I am going to make camouflage natural soap with many organic ingredients and some liquid soap too. One camo soap will be brown, white, black and beige and the other white, dark pink and pink. They will smell great, the "boy's" brown camo scented with birch tar, clove, black pepper and nutmeg and the two different pink camos with two different blends of florals. That way, the folks will still see what they want, which is camouflage stuff, (and I for the life of me have no idea what the appeal is there) but they will be introduced to natural soap.
I have made a lot of natural soap already, but have these camouflage soaps to make, then some bath salt that will follow that line with milk added for gentleness and smooth skin and the liquid soap. Some will be natural and unscented and some will have mica colour and strong absolutes (made from plants) for fragrance.
Then hopefully the locals will give natural a try and be hooked. It is a plan at least. I am booked into two craft fairs, one this month on the 28th and the other December 10 and 11. I will be very busy trying to get the farm chores done on the two days so will have to make sure everyone has enough feed to last at least 2 days and just manage the water in between, no extras. I am interested in teaching the locals about the value of natural and organics in their lives and have not given up yet. Wish me luck!