These awesome smelling handmade soaps come in Wild West-inspired fragrances like Blazing Saddles (leather, gunpowder, sagebrush, sandalwood), Home on the Range (blackberries, sun-dried laundry, fresh-cut grass), and Hair of the Dog (whiskey, tobacco, coffee). They also make body wash, candles, lotions, and more.
Hold the pickle, hold the lettuce, bathroom orders don’t upset us. These playful bars from Snows Cut Soaps look just like a real burger, stacking a not-all-beef patty, lettuce, and tomato between sesame seed buns, and finishing them off with a pickle. They don’t smell the part, though, instead packing a pleasant honey almond scent.
From Duke Cannon’s Big Ass Brick of Soap line comes a set of three manly bars that smell like the great outdoors. Scents include a crackling campfire, leaf and leather, and the delightful aroma of fresh cut pine. Each bar weighs in at 10 ounces, so it’ll last a good long time. We highly recommend Duke’s tactical scrubby pouch.
Was somebody on your list naughty this year? Insist that they clean up their act with Duke Cannon’s 10oz. bar of black soap. It’s formulated with activated charcoal for its cleansing properties and scented with black pepper and bergamot. We suggest pairing it with the Tactical Scrubber to really scour away misbehaviour.
Add a little extra weird factor to your guest bathroom with these handmade alien soaps from Cindy’s Bath Creations. Each vegan soap bar features a glow-in-the-dark space creature in your choice of color and scent, with 75 available fragrances ranging from grape soda to glazed donut.
Don’t you hate when the bar of soap slips out of your hand and onto the shower floor? Tetra Soap fixes that with a unique shape that fits securely in your hand. Its sculptural tetrapod shape won’t slip out of your grip, and each one is handmade from natural ingredients. Available in myrrh and frankincense formulas.
While some hotels are moving to larger, bottled bath products to reduce waste, there are still many who provide individually packaged soaps and toiletries. Tech Insider introduces us to Clean the World, a socially-responsible enterprise that takes these items, sanitizes, recycles, and donates them to populations in need.