Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Road Wash Give-Away

For my readers I'd like to have a bit of a give-away.... a lucky random commenter will receive a 3.5 ounce jar of Product Body Road Wash with accompanying bath pouf, just like the one in the picture. Road Wash is a portable travel cleanser in a jar, a soft solid body wash that creates the most amazing bubbles when dabbed with a pouf and a touch of water. Liquid body washes, watch out!

To have a chance to win, leave a comment from now until next Monday morning (8:00 AM Eastern). Tell us what you'd like to see more of in this blog; formulating experiences, work talk, personal musings, information on ingredients, dessert ramblings, etc. Anything you want to see more of. So leave a comment and let me know you've stopped by. Drawing will be held on Monday, March 3rd at 8:30 AM.

Thanks for stopping by and checking us out. Good luck!!

13 comments:

Rosanne said...

I am new to your Blog and your store. I just recently placed my first order and can't wait to try out your products. I would like to learn more about your products and I am interested in the ingredients. And of course it is always nice to hear personal musings!
Thanks!

ShadesOfGrey said...

Ooh, I sure do have something I want to say! :)

You know what is THE best combination I stumbled across? 1) I used your Sparkling Champagne Scrubby Wash in the shower, and then 2) I put on your Pink Grapefruit whipped Shea Butter after I get out, and not only does my skin gets silky soft, but the combination smells like that sexy grapefruit mimosa recipe that was mentioned in a recent issue of Martha Stewart Living magazine.

It makes a shower feel positively decadent and just lifts my mood like you wouldn't believe!

Nicole Chvatal said...

i love it when you post photos of new products you're working on, and their progress as you make them. it's interesting to see how something looks in the beginning, middle and end.

Henna said...

Hmm... I just love the behind-the-scenes stuff. Like when you talk about experimenting with making a product, or you talk about coming up with the perfect scent. I'd also like to see more pictures of you or your team making stuff.

Carrie ~ Gigi said...

There is not much I would like to see added that someone has not suggested already...I do like the way you play on topics from here to there, because it really is always a fun read...and very entertaining. I also enjoy the human side of the biz, kinda of like small town feeling...

Heidi said...

I'm curious to know more about your business... How did you get started? How long have you been in business? Do you make all the products you sell yourself, or do you have others who help you?

Kelli said...

I'm a newbie to this whole blog world! Your blog is something that I have started reading at least 3 times a week. I have been a lurker, now I decided to be brave and jump in with a post. I love the fact you share what you are making and I can't wait to try your products, as I consider myself a product junkie too! I really enjoyed when you wrote about trying to make bath bombs, I tried those myself last year, and they can be a nightmare! So, now I just stick to making scrubs! thanks for writing about a nice mix of stuff!

Carla said...

I would love to learn more about your product ingredients. I loved the piece you did several days ago on the shea tree. And, I won't lie, I like to learn about you so it's nice to get a little glimpse into who's behind the brand.

trish said...

Ingredients! I love to learn about what's inside the products I love.

Diana said...

I love to stop in and see what you're making all the time. I have you on my RSS feed. The Road Body wash sound very interesting...

Kelly Guthrie said...

You already know I love your products. I really love to watch you experient and see what ends up on the site for sale. You love all the things that I love--decadent sweets and smells and food! It is fun to learn from you--I also read your soap blog and I just bought the winning soap from your contest. Thanks for being such a great fun resource!

Karen Tremblay said...

I just started getting interested in handmade bath and body products and just found your blog today! The Bubble Rubble is the coolest! I really enjoy reading about the ingredients and what goes into developing a new bath product. You're on my list of feeds to read and I can't wait to see what you come up with next! :)

Penny said...

Found this blog through your soap blog. I'd love to see more behind the scene stuff such as pictures of products being made, things that worked or didn't work out, everyday business related things, etc.