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May 1, 2012

Pure and Simple Soap


I've used this soap for many years.

It's got a wonderful mild scent, pleasing shape, and looks beautiful.

Sounds like I'm describing Gray Cat, what?

But I digress.

Perhaps you're not the sort of person who cares a whole lot about how your soap looks or feels in the hand.

It's a rich-lathering triple-milled soap that's gentle on the skin and works well both on the sink and in the shower and/or bath.


I originally found it in the Chambers catalog, which was then subsumed by Williams-Sonoma, from whom I purchased boxes of six until a couple years ago when Williams-Sonoma stopped carrying it.

My Crack Research Team®™© found it here and I've purchased it from this shop in St. Andrews, Scotland since then.

Turns out Scottish Fine Soaps, the manufacturer, is only a few miles away from their store.


7 oz. bar: £2.71.

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The soap must be inspiring; I see Gray Cat was moved to give her nether region a wash as she contemplated it.

Posted by: Flautist | May 1, 2012 4:45:54 PM

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