Soap of the Week: Sweet Surrender

sweet surrender soap2 Soap of the Week: Sweet Surrender

Sweet Surrender Soap by Great Cakes Soapworks

Some of you have been waiting for this one! Sweet Surrender is loaded up with all the yummyness I could find – starting with fresh goat’s milk for a super creamy lather. The fragrance is out of this world – a combination of sweet orange, coconut, vanilla, almond, and chocolate. It really doesn’t get any better than this!

Limited quantities, so get your hands on them quick!

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And in case you were still hoping for Blueberry Muffin soap from last week, there are just two bars left – available here.

11 thoughts on “Soap of the Week: Sweet Surrender

  1. Hi Amy,

    Well, with ingredients like coconut, vanilla, almond, and chocolate, even me, who hears comments about our soaps being good enough to eat, would want to snack on this soap. The description, and especially the photo are just delectable beyond any soap I’ve seen yet. I like the name “Sweet Surrender” too.

    I’m wondering what your initial reaction was when you actually used this soap, being that I’m sure your family likes using your own soaps as we love the opportunity to lather up with our soaps.

    Also, what inspired you to create this particular soap?

    Thanks for sharing this Amy.

  2. @Michael – I know what you mean about people commenting about eating your soap! I had several of those comments when I introduced this one at the market on Saturday.

    I was inspired by all the yummy fragrances that I could find in my soaping cabinet!! Seems like I had seen an Orange Kahlua soap somewhere on the net, and that sounded pretty good to me, so I just tried to come up with something similar, yet over-the-top fabulous!

  3. The swirls are beautiful! Perfect! The fragrance blend sounds divine! I hope your spring is going great Amy :)

  4. Thanks, Michelle! Yep, I think there are others who agreed with you – these are already sold out! It’s been a great spring so far!

  5. This one sounds like dessert and looks great. I’m sure it will get snapped up quickly.

  6. @Jodie – This was the one I used a fragrance oil in, but would love to re-create it using all natural essential oils.

  7. Hello Amy,
    I’m sorry if i don’t speak a good english…
    I do some soap too (not as beautiful^^) and I really want to tell you your work is amazing and I like to come to see your blog
    Bye

  8. @Pauline – Thank you so much for your kind words! It would seem that you are entirely too humble – your soap photos are very beautiful!

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