I let my inner wolf out!
"The Navajo word for wolf, "mai-coh," also means witch, and a person could transform if he or she donned a wolf skin."
This is Mai-Coh:
The idea of Mai-Coh started when I soaped Twilight inspired soap. I really like Bella, so I went online searching for more related fragrance in the same series. The aroma notes of Jacob are: Mandarin, Pepper, Cypress, Ebony wood, Leather, Amber, and Musk. In my head, this soap screams to be wild and free spirit, like the inner wolf calling from the nature. This soap recipe is very different from what I use to make. It is totally new, designed just for Mai-Coh, definitely far far away from being vegetarian, how can it?! Mai-Coh is made with high % of beef tallow and good 5% of lanolin wax. This is the first time I used lanolin wax in soap. Lanolin has this musky leather scent that is not pleasant to me, I was hoping it would mellow out a bit after soaping. But it didn't, it's holding strong, just like a wolf! However, the leathery musky scent of lanolin actually suits Mai-Coh very well.