Friday, September 11, 2009

Free Handmade Soap!


The Scented Djinn at Etsy is offering up two of its signature soaps from the Harem Skincare line ~ Haseki and Karima.

Haseki is made with virgin olive oil, organic coconut oil, organic cocoa butter, raw shea butter and essential oils of pink grapefruit, bergaptene free bergamot, petitgrain sur fleur from Morocco, frankincense boswellia serrata, tangerine essence, lemon essence, lavandin abrial, fresh ginger, ylang-ylang and lemon petitgrain ~ it is a heady floral citrus scent that plays well off the next soap being offered,


Karima is made with virgin olive oil, organic coconut oil, organic cocoa butter, organic hemp seed oil, and essential oils and extracts of dark aged patchouli, creamy Himalayan cedarwood, muhuhu, elemi, hops, myrrh, artemesia and olive leaf extract. This soap is resinous and sparkling with deep, dark undertones of creamy, earthiness.

How do you get the free soap? You leave a comment here and The Scented Djinn will randomly draw the name of the winner from the comment box on September 25, 2009.

27 comments:

  1. Thanks for the contest! They sound great.

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  2. Ouhuuuu, I do wanna some free soap, since the Djinn's is the best there is :-9

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  3. The soaps sound lovely! Please enter me in the draw too.

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  4. Hi Lisa,

    They are great, if I do say so myself. You're in the draw!

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  5. Wolfie,

    The best? Really? Yes! These are especially nice. They were coddled and loved and sung to :) You're entered in the giveaway.

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  6. Vischka,

    You've been put in the draw. Good luck!

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  7. These sound yummy smelling! Please enter me in the drawing. Thanks.

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  8. The soaps sound great! Enter me in the drawing, please!

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  9. Thank you for the giveaway. The soap sounds amazing and beautifully scented!

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  10. Love love love handmade soap! Please add my name to the drawing. :-)

    Lisa

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  11. Hi Jules,

    Your name is in the running ~ thanks for entering the draw :)

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  12. Yuko! Thank you for entering the drawing. Good luck!

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  13. Hi Barbara,

    The soaps are almost perfume-like in scent, really complex and they "stick" pretty well on the skin. Good luck to you.

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  14. BlossomingTree,

    Thank you for entering the drawing. Good luck to you!

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  15. Thank you for the soap, Justine. Holly won my perfume, nobody will take my soap.
    \o/

    Ane*

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  16. Lol, Ane! Good luck to you then :) Thanks for entering the drawing, sweetie.

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  17. These sound wonderful! Just the thing to wash the farm grime (and smell!) off me.
    Plese add my name to the draw Justine.
    Thanks,
    Pauhla x

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  18. OOh , they both sound wonderful !
    The only soap I have used for years is SMN Melograno...I need to branch out and try yours !
    Please include me in the draw ?

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  19. Hi Justine~
    these sound luscious!
    ~lisa

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  20. Hi Pauhla! I think they'd do quite nicely on farm grime :)

    Good luck!

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  21. Hello Carol,

    Never hurts (much) to try new things, eh? You're name is included :)
    Good luck!

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  22. Hi Lisa,

    You know they are! They're really stinky :) Good luck in the draw.

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  23. Ooooh, this sound yummilicious! I love scented handmade soap. I know Bella wouldn't steer me wrong :)

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  24. Hi Vickie,

    They do smell pretty good, if I do say so mahself!

    Good luck!

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  25. I'd love to have a chance to try your famous soap, the notes sound very interesting! i just started to get back to soap and am looking for good new ones to try. Thanks for having this draw!
    Nika

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