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In the world of hand soaps, this isn’t your usual in-and-out, get the job done formula. This polished number is the sort that waltzes in, meticulously cleans your skin, and then disappears, leaving a luscious fragrance behind. Made with ethically-sourced aloe vera gel, olive oil, and essential oils, the soaps are formulated to soften and purify without drying out skin. Plus, the modern packaging looks straight out of a spread in a design magazine.
This has a very masculine scent to it and does not produce a lot of suds. This is the type of soap that would be placed in a guest bathroom.2
Wouldn't spend all the extra money on liquid soap, something I usually buy in bulk. Not ideal for broke college students and kind of disappointed I received the tiny samples.2
I did not care for the texture of this soap and it did not seem to lather as much as I prefer, but the scents and packaging were nice.2
I like Caldrea products - they smell amazing, are reliable and last a long time. This soap is great to have by the kitchen sink because it won't dry you out and will make your boyfriend say "why does your kitchen always smell so good?!"
I pick this up when ever I see it around town.
I sampled the blue sage and the fir scent and they just weren't my favorites.2
Nice smell. But it was just hand soap. There was nothing exciting about this soap over any other cheaper ones.2
Not really that into this soap. I liked the scent, but it needed more moisturizers. I used the soap twice, but it dried out my hands like the hand soap in public bathrooms (meaning I was a day from my palms starting to peel). It's just not moisturizing. However, they did get my hands clean, and it was easy to rinse off. I would tell friends who don't have dry skin to try it.2
I was split 50/50 on the two scents I was sent. I thought the Mandarin Vetiver smelled awful- actually washed my hands with something different a few minutes after using it to get the smell off my hands. I liked the Crimson Pear Ginger though. Both however, left my hands feeling drying than the soap I normally use & living in New England my hands are dry enough already.2
The soap is just too strong of a scent for me, I started getting a headache.2
The soap smelled good. I'm not big on soaps though.2