Soap Sisters UPDATE

I have written before about the Sisters who sell soap.  And worthy soap it is too.

Just a reminder.

Also, they are peddling some new stuff and they are bubbly with enthusiasm.

The Soap Sisters have been busy in our expanded soap department. We very much enjoy having enough space to work without crashing into each other with buckets of hot soap!

It’s hard to believe that November is almost upon us and that means that you are all beginning to think of shopping for Christmas!

We have 2 new products available from our gift shoppe. The Theme Scented Gift Collection is a selection of Seigadou Soap Products brought together in a decorated cello bag and topped with a smart bow! We are offering 6 varieties: Cloister Garden, Lavender, Lemon Verbena, Fresh Linen, Ocean Rain, Sandalwood and Natale. Each Gift Collection comes with: 1 Room Spray and 1 Seignadou Soap of one of the 6 fragrances just mentioned, 1 hand creme (unscented except for the Lavender Collection), 1 lip balm and 1 hand crafted wooden soap dish.

We have been making these Gift Collections for quite awhile for friends and local soap sales and are happy to be able to now offer them to you!

We are now offering our fabulous Hand Creme in a 5 ounce jar. If you are like us, you like to be able to get out every last drop and we admit it, sometimes our all-natural hand creme can be on the thick side. The hand creme is packaged in an attractive double-walled jar with an elegant black dome top. Each jar is sealed so as to prevent spills.

We hope you will enjoy these new products from our gift shoppe. Again, we very much appreciate your business especially as we reach the final phase of our renovations!

The last time I posted about the sisters, they sent me a nice e-mail of thanks.   I believe your purchases really help them.

I tried a couple of their soaps, btw.  I think it is hard for men to get excited about soap.  I am not excited about soap. But I can say this: it is good soap and women will like it.
 

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9 Responses to Soap Sisters UPDATE

  1. I’m excited when men even want to use soap.

  2. Hamburglar says:

    Anyone have any recommendations?

  3. Nathan says:

    “I think it is hard for men to get excited about soap.” Father, I prefer to think we just don’t work ourselves into a lather over it.

    In Christ,

  4. AndyMo says:

    I can’t get excited about soap, but I can get excited about helping these Sisters out. My wife follows their blog religiously (ha!), and even sent them cookies during her Support Vocations Personal Bake-Off. I think they are exceptional examples of what the religious life could be if the hippies would just go away and let the real Catholics take over.

  5. emily13 says:

    Indeed. Real Dominican Nuns. Unlike that other one in the news.
    They have a beautiful little video on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EnYS5xstRPY

  6. Torpedo1 says:

    I bought some of their soap for friends of mine and they love it. I’m thinking of buying some for myself.

  7. gmarie says:

    Anyone have any recommendations?

    Hamburglar…I’ve ordered several scents: Lavendar, Lemon Verbena, Eucalyptus, and Natale. Lavendar and Eucalyptus smell like you would expect. Lemon Verbena has a delicious smell reminicent of Lemon Chiffon pie. I’ve ordered Natale as Christmas gifts the teachers and administrators at my children’s school. The soap has an inviting warm pine smell to it which invokes memories of hiking in the pine forests of Yosemite. All the soaps I’ve ordered lather up quite well and do not dry out the skin. I recommend them highly!

  8. RGraham says:

    Soap brick by soap brick…

  9. marthawrites says:

    Thanks for the reminder about the Soap Sisters. I’ve ordered jars of the new hand cream as favors for my daughters at our Thksg. table. Each year I look for something small and unusual, but this year’s gift will have the additional attraction of thanking the good nuns for their lives of prayer which benefit us all.