Monday, November 28, 2011

Simply Eden Bath & Body Christmas #Giveaway #Rafflecopter

 When I am looking for a great gift, I look for something that won't end up in the re-gift pile the week after I give it to someone.  And for that to happen, the gift needs to be unique, useful and beautiful. This year, I think I've found that in Simply Eden Bath & Body!  Simply Eden is a Bath & Body Delight!  It is for the discerning soap connoisseur and for the budget-conscious luxury lover.  It is for those with the most sensitive skin and for those who simply love sumptuous suds.   And that is why it is such a great fit for many people.  I'd tell you all about the benefits of goat milk soap but I think Athena does it best on her site.  I WILL tell you, however, that I now know a bit of the history of soap that I didn't know before.  It is quite fascinating. 

I counted no less than 37 different fragrances of soap in the soap section!  The names intrigue my scent imagination--Apples & Oak, Mistletoe & Ivy, Orchid Rain, Cucumber Melon, Georgia Peach or Spiced Rum!  And the soap is so beautiful!  It is swirled with colors that match the particular scent! 

I was also able to try the Black Raspberry Vanilla Body Butter, the Simply Radiant Face Cream, the Holy Goat Soap (with Frankincense and Myrrh)  and the Hair Sculpting Wax.  I was so impressed and wowed with each of these exceptional products.  So much so, that I made another order for Christmas for my 2 sisters and 2 nieces!  I know they will definitely love the body butter!  It definitely won't be going in the re-gift pile! 
Simply Eden and A GAL NEEDS... are teaming up to bring you a great giveaway, either for yourself or a fabulous Christmas gift for someone you love!
One reader will receive their choice of  2 soaps, a body butter and lotion!  (ARV $40)  You can enter to win in the Rafflecopter form below!  

Congratulations to the winner - entrant #42, Kasee Johnson!  




11 comments :

Jennifer Rogers said...

Simply Eden uses Babassu oil in the goat milk soap!
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Kasee said...

I didn't realize that it took 4 - 6 weeks to create! I'm impressed with the care and patience going into the final product.
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Glogirl said...

I learned that cold-process soap must have a cure period, which is generally around four weeks.

Bee W Bedard said...

Didn't know that the history of soap dates back to 2800 BC

Jo said...

Never realized how long it takes!

Kathy said...

THIS IS FUN! lOVE THE COLOR OF YOUR PURPLE SOAP. I HAVE VERY DRY SKIN, THAT IS PUTTING IT MILDLY.:) HOPE YOU CAN HELP ME!

Samantha said...

I like that they make small batches and that they are each unique when they get to you. Some people might not like that they are not uniform in shape but I love that about this soap.

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Rebby said...

I learned about the very sweet and super cute family of goats that produce the milk for these fantastic products!

409cope said...

I like that these soaps are made fresh and are all unique.cardshark42(at)hotmail(dot)com

Krista said...

I learned that some sources say soap was discovered when rain washed ashes and animal fat from sacrifices at Mt. Sapo to the banks of the Tiber River, creating suds. Very cool!

Kasee said...

Thank you!! I can't wait to try everything!! The funny thing is, I have 2 goats (pygmy goats) and friends have been bugging me to milk them and use the milk. I see them as part of my family, not ingredient providers, so I've always p'shawed the comments. Too much work involved for me. I'm glad I get to try products that have so much time and care put into them. I'm sure I'll fall in love with them as much as you did!

Thanks again!!
Kasee