I know you’re not supposed to go food shopping when you’re hungry, but I never thought that would apply to soap shopping. But the list of soaps on Savor’s website, www.savor.etsy.com could even make Chef Gordon Ramsay say #@%*! (in a good way).
For breakfast: the Natural Light soap. The top half is creamy goat’s milk and ground oatmeal and the bottom, olive oil and calendula petals. Oh, my God, no soap has ever left my skin feeling this soft and silky.
For an appetizer: The Polenta soap. Soap with a dash of vanilla on one side and finely ground cornmeal on the other, to scrub away dead skin. Brilliant. And it left my skin feeling super soft, smooth and fresh.
For my next dessert (don’t judge), Crème Brulee soap (it smells just like it), with creamy soap on one side and all-natural cane sugar on the other.
It goes without saying (why is that an expression, when the person then goes on to say what it is that goes without saying?) that these soaps make great gifts. There’s a 3-month gift subscription for just $27. (Your lucky gift recipient will receive 2 bars a month for 3 months.)
All this thinking of Savor soaps is making me hungry. OMG. I can’t take it anymore! I have to go eat a hunk of chocolate out of my chocolate chip cookie dough soap.