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post #46 of 90
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French triple-milled soaps are also awesome. There is one that comes in 300g blocks, no packaging, that I like to buy but I don't know the name of it. Available in several scents, all of which are very subtle. The soap lasts a long time.


Pre de Provence?

post #47 of 90
are you guys seriuos. body shop??? get some dr. brauners. fresh
post #48 of 90
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Pre de Provence?
No, it isn't Pre de Provence, although I like that, too, especially the sage. The one I am thinking of comes in big blocks with no packaging at all, not even cellophane. I will go by the store and find out what it's called (and probably buy some while I'm there; I think it's $11 for a big 300g block, and it lasts a long time.)
post #49 of 90
KissMyFace unscented pure olive oil...
post #50 of 90
Irish Spring.
post #51 of 90
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No, it isn't Pre de Provence, although I like that, too, especially the sage.

The one I am thinking of comes in big blocks with no packaging at all, not even cellophane. I will go by the store and find out what it's called (and probably buy some while I'm there; I think it's $11 for a big 300g block, and it lasts a long time.)

Last guess - L'Occitane?
post #52 of 90
molton brown
post #53 of 90
Irish Spring. 14 pack for like 5 bucks at Target.
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I like several of the Lush soaps. They are fun and "gourmand" in the sense that they really maximize the scent of the different ingredients, so that they smell more like natural materials than soap.

I agree with shellshock that Honey I Washed the Kids smells great; that is a really good one. Other ones I like are Figs and Leaves; Sea Vegetable; and Demon in the Dark. The first two smell like figs and seaweed, respectively, and both have good exfoliant properties; there are leaves in the first, and sea salt in the second. Demon in the Dark is an intense peppermint soap, very refreshing.

Expensive, but fun, and make a great gift. Demon in the Dark is my favorite--it actually tingles a bit.
post #55 of 90
Good, but no substitute for Savon de Marseille.

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KissMyFace unscented pure olive oil...
post #56 of 90
Irish Spring
post #57 of 90
Irish Spring.

Sometimes, when I'm feelin like a baller, I'll buy their Icy Blast flava.
post #58 of 90
I've had Irish Spring lose all of its green color and become hard and white... yuck
post #59 of 90
cetaphil cleansing bar shiseido super mild bar
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Last guess - L'Occitane?

Nope. Finally made it to the store. They were out of the stamped blocks that I like, but the owner knew what I was talking about; it is the soap javyn likes:

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Good, but no substitute for Savon de Marseille.

Savon de Marseille. And what I was buying were the 600g blocks. The web site only shows the green olive oil one, but they also had orange and lavender scented ones not long ago.
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