Think Outside of the Box for Soap

Posted on June 24, 2014 by Paul Leach



Did you know soap was first manufactured around 2800 BC in Ancient Babylon but the first household synthetic soap was introduced in 1933. Statistics show by the time the average person turns 60, she's spent half a year in the shower getting clean.


Make getting clean more exciting. These gifts make you think outside of the box for your next soap:


Cupcake Soap

Give yourself a sweet treat with Cupcake Soap. This non-edible soap just looks good enough to eat. It's made by hand to resemble a cupcake and is generally packaged for gift giving:


Building Block Soap

Bath time just got a whole lot more fun for the littlies. Building Block Soap by Donkey Products is a 3-brick package of blue, red and yellow. Kids will love lathering up with this colourful, playful soap and parents can relax knowing it's pH-neutral soap:


Orla Kiely Geranium Collection Soap Bar

Add some essential oils to your bath. Orla Kiely Geranium Collection Soap Bar blends the essential oils of geranium, eucalyptus, clary sage along with coconut oil to hydrate and soften your skin:

Natural Soap by B. Gentle

Delight your skin with the touch of this natural soap from B. Gentle. All-natural ingredients make this soap gentle and smooth for the most sensitive and delicate skin. Available in Mango & Berry, Vanilla Bean and Melon:


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