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Acca Kappa is known for its ultraluxe bath products, and this triple cold-milled bar soap is certainly no exception. Made from vegetable-based ingredients, it moisturizes as it cleanses. Meanwhile the scent, a combination of lavender and juniper, is woodsy without being overpowering.
Bought a bar of the Acca Kappa White Moss vegetable-based soap and really loved it. It had a great, clean smell and lathered nicely. Wish the bar was bigger...now I have to buy more!5
very light smell and very light feel. Fantastic only wish it had a bit more power to it as far as the smell goes.5
I really like Acca Kappa's products. I've been wearing their White Moss cologne for a couple of years now - great, clean and non-overwhelming scent. This soap, like their shower gel, is gently scented with White Moss. It provides a gentle and generous lather leaving you fresh and clean. No residue - just clean, lightly scented skin. Great stuff!5
Gender neutral scent that lasts a while. We had this bar in the shower for over 3 months between the two of us. The scent is precisely as described.5
It's got a great clean smell and leaves no residue. It's exactly what you want every bar of soap to be. Love it and will buy more.5
I really enjoy this scent. I got a frangerance sample in a previous Birchbox. I only wish the soap had a slightly stronger scent, however it is know for being subtle.4
It's winter in the desert and my skin looks like those dried mud formations. I need a REALLY moisturizing soap, I don't care if it leaves my skin feeling oily.
This is a gorgeous soap, but isn't doing the trick for me. Will save it for summer.
I really liked the smell of this soap. It was clean and without any cologne/musk fragrance. It also washed off cleanly, which was a plus. It isn't a moisturizing soap, which might be an issue to some like myself. I prefer something that still washes off cleanly, but moisturizes a bit more. Overall, it was a great smelling soap, but the quality wasn't something I'd pay 8 bucks for.3