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Maple Tree Lane soap and grooming products
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Author:  exotica59 [ Tue Mar 18, 2014 10:28 pm ]
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Hi, I've just started my new business of small batch handmade soaps, beauty products and a special men's line too. Until I'm able to get photos and info up here in this thread, would you be so kind as to go to
https://www.facebook.com/mapletreelanesoapco and like my page? I do have some of the products I've made listed there and more will be coming in the near future.
I hope to have a booth at Ohana this year, so maybe I'll see you there. :D

Author:  Riptide [ Wed Mar 19, 2014 12:21 am ]
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Can you make me a large moai soap on a rope? With a fez? That looks like Cowtown? Too far?

Author:  exotica59 [ Wed Mar 19, 2014 7:41 am ]
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:lol:

Author:  Professor Pineapple [ Wed Mar 19, 2014 8:44 am ]
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Awesome!! I love the peep soap, that's brilliant. :lol:

Author:  Finkdaddy [ Wed Mar 19, 2014 5:08 pm ]
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This is all very cool, Mel. It's really inspiring to me. I can't wait to get my hands on some custom mustache wax. 8)
I wish you the best of luck!

Author:  Hi Fi Hijinx [ Thu Mar 20, 2014 4:26 pm ]
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Do you have any gay soap?

Author:  exotica59 [ Fri Mar 21, 2014 7:37 am ]
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oh, I almost forgot. I'll be bringing along to Ohana my knock off version of "poo Pourri" If you haven't seen a comercial for this product, check it out

I'll be selling mine for 2 dollars cheaper than their version, but it is the same product. :D
"trap your crap" with the sweet smell of essential oils.

Author:  exotica59 [ Tue Mar 25, 2014 10:11 am ]
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I think I have perfected my Beard oil. A lot of beard oils use almond oil as the main oil which works fine, but I wanted to make sure that guys that may have a nut allergy could have product that they could use so I'm using Apricot kernel oil as my main oil. It's wonderful oil that great for your beard and skin. Apricot kernel oil is naturally enriched with vitamin A, C, E and fatty acids. It absorbs quickly into her hair and skin.
My mustache wax is a healthy blend as well. I’ve made it with natural beeswax, vitamin E and essential oils to give good hold and to tame your mustache into shape.
I have also formulated nice old school shave soap, and very nice conditioning beard/face soap. Both soaps have added face soothing oils to keep your face healthy.
To help your morning ritual I developed a pre-shave oil and after shave cream in a airless pump bottle. Just smooth the pre-shave with natural oils, botanicals into your face before shaving. The formula helps your razor slide across your face while protecting the skin below the stubble. My after shave cream will help soothe and moisturize your face.

Now I’ve started work on hair pomade. I am fascinated by the different types. For those of you like me who didn’t know, there are pomades to add a touch of shine, add light hold, and heavy hold, wax based, whipped waxes and oils, and a much more non-natural version that is water based. In fact it is so water based that if you get caught in a rain storm …kiss that that freakin’ awesome pompadour good bye.
Currently working on something that’s not too waxy, yet not a cup full of chemicals that nobody can pronounce on your head.
If any of you guys have current brand pomade that you like; let me know.
I have also formulated a nice old school shave soap, and a very nice conditioning beard/face soap.
If you guys are looking for any other type of grooming product let me know and I’ll see what I can do.
I am in the middle of forming my own LLC so as soon as that is done, I’ll be posting up more photos and pricing.

Author:  Lucky [ Thu Mar 27, 2014 12:48 am ]
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exotica59 wrote:
I think I have perfected my Beard oil.



You have my attention.

Author:  Wahine Ina [ Fri Apr 11, 2014 5:27 pm ]
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It just not the guys. With a pixie haircut I like using pomade too.

Now if you can make me one that has shine and light hold and smells like gardenia or frangipani I will buy them all! :D

Author:  exotica59 [ Mon Apr 14, 2014 11:27 am ]
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hmmmm...I'll give it a go to see what I can do.

Author:  exotica59 [ Tue Oct 27, 2015 7:37 pm ]
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Hi there guys! Are any of you fine gents in need of small batch hand crafted grooming products?

I have a wonderfully nourishing beard oil made with Apricot kernnel oil, golden Jojoba oil, vitimin E with the manly scent of cedar wood/sage essential oil. A little goes a long way $12.00 for 2 oz.

Stache wax to mold your glorious mustache. Stache wax contains locally sourced bees wax, coconut oil, Vitimin E and the same manly scent of cedar wood sage. 2 oz. $12.

Pre shave oil: castor oil , Olive oil, Dimethicone, Botanical extracts, and a earthy sandalwood fragrance 2 oz. $9.00

After shave cream: rich whipped sunflower oil which is rich in vitamin E, Dimethicone, Botanical extracts and the scent of sandalwood, in a 2oz pump bottle. $9.00



I also have a one or two grooming kits left with have beard oil, a shave soap travel size bar of soap, stache comb, and stache wax all in a zippered canvas bag. $30.00 message me up if you're interested.

Author:  exotica59 [ Tue Oct 27, 2015 7:41 pm ]
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sorry, I suck at adding photos. :pieface:

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