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BEAUTIFUL ROSE SOAP JUNE BIRTH MONTH FLOWER

This is a Beautiful Luxurious Glycerin Soap that has been hand carved by the Gnomes that live inside the “Enchanted Beehive” which is located in a beautiful Flower Meadow in Hygiene, Colorado. The Bee's provided the Organic Raw Manuka Honey that was added for all the wonderful benefits that it has for your skin. (See below about Organic Raw Manuka Honey) Our pure vegetable glycerin soap produces a rich creamy lather and leaves skin richly moisturized and conditioned and subtly scented with the wonderful scent of roses or choose your own scent. This soap measures 3 x 3/4 diameter and 1 1/4 inch tall.

The Birth Month Flower for June is the Rose and it has a long history dating back to the ancient civilizations. The Rose is a symbol of beauty and love, admiration, secret love and passion. Roses have been a favorite with people around the world. Ancient Egyptian graves are known to have petrified roses and even before human time rose fossils have been discovered in Europe. Some religious documents make references to roses as a symbol of the blood of the martyrs. The Romans adopted the rose as a symbol love, secrecy, and beauty. Roman dining-room ceilings were displayed with roses, reminding guests to keep secret what had been said during dinner. The Latin words sub rosa means “under the rose” and to this day means “confidentiality.” Roses were also part of Greek mythology. The Goddess of Love, Aphrodite, is said to have created the rose when shedding her tears and the blood of her lover Adonis.

COLOR MEANING OF THE ROSE

RED ROSE – The most common and popular rose color, most of you probably know what it means but still, it’s worth a mention. A red rose means, “I love you.” Obviously, the color represents love and romance.

DEEP PINK – This color means “Thank you.”

REGULAR PINK – This denotes happiness. Giving this to a special someone conveys the message that you are happy with or her.

LIGHT PINK – Meaning “sympathy,” this color rose is a nice way of giving your condolences.

WHITE ROSE – Symbolizing “innocence” and “purity,” this denotes “unity” for couples.

YELLOW ROSE – This color means friendship and caring. Best to show someone that you care or that you appreciate them.

LAVENDER ROSE – This color means “falling in love.” Giving this rose tells the recipient that you have fallen in love with him or her.

ORANGE ROSE – A color for desire, this gives off the message that you want to know someone better. Desiring to get to know the person, for example.

BLACK ROSE – Never give this to anyone you care for, this color means “death” though it has been argued if black roses do exist in the first place.

BLUE ROSE – The rarest of colors in a rose, this connotes “mystery” or attaining the impossible.” Giving this to your partner means you have attained the impossible.
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(THIS BAR OF SOAP COMES SHRINK WRAPPED AND PUT IN A ORGANZA BAG)

SOAP FRAGRANCES:

BABY POWDER
CARNATION
CHAMOMILE
CHERRY BLOSSOM
CINNAMON VANILLA
COCONUT CREAM
COUNTRY APPLE
CUCUMBER MELON
DAFFODIL
DAISY
EUCALYPTUS MINT
GARDENIA
HONEY ALMOND
HONEYSUCKLE
JASMINE
LEMON
LILAC
LILY OF THE VALLEY
MINT
MULBERRY
MUSK
ORANGE BLOSSOM
PEACHES AND CREAM
PEPPERMINT
PLUMERIA
PUMPKIN PIE
ROSE
SPEARMINT
SUN RIPENED RASPBERRY
SWEET PEA
TROPICAL
UNSCENTED
VANILLA CREAM
VIOLET
WOODSY PINE

IF YOU CHOOSE A FRAGRANCE OR COLOR THAT IS DIFFERENT THEN THE SOAP BEING ADVERTISED, JUST STATE THE SCENT OR COLOR THAT YOU WANT TO THE SELLER WHEN YOU CHECK OUT. THANK YOU!

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Organic Raw Manuka Honey is a medicinal honey that is collected by the Bees from the flower of the Wild Tea Tree Bush in New Zealand.

THE BENEFITS OF ORGANIC RAW MANUKA HONEY ON YOUR SKIN:

• Manuka Honey moisturizes and nourishes the skin.
• Manuka Honey provides the skin with vitamins and minerals.
• Manuka Honey slows down the aging process.
• Manuka Honey helps eliminate wrinkles and age spots.
• Manuka Honey decreases inflammation and redness.
• Manuka Honey also penetrates deeply into the depth of skin tissue and helps to protect the
skin against damage from free radicals.
• Manuka Honey rejuvenates the skin when applied topically. It is scientifically documented
that it helps the formation of stronger collagen, makes the skin smoother and firmer, and
that it assists in the cell renewal process, which keeps the skin youthful.
• Manuka Honey is effective in healing blemishes, acne, psoriasis, ringworm, eczema,
wounds and scars. This is because of its special enzymes present, high level of
antioxidants and antibacterial properties.
• Manuka Honey stimulates the body’s immune system.
• Manuka Honey can improve blood circulation. Improved blood circulation means Beautiful
Skin!
• Manuka Honey makes a great exfoliant. It contains mild alpha hydroxy acids, such as
glycolic acid. These acids are very safe to use on skin and can loosen bonds between the
dead skin cells, making it easier to shed this dead layer. These acids also increase
elasticity, balance out oily skin, stimulate collagen production, and minimize lines and
wrinkles, making you look younger!

Thank you for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed this Magical Etsy Shop!!!

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: essential oil, pure vegetable glycerin, soap color, fairy dust, organic raw manuka honey
  • Only ships within United States.
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