White Gardenia Soap
This Gardenia is usually found in my Hawaiian tropical section along with the Hawaiian Jasmine and Plumerias.
Eucalyptus & Honey Soap with Oatmeal
Eucalyptus is the crisp, soothing aroma of fresh-picked eucalyptus leaves. Eucalyptus is known for its distinct aroma, which is a cooling, refreshing mint-like scent. This Australian essential oil coming from the leaves of the blue gum tree is also used in aromatherapy and in perfumery.
I combine the oatmeal and honey into the soap and create this therapeutic, richly lathering exfoliant soap.
The most popular and well known of all the exfoliant soaps made by Sunset Beach Products.
Almond & Oatmeal Soap
This bar has a standard and widely used exfoliant, ground oatmeal. It is the ideal exfoliant of all soaps I make. The aroma is a very rich cherry amaretto, snickerdoodle or Costco muffin kind of smell. Another version of this bar is the more coarse, exfoliant soap, listed below.
Almond Poppy Nut Scrub Soap
This bar has ground exfoliants of oatmeal, poppy seed and ground oatmeal. It is the coarsest exfoliant of all soaps I make. The aroma is a very rich cherry amaretto, snickerdoodle or Costco muffin kind of smell.
Amber Romance Soap
Amber is a warm, soft, slightly musky aroma which is subtle and not in your face pronounced - not an obnoxious but a very mild and delicate aroma like honey on your skin I always say. Sweet amber and hints of honey and a following of vanilla. Embrace true love with an alluring bouquet of white lily, lush jasmine and peony. Warm amber and a pronounced sandalwood base note complete this sultry and romantic floral fragrance.
This is a lime, oak and sandalwood combination which has a very fresh clean aroma with sublime green notes. Very fresh and uplifting, inspired by a very special friend back in 2006. It’s a somewhat masculine aroma and very popular with the ladies! Inspired from a sweet friend whom back in 2006 loved the scent on her office buildings’ security guard so much, it became a fun daily ritual for him to lean down a bit for her to smell the aroma as she is quite a ‘petite flower’ herself.
Bay-Rum & Lime Soap
This is a blend inspired by my great grandfather who had a bay rum lime splash for Sunday church. I recreated this aroma to make in my very first cologne sprays back in 2001/2002. It has the Jamaican bay rum you expect and fresh citrusy lime and tangy notes. Very uplifting and refreshing, also acts as an exceptional shaving bar soap as it lathers up very richly (as do all of my soaps) and the bay is an antiseptic for those razor burns and cuts.
Black Licorice Soap
If you’ve ever had black licorice candies then this is the one for you. Made with pure anise essential Oil, it has a very powerful aroma of black licorice but actually masks human scent. Salmon and steelhead fishermen as well as acid licorice candy fans love this soap as it actually is as it says - so many customer seem surprised, but when you’re buying quality, this should be no surprise.
Cedar Soap - The Mountain Logger / Little Woody
A little woody is the nickname for this woodsy combination of cedar frankincense and Peru balsam; all tree essential Oils. This bar is the mans’ man of soaps and also perfect for sensitive skin as it is anti-itch and helpful for those who have delicate skin issues, eczema and psoriasis.
Cucumber & Calamansi Soap
The combination of the SE Asian CALAMANSI which is a very tart and tiny lime, the size of a kumquat, and fresh green cucumber make up this fresh and mildly citrusy scent.
Cucumber & Jasmine Soap
The exotic blend of crisp, fresh-sliced, green cucumber paired with freshly cut jasmine flowers and a soft note of rose petals.
Dragons Blood Soap
The dragons blood is a tree resin that has musky, spicy, cinnamon & citrus notes. A hint of vanilla and sarsaparilla. Some people have described this to me as a root beer soap and in a way, it does have some similarities to those ingredients which make up root beer. Certainly, a very popular aroma with everyone. Dracaena cinnabari, the Socotra dragon tree or dragon blood tree, is a dragon tree native to the Socotra archipelago, part of Yemen, located in the Arabian Sea. It is so called due to the red sap that the trees produce.
Egyptian Musk Soap
This longtime staple I’ve been making since 2003. If scents are linked to memories then this is my testament to that fact. An intensely sweet spicy blend with a powdery quality, light floral hints. Base notes of sweet sandalwood. Egyptian Musk was historically a genuine perfume of ancient Egypt, although modern day versions are many and varied, not intended to reproduce the original faithfully. There are no animal products in this musk as it originally was a material harvested from the musk oxen and civet cat. This is NOT the case with this aroma blend.