Product Code: 2021 Birthstones Soap-Scription
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Soap-Scription Birthstones 2021

Each month of 2021 will feature a large, more than 5-ounce birthstone-inspired soap, decorated to the hilt: a bit of bling to look forward to each month! Price includes one featured soap each month (for 12 months), a Soap-Scription welcome gift, and shipping & handling for the year. This soap bar, valued at $10 per bar, is reduced to about $8 when you soap-scribe!

Includes:

Each month of large (5-7 ounce) decorated soap bar in birthstone theme

Each month's free corresponding cosmetic item

Each month's shipping and handling


You may decide to purchase these monthly; shipping is included in the price!


Items are shipped the first week of each month throughout 2021.

Special edition limited supply

*Please contact me if you live nearby and prefer to arrange pick up, and eliminate the shipping fees.

January: Cherry Almond Garnet Soap + Cocoa Butter Cashmere Lotion Bar Garnet is derived from Latin ‘granatus’ meaning ‘grain like’ because it resembles pomegranate blossom. The birthstone was a symbol of and has a meaning of faith, constancy, and cheerfulness (from birthstone.guide). The delicious scent of a cherry harvest and almond notes will awaken your senses and satiate your appetite for aroma. The soap looks and feels like a rich dessert for your skin! Soap and glitter gems decorate the top of this gorgeous bar.

February: Grape Amethyst Soap + Guava Lip Balm Amethyst, a gorgeously grapey purple color, is known for its protective and calming effects. A beautiful geode is layered between grape layers of soap, and amethyst soap crystals adorn the top of this bar."Dreams of amethyst have a meaning of freedom from harm. According to Aristotle, a beautiful nymph was turned into a gem by Diana to protect her from Bacchus – the god of wine. As a remembrance of his love, Bacchus poured wine onto the stone and gave it this beautiful color. The meaning of the name amethyst translates ‘without intoxication’ and because of that this birthstone was believed to protect the wearer from extensive drinking and hangover effect." (birthstone.guide).

March: Aquamarine Crystals & Sea Salt Soap + Aquamarine Sugar Scrub Cubes Aquamarine is considered the gem of purity and also symbolizes happiness, constancy in love and marriage, and protection from conflicts. It has been used to defeat fears and gain control over emotions. It has also been believed to stimulate intellect, intuition, and imagination. Welcome to your very own ocean! Using this lovely fresh scented sea-salt soap is everything your skin asked for: gentle exfoliation, nourishment, and all the known benefits of sea salt minerals, potentially detoxifying and inflammation reducing. Create your own spa day and dive into pleasure and self-care!

April: Diamond Baby's Breath Soap + Diamond Sparkle Liquid soap - The name of the diamond is derived from Greek ‘adamas,’ meaning unbreakable, since its hardness and clearness are unsurpassed. This birthstone has superior brilliance and the most outstanding reflection of all gems (birthstone.guide). This soap is layers of silver and white with a sparkly decorated top, and scented with the subtly romantic floral scent of baby's breath.

May: Lily of the Valley of Emeralds Soap + Emerald Eucalyptus and Green Tea Soothing Bath Salts In Egypt the emerald was cut in multiple shapes and used as a talisman in order to ward off evil. Charubel, early 20th century occultist, wrote that the emerald is for those “who aspire to wisdom and seek enlightenment, and for those who seek the good of life” (birthstone.guide).

June: Pearl Soap + Pearl Body Butter with avocado butter and seaweed extract June's birthstone Soap-scription entry is a lovely pearlescent white bar with a feathered gray interior. A soap pearl is embedded atop seashell-look decoration, with sprinkles of white bursting beads. Elegance epitomized. Accompanying this month's soap-scription purchase is summer floral scented, whipped body butter. Its deep conditioning comes from rich avocado butter and seaweed extract. “There it lay, the great pearl, perfect as the moon.”--John Steinbeck. In the Middle East pearl was the gem of purity preserving wearers’ integrity, even offering protection for those who work at sea. Cleopatra was rumored to use this birthstone for medicinal purposes. It has been believed that pearls lose their luster if they are kept away from human body warmth. In the most recent times, pearl has become a symbol of high refinement and has been considered the birthstone for a cultured person. (Birthstone.guide)

July: Strawberry Rhubarb Soap with Ruby Streusel + Fruity Foamy Bubble Bath Bomb with Strawberry Leaves Nothing says summer to me like rhubarb! This sweet and fruity soap looks and smells like rhubarb cake with sweet, syrupy glaze and streusel topping. To keep with our 2021 Birthstones theme this year, this topping made with soap ruby streusel! Moving south to Texas, and only expending minimal effort (native perennials) to have a blooming garden, I have taken for granted that rhubarb would not be a summertime treat for me. This soap changes that!! Just remember, soap is not edible: Use all senses but taste to enjoy this! ;)

The ruby has had many symbolic meanings throughout time and around the world: charity, dignity, divinity, life, and happiness. This gem was one of the gems in the magical necklace of Vishnu, one of the most important holy gods in Hinduism. (Birthstone.guide)

August: Lemongrass Peridot Soap with Lemongrass Scented Candle The golden hues of August's birthstone, the peridot, are matched with the luscious and herbaceous lemony scent of lemongrass, with the addition in this product of lemongrass essential oil. Colors move in ombre layers from dark chartreuse to golden lemon, and have a bit of sparkle thanks to the mica colorants. Peridot soap “gems” are propped atop this tall, hand-decorated soap, alongside golden bursting beads.

Peridot has been commonly called the "gold stone" and the usage of the name "peridot" dates back to the 13th century. For much of this time, the stone has been confused with golden topaz or emeralds as they occur in similar colors. At one time in its history, the peridot was valued more highly than the diamond. (birthstone.guide)

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