Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (PRWEB) May 05, 2014
SoGa Artisan Soaperie (http://www.sogasoap.com) will be gifting its Don’t Go Breaking My Heart! Solid Bubble Bath to some of Hollywood’s most talked about mothers and moms-to-be as part of an exclusive celebrity gift bag being prepared by The Artisan Group® for Mother’s Day 2014. The gift bag will be delivered in time for the May 11 holiday.
Gift bag recipients include Jaime King, Alicia Silverstone, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Tammin Sursok, Halle Berry, Rachel Leigh Cook, Kendra Wilkinson, Gwen Stefani, Kerry Washington, Kristin Cavallari, Drew Barrymore, Mila Kunis, Alyssa Milano, Emily Blunt, Kelly Clarkson, Ginnifer Goodwin, Olivia Wilde, Christina Aguilera, Scarlett Johansson, Jenna Fischer, Ciara, Shelly Brown (Mrs. Zac Brown), Molly McNearney (Mrs. Jimmy Kimmel), Elsa Pataky (Mrs. Chris Hemsworth), and Danielle Jonas (Mrs. Kevin Jonas).
Each Don’t Go Breaking My Heart! Solid Bubble Bath Bar was handcrafted by SoGa Artisan Soaperie owner Louise Vargas. The black raspberry and vanilla scented bars are vegan and gluten-free and contain good for your skin sunflower, coconut, rice bran, palm kernel and safflower oils, plus cocoa and mango butters.
“Bubble bath time is always fun and I wanted to give these Hollywood Moms a special treat they would enjoy along with their kids,” remarked Louise. “These bubble bath bars are so easy to use; just break off a piece, crumble it under running water and the tub will soon be filled with mile-high bubbles that are luscious, long-lasting and great for dry, sensitive skin.”
SoGa Artisan Soap's Don’t Go Breaking My Heart! Solid Bubble Bath Bars retail for $6.50 for a 155g bar and are available to purchase at http://www.sogasoap.com.
All SoGa Artisan Soaperie products are handcrafted in small batches using only natural vegetable oils, exotic butters, clays and botanicals and are vegan and gluten-free. The company is best known for its skin-friendly handcrafted soaps in distinctive formulations like Hawaiian Sandalwood, Black Raspberry and Vanilla, Ocean Tempest, Dark Espresso Vetiver and Bergamot and Lime Fort Garry Dark Ale Beer. It also offers scrubs, lotions, a men’s skin care line and custom soap cakes and slices, perfect for gifting.
Louise says her interest in soapmaking came from her search for a cleanser that would not irritate her own dry, sensitive skin. Her forays into the craft of soapmaking were not only successful but provided a satisfying creative outlet. What was a hobby has turned into a small boutique business based in the eclectic neighborhood of Wolseley, Winnipeg in Manitoba Canada.
Says Louise, “SoGa Artisan Soaperie has been making unique gourmet soap and body care products for over 13 years. Artisan soap making is a respected craft born of ancient traditions; in fact, the history of soap making goes back 6,000 years to the ancient Babylonians. I consider it a privilege to be able to support and continue these traditions in a way that accommodates the modern demand for healthy, natural skin care.”
SoGa Artisan Soaperie vegan and gluten free soaps have been gifted at GBK’s Luxury Gift Lounges for the 2011 Academy Awards and the 2013 Primetime Emmy Awards. The company was featured in Winnipeg Women’s Magazine in December 2013. The company is in good standing with the Handmade Soap and Cosmetics Guild and has been registered and approved by Health Canada.
SoGa Artisan Soaperie products are available at the Soga Artisan Soaperie website, select local retailers and juried craft shows. Wholesale inquiries are welcome.
To learn more about SoGa Artisan Soaperie, contact Louise Vargas by email using the Contact Author button to the right. Become a fan on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest.
For more information about The Artisan Group, visit theartisangroup.org or contact Valerie Guerrero at (408) 203-6727.
ABOUT SOGA ARTISAN SOAPERIE
SoGa Artisan Soaperie (http://www.sogasoap.com) has been making unique gourmet soap and bodycare products for over 13 years. We are a small boutique business based in the eclectic neighbourhood of Wolseley, Winnipeg in Manitoba, Canada.