I once saw the “Northern Lights” while flying to London and have been fascinated with them ever since. I was sent a beautiful photo of the lights with a purple background & some blue-green lights. I saw a soap in that picture (I see a soap in everything) and knew I needed to make one in honor of the lights.. Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) I wanted to use a cool EO scent so I blended a few that inspired that feeling to me!
The aurora borealis (also called the northern lights) consists of awe-inspiring twirls of light in the sky, caused by "solar wind" -- electrically charged particles interacting with Earth's magnetic field. The aurora borealis can be up to 2,000 miles wide, but it fluctuates in size, shape, and color, with green being the most common color close to the horizon while purples and reds appear higher. Named after Aurora, Roman goddess of dawn, and Boreas, Greek god of the north wind, thesribbons of color are best viewed in northern climates like Alaska but have been seen as far south as Arizona
ingredients~Olive Oil, Distilled Water, Coconut Oil, Sodium Hydroxide, Shea Butter, Safflower Oil, Castor Oil, Cosmetic Mica,
EO’ blend of Lavender, Lemon, Rosemary, cedar & Peppermint