RosieMADE Organic Handscrub: Lavender Oatmeal & Zesty Lemongrass *Review*

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Have you heard of rosieMADE before? It is one of my new favorite companies. They provide an assortment of all-American made products by women-friendly companies.  All of the products offered on their website are either handmade or are made in small batches to ensure that the ingredients are quality and that the products are outstanding.  This is a women-owned business that launched in 2012 and their focus is to help other women-owned businesses and small companies grow. How admirable is that? Love ’em!

For this review, I was sent two bars of 3.75 oz handmade organic handscrub bars in the scents: Lavender Oatmeal and Zesty Lemongrass.

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The soap is made by the Oregon Soap Company, using renewable energy and it is certified organic. Both soap bars smell really wonderful! When it comes to cleaning, the natural lemon scent always makes me think “clean” so I have kept this soap bar in my kitchen.  After digging around in the garden, I have come to love using this particular soap to scrub my hands with. I decided that the lavender scent would be more fitting in my bathroom. What I really love about both of the soap bars is that they are aesthetically beautiful, unlike some handmade soap I have seen in the past and I really like the pieces of oatmeal and bran embedded within the soap – for a little added scrubbing action.

Check out the pure and natural ingredients:

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The soap not only smells great, but it lathers up nicely and leaves your hands feeling moisturized and clean after. The best part for me is that I can feel comfortable letting my daughter use it, knowing that the ingredients are safe for the entire family! She actually washes her hands better with the bar soap I have noticed, she really likes lathering up with the bar soap vs. our usual pump soap!

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Would you like to try out this soap yourself? RosieMADE is making it easy! RosieMADE is offering a free bar of any Oregon Soap Company organic bar soap with a $15 minimum purchase on  Be sure to enter the coupon code: SoapBlog – This offier expires 7/31/13.

Take care, Stephanie

The review of these soaps are all my own, honest opinions.

9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. momenvyblog
    Jul 12, 2013 @ 08:21:00

    That sounds like it smells amazing!!!


  2. Savannah miller
    Jul 12, 2013 @ 09:28:54

    I love handmade soap! My sister has skin issues and its the only kind of soap she can use since they don’t add all those harmful chemicals! I’m going to check out the soap and order my lil sister some goodies 🙂 Thank you for sharing about them


  3. gabby obrien
    Jul 12, 2013 @ 12:43:25

    t first I thought the photo was of fudge! LOL! I’d love to try this soap. I’ll have to look into it a bit more!


  4. Angela Christopher
    Jul 15, 2013 @ 07:41:48

    sounds really nice! Thanks for sharing!


  5. mamatomanyblessings
    Jul 15, 2013 @ 07:44:04

    that sounds yummy! Looks good enough to eat LOL!


  6. Rachel Young
    Jul 15, 2013 @ 08:09:26

    I love finding a great new soap, especially one that makes my skin feel awesome!


  7. Kelly Rogers (@KgRogers72)
    Jul 15, 2013 @ 08:18:31

    Sounds wonderful…I’d love to try this soap.


  8. BJ
    Jul 26, 2013 @ 11:27:40

    I love that you post all wonderful products. Makes the searching less work. These are great. Nice photos!


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