Sunday, May 30, 2010

Sunday Spotlight - Clean and Simple Soaps, Bath and Body, and Candles

I try to show everything under the sun on these Sunday Spotlights. I like to show readers that the styles and techniques of artisans are quite vast and beautiful. These artisans embrace the clean and simple lines. No botanicals, embeds, swirls, and the like, just subtle colors and a clean spa like feel. Each product looks uncluttered and completely relaxing. Enjoy this week's Sunday Spotlight artisans.

Naked Soap with Chamomile by Mirasol Farm

Dead Sea Aromatherapy Bath Salts by Virtues of Nature

Body Puddin' Whipped Cream Soap by Savannah Soap Kitchen

Rain Water Soy Pillar Candle by Turtle Bead
Soap and Shave Cubes by Red Leaf

Cool Citrus Basil Soy Votives by Tickle Bean 2Coconut Cream Soap by Kreated by Karina

Peppermint Goats Milk Soap by Wonder Turtle Soaps
Lovely Lemon Verbana Bath Bombs by Swan Mountain Soaps

Lavender Soap by Birch Bark Soaps
Balancing Herbal Skin Toner by Spa Therapy Amber and Vanilla Scented Body Cream by BL Soaps
Citrus Cooler Soap by Bella Sapone

Lemongrass Soap Bar by Jen San Candles
Brown Sugar Cubes Body Scrub by Flourish Bath and Body

Hawaiian Macadamia Soap by Aroma Relax
Lemongrass Sage Soap by Aromatic Body Oils

Next week's theme is pink. If you have pink bath and body products or candles, be sure to include them on the Sunday Spotlight Flickr Photo Pool. When sharing your item on the pool, be sure to list your website so I can link the photo to your site. You can actually post any bath products and candle photos you would like to share. It doesn't have to match the current theme. Sometimes a Sunday Spotlight is inspired by what I see on the photo pool. Sometimes, your item may not fit a theme, but I check out your site to see if something else does fit. So don't be shy. Post any bath and body product or candle photo you would like to promote.

The Bonnie Bath Co.
Natural, handmade bath and body products

2 comments:

  1. LOVE the lavender soap in the bucket!! Of course, they're all wonderful, but that one really caught my eye. :)

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  2. Amy, I just love Birch Bark Soaps. I follow her blog and she always has the best pictures. She's on a hiatus right now as she just had a bunble of joy.

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