Product Spotlight: Tropical Breezes Glycerin Soap

Welcome back to the product spotlight! Product spotlights are blog posts that feature new and interesting items in my Etsy shop.  In these posts I’ll go into further detail and answer any questions you may have about the displayed item. This one is my personal favorite: Tropical Breeze glycerin soap!

Tropical Breeze is one of the first fragrances I chose when deciding on what I wanted to sell for my business. I ordered a sample of this fragrance a while back and I fell in love! I had to have it in my shop! It’s a complex tropical scent that created conflicts in the design. I wanted a tropical color but I didn’t want it to look like all the other bars of soap. I settled on shades of blue, reminiscent of clear blue seas surrounding the island that inspires this fragrance.

Tropical Breeze is inspired by the Pacific island of Bora Bora. Bora Bora is a territory of French Polynesia and a huge tourist destination for those who want fun in the sun. The tropical climate lends itself to lush greenery, breath-taking lagoons and expansive coral reefs. Notes of pineapple, acai berry, mango zest, tart passion fruit, yuzu zest, green apple and orchid leaves rest on a bed of musk. It’s sweet and refreshing!

This soap is currently listed on my Etsy site at $6 USD per bar. Only 8 bars are available so don’t wait for your chance to escape the winter blue to the Pacific islands!

Keep up with my shop & social media!:

Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/TheBlackCurrant

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Twitter: @BlackCurrantWA

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