Tuesday, July 24, 2012

An Announcement

I am very excited to announce that I will be your online location for Toft Touch Soaps.  Donna Toft and I are collaborating in an effort to make her soaps available to more people.

For those of you who have followed my blog from the beginning, you know that I am not only a fan of Toft Touch Soaps but I am a fan of Donna Toft (owner) herself.

It is not often that you get to buy a quality product made by an amazing person but that is exactly what you get from Toft Touch Soaps.

Donna's philosophy on her business is simple in concept but hard to translate to people who have not met Donna or experienced her soaps. All she wants is to make a high quality product that she can feel good about. Donna is all about her customers. She cares about our skin and wants to actively make our lives better with her products.

Donna did not start a business to make a million dollars. She started it because she is passionate about her product and it's qualities. She has been in the soap business for 12 years. Her product is tried, tested and proven to be fantasic.

A Local Luxury.

Here is why I like Donna's products:
1. She is local (for me). I really enjoy purchasing locally. 
2. I trust her with my hair and skin. My skin "freaked" out when we moved into our new house and she was able to tell me exactly what I needed to use to help even me out.
3. My skin cleared up very shortly after beginning to use her product. (Same for my husband, sister, multiple friends...)
4. She milks her own goats twice a day to be able to supply us with an amazing product.
5. Last but not least...Donna is an amazing person. She has a warmth about her that immediately draws you in.

Here is a bit about my day with Donna and the Goats. (Special Guest, My Friend Mary)

 First on the agenda. Love on the goats!


Mary made a friend.

 Second, check out the chickens:
Then, to the garden:

Donna had Mary's full attention when it came to gardening topics.
Last but not least, some shopping!
We had a great day. Both Mary and I were beaming when we got back into the car. Just wonderful.





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28 comments:

  1. How adorable those goats are! The soaps sound wonderful and I love seeing the garden and the house and all the chickens. Fun stuff. Like a different world from where I live!
    Liz

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  2. Hi Laura! The soap looks wonderful. I was especially impressed when I read that Donna milks her own goats. Like you, I prefer to shop local. Please enter me in the giveaway. I already follow your blog! :)

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  3. I visited your Etsy store and I think I'd want to try the lavender first. Second choice is Sweet Pea.

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  4. I just shared the giveaway on my Facebook page. Hope I win!!

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  5. I am already a follower :-)
    xx
    Anne

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  6. I liked your facebook page :-)

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  7. I visited your shop.I would love to try patchouli.

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  8. What a lovely giveaway! Following on Facebook. :)

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  9. Following your blog. Would love you to pop by to check out my giveaway going on now... it includes some mason jar soap pumps that would go really well with the soap you have!!

    http://uglyducklingtransformations.wordpress.com/

    Cheers,

    Kathryn

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  10. I'd love to try Patchouli too!!

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  11. What a wonderful giveaway. I love hand-made soaps and lavender is one of my favorite fragrances. It is so soothing.

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  12. I already follow your facebook page.

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  13. I would love to try sweet pea. We had them in bud vases at our wedding.

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  14. I just shared it on my FB page.

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  15. Soaps looks awesome. Please, include my name on this giveaway. Thanks,

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  16. I added this on my facebook page :-).

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  17. I follow your blog and would love try:) Thanks for the chance to win
    tanyainjville at yahoo dot com

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  18. I like your facebook page (Tanya Riley)
    tanyainjville at yahoo dot com

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  19. The Georgia Peach soap sounds amazing
    tanyainjville at yahoo dot com

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  20. Found your blog through Primitive & Proper. Now I'm following you on Facebook!

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  21. Looking forward to following your blog as well. I enjoy goats milk soap. I used to make it myself but haven't since moving several states away from my goat milk supplier. Just seeing the pictures above made me miss the goats and my soap!

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  22. Georgia Peach or Stress Relief. Yum

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  23. I am a follower of your lovely blog:)

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  24. I would love to try the georgia peach!

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  25. I just shared it on my FB page. Thanks for the wonderful giveaway!

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