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Goodbye, Moses

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We hate to make this announcement, but we are discontinuing Moses Goat’s Milk Soap.  The scent we use for this oatmeal, goat’s milk, and honey favorite was discontinued without notice, so what we have on hand is it.  Once they’re gone, they’re gone.
We are working on a new blend, so keep your eyes open.

We apologize for the inconvenience.

To learn more about Noir Naturals, including our new Soap Club, follow us on Twitter, Facebook, G+, or Pinterest.  Not into social media?  Visit us at NoirNaturals.com to learn more about us, our products, and our travel schedule.

And speaking of travel, we hope to see you in Houma this weekend on our return trip to the Marketplace at Southdown Plantation House and Museum.


In Houma this weekend! Southdown Marketplace Arts and Crafts Show

What are your Saturday plans?  We’ll be back in Houma, LA this weekend at Southdown Plantation House and Museum!  It’s that time again and we’re excited!  The Southdown Marketplace Arts and Crafts Show is on Saturday, November 3 from 8 am until 3 pm.  We’ll be there again this year and look forward to it.   

Music, Cajun food, a special event for the kids, and a variety of vendors offering handmade items such as toys, furniture, gourmet food, pottery, and more.  We’ll have a wide variety of our products with us, including goat’s milk and vegan coconut milk soapslotionsanti-aging body butters,  Dead Sea Salt Bath Treatments and Body Scrubs, our Dead Sea Mud Masks, gift sets, soy cubes, and more.

Our New Orleans Pralines Soy Cubes are to die for!

Admission is affordable at $5 for adults and children under 12 are admitted free.

Not only is Southdown Plantation gorgeous, the Saturday’s weather looks pretty good, too.Only a 20% chance of rain?  That’s nothing!

Southdown Plantation is located at 1208 Museum Drive (near the intersection of Hwy. 311 and St. Charles Street) in beautiful Houma. Come see us tomorrow and visit Southdown often.

We’ll be all over the Gulf this month.  For more information about Noir Naturals’ schedule and products, visit us at NoirNaturals.com.

 


We love Houma, LA

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We’ll have all of your favorites on hand in Houma, including our Kon Tiki Vegan Coconut Milk Soap.

We love it on the Gulf Coast.  It gets hot, but there is no place on earth like it.  When we travel we like to stay close to home for the most part, and Houma, LA is one of our favorite places to visit.  There’s fishing all year, fantastic food, beautiful sites, great shopping, and gorgeous historical sites.  And don’t get us started on the people.  Southern hospitality is alike and thriving there.  And this weekend, we’re going back.

On Saturday, June 23 from 10 am – 6 pm and Sunday, June 24 from 10-5, we’ll be at The Gulf Coast Marketplace Festival.  We love this family-friendly event because it offers the best of everything – food, music, fun and games, and a assortment of goods from artisans and vendors from around the Gulf Coast.  There’s just a small chance of rain this weekend, so come by and enjoy the fun.  Just $2 admission and kids 12 and under get in free.

No matter your plans, have a great weekend!

For more information on our travel schedule and more, visit us at NoirNaturals.com.


Celebrate Grads and Dads this Month

Give Dad and your grad the gift of fragrance!

June is already here!  Can you believe it?  Graduates and Dads take center stage this month as school ends and summer officially starts.

We celebrate dads officially on Sunday, June 17, but come on, doesn’t he deserve a longer celebration?  We offer fragrances that men will enjoy as much as the women in their lives.   Lake Noir and Leading Man Goat’s Milk Soaps and Lotions are clean, crisp, and 100% natural fragrances that our male fans call their favorites.  And don’t forget the unscented Age of Innocence options – Dad can treat himself without a spa-like fragrance.  Give him fragrance he won’t have to wear.  We have an assortment of Soy Wax Cubes our male fans enjoy, including our new Fresh Cut Grass and Smoke/Odor Eliminator varieties.

For the grad, consider a gift basket filled with goodies needed for college, the real world, or anytime.  Fill a laundry bag or basket with eco-friendly detergent, fabric softener or dryer balls, quarters for laundry, gift cards for gas and dining, extra long twin sheets and comforter, towels, deodorant, and one of our travel or gift sets.  Get them prepared and pampered!

Don’t forget our vegan dads and grads!  Our Coconut Milk Vegan SoapsDead Sea Salt Bath TreatmentsDead Sea Salt Body ScrubsDead Sea Mud Masks, and Unrefined Shea Butter are vegan.

We may not be on the road much this month, but that doesn’t mean we’ll be sitting back and watching the tide roll away.  Join us

Our Ghana Shea Butter , Coconut Milk Soap, Dead Sea Salt Scrubs, bath treatments, and mud masks are vegan.

in Houma, LA on Saturday, June 23 from 10 am until 6 pm and Sunday the 24th from 10 am until 5 pm.  The Gulf Coast Marketplace Festival is where we’ll be and it’s going to be great.  This family-friendly festival offers something for everyone – music, fun, games, food, and an assortment of arts and crafts.  Join them on Facebook to see the event schedule.

In addition to celebrating dad and the Gulf Coast, we’re working in the barn on some new products for you.  Want a hint or two?  Join us on FacebookTwitter, or G+.

For more information about us and more gift ideas, visit us at www.NoirNaturals.com.


March Madness with Noir Naturals

Madness? Not really. We are giddy with Spring Fever and there’s no telling what we’ll do.

We’ll be traveling in March and hope to see you along the way.

What are you doing on St. Patrick’s Weekend? We’ll be in Humble, Texas at the Humble Trade Days. The Humble Civic Center/Arena Complex will be full of vendors offering collectibles, food, antiques, and crafts. This family-friendly event has free admission and parking. Come see us under a covered pavilion at 8301 Will Clayton Parkway from 1 pm – 7 pm Friday, 8 am – pm Saturday, and 10 am – 4 pm on Sunday, March 18. Don’t forget to wear your green!

We loved Oak Alley Plantation and are so excited about our return trip! This amazing plantation was featured on Travel Channel and is more

We loved our last visit to Oak Alley Plantation and look forward to seeing these tour guides again.

beautiful in person. If you haven’t been there, come during the weekend of March 24 and 25. The 21st Annual Spring Arts and Crafts Festival is another family-friendly event with something for everyone. Look for arts, crafts, period pieces, and more. Oak Alley Plantation is located at 3645 Highway 18 Great River Road) in lovely Vacherie, Louisiana. Stop by and see us in booth 115 on Saturday from 9 am – 6 pm and Sunday from 9 am – 5 pm. And bring your cameras. There is an admission fee, but experiencing Oak Alley is more than worth the cost.

Planning to be near Houma, Louisiana on March 31? We are! We’ll be a vendor at the Southdown Marketplace Arts and Crafts Festival at the lovely Southdown Plantation House and Museum. The 18th century sugar manor house is beautifully preserved and calls to visitors with its calming color and beautiful curves. The Southdown Marketplace is a one day festival featuring the best unique and handmade jewelry, crafts, art, clothing, garden items, and more. Come see the house and visit us from 8 am – 4 pm on the last Saturday in March.

We’ll have our goat’s milk soaps, lotions, body butters, Dead Sea treatments, and soy wax cubes at each of these stops. As always, you will find some goodies there that aren’t offered in our online shop. We’re looking forwards to meeting and chatting with you!

Happy March!

To learn more about Noir Naturals visit us at www.NoirNaturals.com.