Thursday, November 5, 2015

Florida Water Type fragrance has arrived!

Hello we hope this newsletter finds everyone enjoying the cooler weather.  We have added a new fragrance to our line.  We have been searching for this oil which is one of our favorite fragrances for quite awhile.    We are excited and hope you will be likewise. 

First though, I would like to express that we were horrified to hear that our product labels such as shampoo, shower gel & conditioner were peeling off the bottles in the shower.  We had no idea!

We have spoken with our label supply company and have a new type of water proof label coming in.  We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused.  Rest assured this is a problem of the past!

Now about this new Florida Water Type fragrance.  It is skin safe and now is in all our products on the site.

This fragrance was introduced in 1808 and was formulated with citrus essences, clove, lavender and other herbal and floral extracts.  Florida Water is uniquely American and a true classic among fragrances.

Throughout America In the late 1800's and early 1900's barbershops used Florida Water as an aftershave splash on.  It was regarded as a unisex fragrance suitable for men and women alike.

We believe you will enjoy this fragrance with its time tested aroma suited for any occasion.  The fragrance is noted to having a euphoric characteristic. 

Why not toss a bar of Florida Water goat's milk soap in the shopping cart while checking out; we believe you will find bathing with this fragrance a real treat.

You can request a sample of any fragrance or essential oil and we will gladly send you one of our sample products containing your choice at no charge.  Just leave your request in the comment field during checkout when finalizing your order. 

We gladly label products with Braille for the visually impaired.

We hope you found this message to be informative
Barry & Debra Carver
Mountain Crafted | It Just Makes Good Scents!
Members of the Handcrafted Soap & Cosmetic Guild®

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