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It's Fall! The EE Fall 2017 Collection arrives Friday, September 22 at 9:00 pm EDT.


For the first time, I'm letting you pick your bonus balm, free with every order of $30 or more. Please tell me your flavor choice in the "note to seller" at checkout. Choose from these flavors:

Coconut Vanilla
Gingerbread Latte
Pumpkin Bread

At www.epicsoap.com and on Etsy at www.epicallyepicsoap.etsy.com.

TAT info:

What is your TAT? Turn around times will be 2 - 3 weeks. Not every order will take this long, but some might. Please remember that I'm doing this all myself and I also have two little children to take care of. Your patience and understanding is appreciated!

International customers please note: Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.




 I have been experimenting with amber scents for a long time, and this is the one I liked best. A glowing amber, candle wax, bourbon vanilla, sandalwood, and a drop of patchouli.


Coconut Snowball

My coconut obsession doesn't end with summer. This is a cool weather coconut scent with natural coconut CO2 extract, freshly fallen snow, peppermint, and white grapefruit. 


Haunted Espresso

Black espresso haunted by cinnamon rolls!



Piñon needles, lichen-covered cedar trees, black earth, and ponderosa pines with their unique vanilla scented bark. For a long time I have wanted to capture the scent of hiking in the New Mexico mountains when, above a certain elevation, the desert turns to rocky, lush, ponderosa pine forest. The Jemez is a range of (volcanic!) mountains to the Northwest of Santa Fe. 


Lavender Marshmallow

This fragrance was inspired by some of the fancy gourmet marshmallows I have bought on Etsy. I love how the sweet marshmallow complements the refreshing scent of French lavender essential oil. 


Lemon Meringue Pie

A new n' improved version of a lotion scent from a few years ago. Bright lemon, fluffy meringue, a little bit of coconut, and buttery pie crust.  



In Santa Fe our traditional holiday decorations are the luminaria, or farolitos, glowing candles in paper bags. A papery scent with melting candle wax, smoke, myrrh, and frankincense wafting over from a nearby church. Simple and lovely. 


Milky Chai

I was at an outdoor party this summer and right at sunset they started brewing a huge pot of chai tea with rice milk. Everyone was irresistibly drawn to it, and I thought, "Is there really anything that smells better than chai?" So of course I had to make and extra-spicy, extra-milky chai scent for my Fall collection. Scent notes are black tea, ginger, cardamom, allspice, cinnamon, clove, rice milk, and vanilla.


Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg and clove, with notes of vanilla whipped cream and pie crust, like a sweet slice of pumpkin pie. Yes! 


Snow Cherries from France

Ripe red cherries, snow taffy, sweet almond, white chocolate, and a drop of Bordeaux. 


Snowy Ice Creram

A softly wintery holiday scent with marshmallow, white chocolate, vanilla and a hint of peppermint.


Spider Venom

This scent was originally for my spider-obsessed son's birthday party last year. Spider Venom is a deceptively sweet red cherry and blood orange scent, with marshmallow and a drop of dragon's blood incense. 


Toasty Marshmallow

        Gooey marshmallows toasting over a cedar wood campfire with a swirl of nag champa incense. 


Witch's Brew

A sweet, mysterious potion of blood orange, smoky blackberries, black cherry, and red wine. I tried many versions of this scent that were more witchy, but in the end I decided to just go for the most delicious one.