Handmade Soap Goes From Homely to Heavenly

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Granny’s old fashioned lye soap has come a long way. Today’s carefully handcrafted, botanically based luxury soaps feel marvelous on your skin, plus they smell divine and look good too.

Gone are the days of granny's ugly homemade soap that was harsh to your skin and smelled like old bacon grease. These days, handcrafted soaps are more about luxury than necessity. They feel good, look good, and smell good. So good, in fact, they're winning awards for their Design, Innovation, Creativity & Excellence.

Soap on the Rocks by A Wild Soap Bar™ recently won the D.I.C.E. Award in the Mind, Body, & Spirit Category at the June Dallas International Gift & Home Accessories Market in Dallas, Texas. Envision a beautifully tinted, wildly aromatic, sensuously textured bar of natural soap perched atop a hand-carved, ancient fossilized limestone soap dish. Who said soap has to be boring and ugly? Today's fine handcrafted soaps delight your senses, while they pamper your skin and accent your decor.

The decorative Soap on the Rocks comes in 10 skin loving native plant varieties such as Bluebonnet, Prickly Pear, Mesquite, and best-selling Horsemint. Maggie Hanus, founder and owner of A Wild Soap Bar™, and her son Jory gather many of the native plants they use in their original soap formulas. What started out as an interesting hobby born in the kitchen of their tiny log cabin has grown up to be a full-blown soap making operation. They now hand pour over a thousand bars of fragrant natural soaps each week in the small manufacturing facility they built in the woods near their cabin. They plan to expand soon to keep up with the demand.

As savvy consumers learn about the many benefits of natural handmade soap, they’re also discovering the joy of experiencing beauty, creativity and art in everyday household items. Judged by a panel of industry experts in Dallas to be the best, most innovative new product in its class, Soap on the Rocks has taken "homemade soap" to a whole new level.

About A Wild Soap Bar™:

A Wild Soap Bar™ is a family business located on 20 wild and wooded acres just east of Austin, Texas. Maggie taught herself to make soap there back in 1995 and hasn’t been able to stop ever since. It is her passion to provide you with the finest quality natural handmade soaps, while caring for the environment and promoting the necessity, value and natural beauty of native plants. For additional information or product availability contact Maggie Hanus at 512-272-4058 or visit http://www.awildsoapbar.com

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