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Like a starry night on a desert island, there's light and dark in this one. A little gritty, a little smooth and a smell that calls from the tropics. You won't mind being alone.
Ingredients: Coconut Oil, Beer, Lye, Coconut Milk, Fragrance Oil, Ground Coconut, Mica, Olive Oil, Coconut Sugar
***DISCLAIMER: While each individual soap will use the same recipe particular to that soap, they never come out exactly the same, so the picture here may be slightly different to what you receive.***
Soused Soapery Loaded coconut nut soap has a fragrant aroma before even opening the wrapper that wafts out the tropical coconut smell. The first thing that grabbed my attention with this soap is its large size and being a male with burly hands I welcomed it and appreciated it. The size of the bar basically takes up my whole hand and compared to an ordinary soap bar I would say it would be roughly 3 times the size. After using this soap numerous times now I adore how it lather's up very well and has a somewhat scrub to it because of the coconut flake's within it.
I needed to put this soap to the test of what a soap is really used for though and that is cleaning so I took the bar of soap to work and after a hard day's work I applied the soap bar to my greasy stained hands, lathered it up thick and was pleasantly surprised that it had cleaned my hands perfectly. I really didn't think it was going to clean them as well as it did so I decided to leave this soap at work for myself.
Since using this product I decided to check the rest of their range and was surprised to see it is quite extensive and the look of there bars is almost art like. Although I am very impressed with this soap and would like more of the range to have I cannot justify spending the price of twelve dollar's per bar but if I was to find them on special I would purchase them for myself or as a gift for someone else.
Soused Soapery - Loaded Coconut soap bar smells divine and is a treat at that, I could smell it without even having to hold it up to my nose to sniff the soap bar. When I opened the beautiful wrapped bar I could smell it straight away and couldn't wait to try it. While in the shower and using the bar I realised just how big the soap bar was and thought it was a little bit too big for a bar of soap. I did however love the smell and noticed how it got a good lather up of soap easily.
I really liked how the soap bar also felt like an exfoliating glove a bit when using it and I really liked that, was kind of like a gentle massage. I would image this soap bar would last awhile as it is so big, but for the price of it I am unsure if it is something I would buy for my household. $12 a bar is a bit steep for my budget, but as a gift for someone it would be nice and a treat. I loved the smell while using it and afterwards as well.
The packaging is nice and the soap car comes nicely wrapped. The plain and simple packaging but affective, I like the black and white. I would recommend to friends if they were after a gift for a friend, but as a weekly soap to use in the house I would say it would be out my friend's budget as well. In saying that though the bar is amazing and big and you would get lots of washes out of it, so it would be value for money.
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