Lather Up With Handbrewed Beer Soaps

Disclaimer: I received the following product(s) in exchange for my review. All opinions my own.

Handbrewed Soaps are made by a husband and wife team, 
combining each others passions of brewing beer and making soap, 
into these wonderful bars of handbrewed soaps!

I received two bars of soap for this review, French Ale and Oatmeal Stout. Each bar smells wonderful and made my entire mailbox smell like a sweet brewery. All of the Handbrewed soaps are made with Saponified Olive Oil, Coconut Oil, Homebrewed Beer, Sustainable Palm Oil, and essentials oils to give their unique smell, with some bars having exfoliants for gentle scrubbing. The French Ale soap is made with the above plus their French Farmhouse Ale Homebrew, Lavender, and Poppy Seeds for exfoliation.  This soap smells great and lathers well, while keeping my skin feeling soft and happy. 

The Oatmeal Stout soap is my favorite between the two. It is made from the listed ingredients above, as well as with their Stout Homebrew and Oatmeal Stout. It has a very sweet scent that makes you think of Vanilla Caramel. It's a 'so good you want to eat it!' kind of smell! ;) 

I wish that I could have little scent tabs on here so you could smell these soaps for yourself, but I guess you will just have to purchase them to experience it! Handbrewed Soaps would make great gifts for those who love beer, and even for those who don't! They have great scents and don't leave you smelling like beer, there's not even any alcohol in it (so don't try drinking the soap bubbles haha) The added beer makes a great bubbly lather so you can soap up and your skin will enjoy it.

You can find many other Handbrewed Soap scents at as well as their new line of soaps in WINE, and CAFE-using coffee and teas! Amazing! I would love to try them all!

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 I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend 
products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

1 comment:

  1. Never seen soap made with beer before. This is a first for me.


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