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Part bar soap, part aromatherapy, this botanical bar combines herbs and plant extracts that wipe away excess oil and grit with essential oils like sandalwood, patchouli, and lemongrass. The result: Clean, hydrated skin that smells as good as it looks.
Regular soap. Did not seem different from what I already use and would not spend the extra money to get it4
Not really a bar soap guy but this one lathed well and lasted. The smell was nice but a little too feminine for me.4
I liked the way this soap smelled and cleaned. It fell apart very fast though, so it did not last very long.4
Wasn't the biggest fan of the charcoal scent but still liked it. Soap was really creamy when wet but left my hands really dry when done. Absolutely need lotion after using this soap.4
I have tried several of the Mt. Sapola scents and enjoy them all. Regardless of which scent you use, the soap cleans the skin well and does not give you a dried out feeling later in the morning.5
Got the charcoal, smells alright and does exfoliate well. I do like Mt. Sapola's products and I'm a sucker for anything with an ingredients "hit list", so I'd probably buy the full-size sometime, just not the charcoal one4
This product didn't really do it for me. The scent afterwards was good, but it did more for exfoliating skin. I didn't like the size either.3
I love love love this soap. I use it everyday and always feel so clean and fresh. I want to use it forever.5
Really not a fan of soap but it was good lather and rinse. Skin felt smooth and clean after using and followed up with an astringent for my face.4
When I first smelled this product I was a little put off-- strong earthy smell, but after using as a face wash, I fell in love with it. Great product, nice deep clean, has a slight grittiness which makes it ideal for a face wash.4