Lilac will take you back to Grandma's house. Love that powerfully fragrant bundle of flowers. A sure to please springtime favorite.
Lilacs have a long history way before our present day time.
Did you know....... The Celtics regarded the lilac as “magical” due to their incredibly intoxicating fragrance.
Intoxicating is point on!
Also...... During the Victorian Age, the giving of a lilac was meant to be a reminder of an old love
In the United States, the lilac is the official state flower of New Hampshire and represents the ‘hardy’ nature of its people.
In Russia, holding a sprig of lilac over the newborn would bring wisdom.
Lilacs have one of the shortest bloom times and only flower for three weeks at the beginning of spring. Both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson had an affinity for lilacs and grew them in their gardens.
All the different colors of Lilacs have different meanings.
- White lilacs symbolize purity and innocence.
- Violet lilacs symbolize spirituality.
- Blue lilacs symbolize happiness and tranquility.
- Magenta lilacs symbolize love and passion.
- Lilac, the color for which this flower is named, is a light purple that symbolizes a first love
Lilac is one of the few fragrance oils used here at Bouncing Goat Soap. I truly does smell like that fresh bunch of garden lilacs. Its sure to please.
All of the soap at Bouncing Goat Soap is going to make your skin so very happy. Leaving it feeling soft and luxurious.
The booster........the different blends of essential oil aromas.
Bars weigh around 5 ounces. Being that these are made in small batches and hand cut the weight can vary from bar to bar and batch to batch.
Ingredients: Olive Oil, Goat milk,Shea butter, Coconut oil, sodium hydroxide, fragrance, castor oil, grapeseed oil, titanium dioxide, mica(ultramarine blue, iron oxide)