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November 4, 2003

Bargain of the Day: Goddess soap

by Feòrag

In the comments, Pericat asked What will they think of next to wrap in glycerin? Saint's relics?. Will a Goddess do? Stormsong Charm Soap is a pure glycerine soap made to your choice of shape and scent and Each one comes with a high quality sterling silver charm embedded inside which epitomizes the intent of the soap. Charms include: pentagram, Goddess, the Green Man, the moon and others. This is one of many products from R'Chel Enterprises:

We create candles & votives, lotions, soaps, bath gels, shampoos & conditioners, fragrance tarts, & more for both the wiccan & non wiccan communities.
Our fragrances are blended from oils, herbs & flowers infused together to customize each scent. Our products are handcreated in small batches from quality ingredients, and are tested by our family & friends. Our metaphysical recipes are the result of nearly 20 years of research and personal use.

Other products include Blessed Be soap and Hands of the Goddess soap.

Posted in Religious Tat at 11:31. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:43.
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1: Posted by: pericat | November 5, 2003 3:33 AM

If you buy the whole set, maybe they'll throw in a charm bracelet.

Think you can find any soap made from saint's relics?

Wax lyrical

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