It's been quite a while since I've ordered from Nature's Art. Soap maker and owner Kim was so nice and helpful to me back in my own soap making days. As I drifted away from the soap world, I lost track of Nature's Art. Now that I'm trying to get back into the wonderful world of handcrafted soaps and body products, I thought I'd go ahead and order from someone familiar.
See how fun everything was packaged? I have no idea what I'll use that pink bag for but I *love* it.
So let's see what I got!
Fairy Floss - 'A fruity blend of cotton candy, lemon drops, caramel and raspberry jam on a dry down of musks.'
This is the ever-popular Pink Sugar scent. The picture doesn't do it justice but the pink part is a really bright neon pink with sparkles on top.
Decided to get a bubbling sugar scrub in the same scent. I go through phases with sugar scrubs, and since I haven't had any for a while, I decided to try one again. I don't think I've ever had a scrub from Nature's Art.
Also wanted to try Kim's lotion too, again in the same scent. I have had lotion from her before but that was years ago and I have no idea what formula changes she might have made. This is just a small one ounce bottle. I was wondering why it was gray when the other products feature pink, but then discovered it's just the bottle that is gray. Duh me. lol
Royal Baker's Confection - 'A sophisticated, warm amber base note. Blended with multiple rich dark vanillas.'
A soap sample that I received, this is an interesting scent I think I might like. It's like a rich, exotic vanilla scent.
Copper Kettle Corn - 'Freshly-popped popcorn blended with a little sweetness and a little salt.'
I like the smell of real popcorn, like when it's available to eat, but I find I'm not fond of the scent in home fragrance or body products. This has a sort of oatmeal scent to it, and seems familiar, but I'm still not a fan of it. This was the second soap sample included in my order.
And a festive little goody bag of Halloween fun! There was candy and rings and stickers. Such a fun littler extra. Thank you, Kim!
I have not tried any of these items yet but now that I'm finally getting this posted I will definitely start using them. I'm also looking forward to seeing what's in part two of the Nature's Art fall release.
Have you tried Nature's Art?