Dienstag, 24. Juli 2007


This AMBER soap is delicious!
It contains not only Amber powder but an earthy blend of a mixture of Ylang, Sandalwood, Bergamotte and Patchouli.

Samstag, 21. Juli 2007

Cherry Hearts

This wonderful pinky colored hearts smell like a basket full of cherries. Bon apetit.

Mittwoch, 18. Juli 2007

Amber Dragons & Massage bar

These bars contain Amber powder with a warm floral scent of Ylang and Palmarosa plus little spice of Basil, undertoned by Patchouli. Last but not least Silk smoothes your skin softly.

Samstag, 14. Juli 2007

Golden Girls

beautiful girls with juicy taste of mango

Floral layers

Donnerstag, 12. Juli 2007

Sexy Soaps

Killing you softly...with this soap!
An incredible earthy and woody scent of Frankinsence & Myrrh helps! Let your fantasy drive you away;-)

Rose hearts

Rose hearts, be careful... don´t break it

Sweet Soaps

Yep, this is SOAP for an exciting bath.

Any comments?


How many people know what soap really is? Several of the cleansing bars that you buy at the store, for example, are detergents-and not soaps at all. They are called syndet bars, or synthetic detergent bars. They are made from synthesized chemicals and are usually much harsher than soap. Detergents contain petroleum distillates rather than oil. On the other hand, true soap is made from natural oils (such as olive, coconut and palm) and is a gentle cleansing product more appropriate for use on skin than is detergent.

Soaps, unlike detergents, are made by combining sodium hydroxide or lye, oils and water in a process known as "Saponification". Some people may question the use of lye in handcrafted soap. The fact is that all soap is made with lye. What needs to be made clear is that once the process of saponification is complete, the lye and oil molecules have combined and chemically changed into soap and glycerin. There is no lye present in the finished bars of soap.
The oils in my soaps are put there for a specific purpose. The coconut oil creates a wonderful lather. The olive oil is used for a high quality, long lasting bar. Canola and Palm oil carry nutrients to the skin, and the safflower oil make a creamy bar.

Glycerin is a skin soothing emollient that adds to the goodness of handmade soap. In commercial soaps the glycerin is removed for sale to the cosmetic industry to sell separately, sometimes at a higher price than the soap itself! Glycerin is important to skin care because it is a humectant. Humectants draw moisture from the air, which in turn moisturize your skin. A whole 1/5 of a bar of my soap is glycerin.

Resting Woman

If you don´t believe, these ladies are going to make your shower a complete new experience.
Just try it. You are going to love them.

Mittwoch, 11. Juli 2007

Lübeck soap

Holstengate is the entrance to my home town Lübeck.
The left soap has a fruity scent from mango and grapefruit, the other one is a potpoury of flowers.


Do you love this shape?

scented: designer fragrance Black Magic

designer fragrance Angel

fragrance Sea Buckthorn


Here you can see an update of my latest soap, made from buffalo and camel milk. You must know, in Germany there is only one buffalo farm where you can get fresh milk. Luckily I have found them through my research. This soap is rare. Worldwide not easy to find.

Milk is truly a pure, gentle and natural beauty aid. It´s silky smooth to the touch and has a healthy, rosy glow...which is what many users say they experienced with milk soap products.

Handmade soap is used successfully to aid healing for people suffering from skin conditions such as psoriasis, eczema and acne, and general relief from dry, itchy skin.
Why not do something good to your body and try handmade soap?

Soap cake for wedding

I have made this "cake" from soap for the wedding of my girlfriend´s brother in Burundi/Africa. She goes home for vacation this August. It is also the beginning of my latest project I am planing to start with my girlfriend in her homeland. We are going to built up a small local business giving an option to the people for better living. Help for selfhelp is demanded. All the necessary oil plants grow there, just the knowhow is missed.

The commercial toilet soap is imported and from chemical material which causes skin damage too often.
Hopefully next year I am going to Burundi and teach soapmaking. One day a small stone becomes a mountain. I believe so.

WARNING this cake is for bath, floral and fruity scented. HAPPY SHOWER!