So I was in Pier 1 one day, and somehow amongst all the headache-inducing combinations of scents from diffusers, candles, potpourri and room sprays, my disoriented sense of smell still had the wherewithal to discover the lovely, Il Vigneto Chardonnay Soap.
This natural vegetable soap is made in Italy. It contains 1% pure grape seed oil (an antioxidant) as well as Chardonnay essence. (Essence? Perhaps at the factory, they get drunk and wave open bottles around?)
Here are some employees kicking back during their lunch break.
Thankfully, they weren’t very successful at capturing the actual essence of Chardonnay, because if I showed up at work every morning reeking of alcohol, I might involuntarily be writing this from the Betty Ford Clinic.
So what does this soap smell like? Hmmm… Maybe if you spilled grape juice on your blouse, then skipped down the hall leaving the scent wafting behind you. Did that help? No? Guess you'll just have to take my word, it smells really good.
And it leaves your skin feeling amazingly soft, smooth and velvety (it’s richer than silky).
This soap definitely makes you feel good all around.
I’m guessing it has something to do with the Chardonnay.
Pier One isn't the only place it's sold. Feel free to use the "search the web" box to the right, to find out where else you can get it.