THE CONTRADICTION OF CABOCHARD SOAP

 

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USING IT MAKES ME FEEL FILTHY

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9 responses to “THE CONTRADICTION OF CABOCHARD SOAP

  1. veritas

    Oh you dirty boy!!!

  2. Lindaloo

    I have the same response to Shalimar shower gel.

    • Filthy animalic lactonic old musks cling to the skin afterwards.

      • emmawoolf

        I guessed it was something like that (I would not have come up with those marvellous adjectives, however). How fabulous. I do love proper bar soap – I’ve purchased a couple of lovely ones in India. One is a beautifully wrapped Ayurvedic sugar and tamarind bar – I can’t wait to use it. Vintage perfume soap is another matter – I’ve never tried it, perhaps I should x

      • Ah, soap, soap…..how I love it. The Ayurvedic one sounds very intriguing indeed. I used to adore all the Crabtree & Evelyn ones as well. Lime. Avocado. Jojoba.

  3. emmawoolf

    The glycerine C&E ones are/were lovely. Rose. Freesia. Even the Body Shop, back in the day. I used to buy the fruity ones with my pocket money. But getting the perfect balance between a soap that actually smells of something, that doesn’t go soggy or get horrific grey cracks in it after a while (ugh..) is an ongoing task. In your average Boots store, there are shelves and shelves dedicated to liquid soap, and only a couple of bars: Pears, Imperial Leather, Simple. Dove: The usual suspects. Very dull indeed.

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