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May 7, 2008

Baby Hands Soap


Kara Place called my attention to this last evening, asking, "Creepiest thing ever?"


From websites:

Baby Hand Soaps

Weird, and wonderful, these little hands are actual soap.


About 10 different hands (approximately 100g total) in different skin tones come in a pack.

Because they are handmade (about 20 sets per day), each set is slightly different, with different hand shapes and skin colors.

By Marie Gardeski, they're made from goat’s milk and vegetable glycerin and very lightly scented.


They range in size from 1/2” to 2" tall.

Really quite lovely! (and, okay, a little creepy).



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I was going to comment on the last photo with all the little hands in the soap dispenser and how macabre it was but then I read Yoni's comment and now I'm plain grossed out.

Posted by: Milena | May 7, 2008 3:11:59 PM

I wonder when the first one of these will be removed from someone's rectum?

(a freak accident for sure - honest, I was just getting out of the bath and I fell....)

Posted by: Yoni | May 7, 2008 11:40:42 AM

A *little* creepy? Very damn creepy, I'd say!

Posted by: Jen | May 7, 2008 10:26:14 AM

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