 and 4 ounce bottles are $11.95.

Lavender Almond Massage and Bath Oil: Almond oil absorbs slowly into your skin. It’s especially enjoyable for massage. Try a few drops in your bath water for relaxation. A 2 ounce bottle is $7.45, and the better buy is a 4 oz bottle for $9.95.

You can read my other mentions and reviews of Herbaria on Bionic Beauty. I really think you’d like these soaps. And every person I gift them to, absolutely flips. Really!

All images are the copyright of Herbaria Soaps and are used on Bionic Beauty with permission.


1 Jen September 17, 2008 at 8:30 pm

I have been craving to try the Lime Coconut, Ginger Neem and Licorice soaps!

Yes, anyone would love to receive a package from Herbaria, except perhaps Paula Poundstone’s cat:

2 Jessica September 17, 2008 at 8:31 pm

Great read. Thank you for the detailed reviews.

3 BionicBeauty September 18, 2008 at 7:59 am

Ahhhhhh! That’s a hilarious kitty picture, Jen! Thanks for sharing… agreed. He may be one of the few who wouldn’t enjoy these soaps. 😉


4 Jen September 18, 2008 at 3:56 pm

Yeah, that is one unhappy kitty.

5 akavar September 19, 2008 at 4:48 pm

lol @ that kitty… classic 😀 poor little guy looked like he was drowning.

6 Glenn September 19, 2008 at 6:45 pm

wow.. Nice Soap and Oil. I will use the soap.

Thanks for your informations.

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