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post #16 of 19
Speaking of soaps, does anyone know of a type of soap with the power of an industrial cleaner; I have OCD-tendencies and don't feel that regular "Irish Spring" really does the trick. I like the smell of t-gel and how clean it makes you feel, is that what these tar soaps are? Is there something better?
post #17 of 19
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I like Dr. Bronner's Tea Tree soap. It is really strong, nice and antiseptic smelling from the tea tree oil. If you want to feel REALLY clean after a shower, then you must try a Salux body wash cloth.

http://www.asiachi.com/saluxskincloth.html
post #18 of 19
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I finally broke down and got a bar of Grandpa's Pine Tar soap from Whole foods. I had to cut it in half with my pocket knife to fit inside a Ziplock tupperware container, just to keep from stinking up my bathroom with this stuff. This soap smells EXACTLY like lapsang souchong tea. IE, burnt wood. Going to use it on my hands after I get home from work, to help battle the eczema. I might shower with it for giggles, but I think I'm going to be using the Dr. Bronner's Peppermint liquid these days. (For showering, that is)
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This is the one that my grandmother used on my sister, and me. It smelled a little bit . . . sappy, as I recall. But the lather was luscious and soothing. My favorite soap, now, is NEOLIA.
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