Over here at Cibaria Soap Supply, we really really love the summer! And in our neck of the woods, summer has sure taken it’s sweet time to get here! Even in otherwise “Sunny” Southern California, we’ve experience long months of rainy / gloomy weather in what is otherwise known as the hottest time of the year for us! Just as of a week or two ago has the weather started to warm up to it’s normal mid-90′s temps and the gloomy and rainy days have hopefully shown the last of themselves.
To celebrate summer’s triumphant arrival, we’ve compiled a showcase of some of our favorite Summer-Inspired Soaps! As you can see, they range quite a bit in method, scent, shape, and color. We wanted to try to include as many soap making methods as possible, and hopefully we were successful in doing this!
This oh-so-cute creation was crafted by Lily Bay Soap, which doesn’t seem to have a working Etsy page at this time. If anyone knows where this person currently sells, please let us know, and we’ll link their store!
SUPER Cute Watermelon Soap Bars – and they smell like watermelon too! Crafted by Sweet Body Soaps
Words can’t describe how we feel about this soap! It’s just all-around impressive! Besides looking like a deliciously edible treat, this soap features bright colors, and fruit molded shapes on top! We’re not sure how they achieved this look, but it’s great! Crafted by Alegria Mediterraneo Soap
This quenching Raspberry Lemonade Loofa soap looks as refreshing as it does colorful! Gorgeous, vivid colors with a citrus-looking loofa in the middle make this creation a true favorite! Crafted by Eliza Grason
Shea Butter Pomegranate Soap – Made with Olive oil, Coconut oil, Sweet Almond oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide, Shea butter, fragrance, and mica – This fresh creation hits the spot with perfect moisture and scent combinations! Crafted by Sutter Buttes Soap Company
This Wildberry Zinger Tea soap is bright, cheerful, and creative! We’re loving the white against the neon colors, and the adorable dotted theme. This unique creation was crafted by Burnt Mill Candles & Soap
A CP Soap With Mango Butter and Avocado Oil – This passionate, but simply summer soap looks fresh and lively, as well as moisturizing! Crafted by MacSoapy
This nourishing soap features an awesome variation of the traditional coconut and it’s scent combines coconut milk with lemongrass, vanilla and musk. Crafted by Wicked Soap
Cool Citrus Basil Soap – provides a cool and refreshing kind of clean – perfect for those who spend a bit too much time in the sun happen to get sunburnt – or those who just love the nourishing moisture and clean that this great soap will bring! Crafted by Forget Me Not Soap Shop
Cold Press Boston Tea Party Soap – Features the cool and collected colors of a nice summer breeze! Ingredients include: Coconut oil, palm oil, Shea Butter, Castor Oil, Olive Oil, Avocado oil, vegetable Shortening, Canola Oil, Fragrance, Micas, grapeseed oil, and Cosmetic grade Glitter. Crafted by: Nature’s Essence Soaps
Caribbean Coral Reef Soap – SLS FREE – We love this soap’s bright colors, and all-natural ingredients that include Olive Oil, Shea Butter, Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Jojoba Oil, Avocado Oil, and Castor Oil! Crafted By Happy Bubbles Soap!
This Sweet Orange Blossom Soap is radiant and skillfully crafted to look nice, neat, and put-together. It’s colors scream summertime sunsets and it’s ingredients include all-natural glycerine with goat’s milk for a smooth and moisturizing lather. Crafted By: It’s Almost Bath Time
What are Some of YOUR Favorite Summertime Soaps? Feel free to leave your 2 cents in our comments!
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