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We're firm believers that everyday routines deserve special occasion-worthy details, which is why we're currently transforming our daily shower regimen into a transporting experience with this bath soap from artisanal brand LAFCO. The custom, Italian-made blend of wild rose, black currant and bayberry evokes an English garden in summer (is there any place you'd rather be?), while luxurious lather both cleans and hydrates.
The floral scent of this soap was so strong it permeated the rest of the items in the box. It reminded me of my grandma's house. I'm not normally a fan of lavender or strong floral scents, but this soap did leave my skin feeling soft and smooth.2
This soap wasn't for me. The scent was very synthetic and smelled a bit like an air freshener spray. The soap did lather nicely though.2
I am not a big fan of this soap. It smells like roses and cigarettes. I would never use it.2
I am very sensitive to smells so this soap was not for me. However, I put it in the guest bathroom and everyone seems to love.2
I really wanted to like this product. It smells really good but unfortunately it gave me a rash in my arms and chest area, very strange.2
The soap is very nice, finely milled and interesting (if a bit strong) scent. It's just that we really don't use bars of soap in our house, so I wouldn't pay nearly $20 for this. If you're into bar soap, the quality is top notch.2
The one thing I liked about this soap was the fragrance - it was very nice, natural, and refreshing. However, it was bar soap. I don't care for bar soap, and don't buy bar soap. If you do like bar soap, then this is a very nice soap and I recommend it. If you don't like bar soap, there is nothing here that will change your mind.2
I think the soap was nice soap and lathered well but the fragrance they choose to send was in my opinion yucky. I would probably love the soap in a different scent.2
The soap smells lovely, but I have sensitive skin and I am itchy as soon as I leave the shower (and my skin is dry). The product also costs twice what a handmade soap costs (and some of the handmade stuff is far more effective--less drying).
I tried this soap once and tossed it. The fragrance was strong and it reminded me of my grandmother...it smelled like some sort of perfume she'd wear. Not for me, unfortunately.2