On our drive from Chicago to Columbus, Ohio, to visit Zach and Libby, we have passed the billboards bespeaking of Warm Glow, a siren call if ever there was one. We like candles for the late evenings on our screen porch, which has no other light source besides an awful emanation from the one window that looks into the garage. We heeded the call on our way home from our last visit and were very pleasantly surprised by the abundance of items that we discovered. Alex and Kim have enjoyed the Chocolate Raspberry candle we brought them and we had a chance to smell the fragrance, too.
The “outlet” store is huge and has many items from bric a brac with clever sayings on them to food items. We bought a long throw rug for our upstairs hallway, excellent Raspberry Salsa, candles, Elderberry jam, and soap.
My focus here, of course, is not on candles, however, but two 4 oz. blocks of goat milk-based soap. Not a production of Warm Glow, which is mainly candles, the soap came in many fragrances and attracted me as another source for shaving. The brand is SallyeAnder and they have 30 fragrances. They’ve been “GREEN since 1982,” and I also notice on the Website that they have shaving soap in four fragrances.
I’ve not been disappointed by the soap. Although the lather for just washing your face is not as foamy as you usually expect, it is quite good at cleaning your face. With the badger bristles, I can get a very good lather going for shaving and as with other such soaps, the lather dissipates quickly but still with plenty of time to shave effectively. I’ll spare you the usual fuzzy face photos save of the soap itself from the Website.