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post #16 of 90
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Originally Posted by Kent Wang
Bars are just rather messy and unwieldy.

Bar soap is unwieldy? That smacks of mannered and affected prissiness.
post #17 of 90
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Originally Posted by metaphysician
Bar soap is unwieldy? That smacks of mannered and affected prissiness.

Dude, you've never been inside.
post #18 of 90
i prefer bar soap too.
post #19 of 90
baxter of california vitamen E/D/A italian-lime gylcerin bars

they are absolutely the best in the shower for face and body, lathers well, smells fantastic, doesn't dry out the skin, inexpensive too ....
post #20 of 90
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
What do you use?
Cheapo Softsoap from Costco. The options as far as liquid soaps go are severely limited.
post #21 of 90
Lava. Does a nice job exfoliating my skin
post #22 of 90
I use Edwards Green soap. It's proudly made in Great Britian.
post #23 of 90
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by LabelKing
I use Edwards Green soap. It's proudly made in Great Britian.

How does Edwards Green soap smell?
post #24 of 90
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Originally Posted by Englandmj7
I would like to branch out and buy some quality soaps but can't justify spending the money on them when I smell just as clean using good ol' Irish Spring.

I have found that many of the more expensive soaps last a lot longer, which brings the price down.
post #25 of 90
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Originally Posted by Swann
How does Edwards Green soap smell?
It's very verdant. Like willow bark.
post #26 of 90
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Originally Posted by Swann
How does Edwards Green soap smell?

Like raw leather, waiting to be stretched and tanned.

Jon.
post #27 of 90
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by imageWIS
Like raw leather, waiting to be stretched and tanned.

Jon.

Sounds as if you got a new pair of shoes Jon.
post #28 of 90
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Originally Posted by Swann
Sounds as if you got a new pair of shoes Jon.

I am, on Saturday.

Jon.
post #29 of 90
My preference is triple-milled bar soaps that smell good.

I just don't get that clean feeling when using liquid soap.
The triple-milled production method is used by the "premium" soap manufacturers to create a much denser bar which makes these soaps last a lot longer than something like Ivory.

Brand wise I use soaps from Caswell-Massey, Bronnley, Yardley, Vinolia, L'Occitane, Pre de Provence, Claus Porto and Magno.

At this point I probably have enough bar soap to last me 10 years.
post #30 of 90
Dial. 60 cents a bottle.

Soap is soap is soap.

Dial is antibacterial and scentless, and that's all I care about.
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