The scent of this soap is so difficult to explain! It is a warm scent, soft, masculine, and feminine enough for a women. I plan to make a matching candle or wax tart. It would definitely add some ambience to a home in the fall or winter.
Cinnamon and rose essential oils are both great for stress. Perhaps that is why I find the scent of this soap to be relaxing.
As with many of my soaps, I included rhassoul clay in this one. Rhassoul clay can reduce dryness, flakiness, and helps to improve skin texture. I love the color that rhassoul clay throws, a creamy tan in many of the soaps.
I posted the photo above to show the crazy color this soap takes on when first poured into the mold. It actually looks a bit flourescent green/yellow, then within minutes it goes to a dark golden color.
This is a photo of a cured bar of cinnamon rose goat milk soap:
If you want to know more about any particular soap, or product, or if you have one in mind for a Product Monday blog post, I would love to talk about it!