While the frankincense and mint soaps are doing well, my Kapet, Susinum, Jasmine Susinum and Jasmine don’t seem to be attracting the same kind of attention. Understandably the more expensive oils and unfamiliar names may be putting customers off.
To encourage the curious to give them a try with a lower risk, I’ve created a smaller bar range of 15g rather than the 100g of the full size bars which start at a price of £1.
Believe me, they are really worth a try!
The wonderful folks at the Shakra Centre (Charing, Kent) now stock my Pure Ritual soap range as well as incense. Go visit, they do so many wonderful events there. Also the cake is amazing! 🙂
Shakra Centre, Canterbury Road, Charing Hill, Kent TN27 0EY
After months of hard work experimenting, filling forms, doing lots of legal stuff, I can now finally launch my soap range.
It further dispels a myth that Indigenous Australians were solely hunter-gatherers, scientists say.
Source: Indigenous Australians ‘farmed bananas 2,000 years ago’ – BBC News
As the witch in my fave Disney film Brave says: “never conjure where you carve!”
Here is a guest blog article I did for my friends over at Witch Path Forward:
[ Contaminated Sacred Spaces by Kevin Groves ]