How does wine get made, anyway? Something about fermented grapes and Lucille Ball, I think. Admittedly, I know very little about the winemaking process, but I quite enjoy the wine drinking process. The soapmaking process is fun too, and once the Beer Soaps were completed, I wanted to do nothing more than see what other types of alcohol I can use in soaps. And the wine soap line was born.
What it is: four clay soaps made with wine as the liquid in place of water in traditional soap batches. And not just any wine – awesome wines. There’s a Rosé (obvs), a Sauvignon Blanc (because I really like the face I make when I say it), a Muscadine (mostly because I had already come up with the name and needed something to fit), and a delightful Concord made in Washington State.
Why that’s awesome: any Sudser that has experienced our beer soaps will understand the power of alcohol in soaps. The lather is bright, big and almost effervescent, your skin is left glowing and moisturized, and the scents are nothing like the beverages they’ve been made from. Same concept here, but wine soaps also have extra antioxidants and act as great antioxidants.
Our wine soaps come in four varieties:
- Rosé (hints of pomegranate)
- Muscafoam (warm and complex)
- Soapignon (bright with passion fruit notes)
- Grapes of Bath (smells like grape jelly!)
These beautiful soaps are roughly 5 ounces and are sold individually or as a set in a cute little gift box. Stock up!
Did you know? Mrs. Soap & Clay has a YouTube channel! Check out the making of the Rosé soap right here!
For more information on the making of alcohol soaps, check our Sunday Soapcase: Beer Soaps.
Also, check out the making of a beer soap on the YouTube thing.
Ingredients (Grapes of Bath): Olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, canola oil, grapeseed oil, castor oil, wine, Vitamin E, Sodium Hydroxide, Kaolin Clay, EOs & FOs, Micas.
(Rose): olive oil, coconut oil, palm oil, canola oil, grapeseed oil, wine, Vitamin E, Sodium Hydroxide, Kaolin Clay, EOs & FOs, micas.
(Muscafoam): Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Castor Oil, Wine, Brazilian Clay, Sodium Hydroxide, EOs & FOs, Crushed Grape Seed, Micas.
(Soapignon Blanc): Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Palm Oil, Canola Oil, Grapeseed Oil, Argan Oil, Wine, Mango Butter, Sodium Hydroxide, Crushed Grape Seed, EOs & FOs, Micas.