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Bath Soap Recommendations?

Discussion in 'Grooming and Style' started by LeeBot, Aug 9, 2016.

  1. pjgh

    pjgh Veteran

    Location:
    Halifax, UK
    I was going to write Mitchell's ... but in light of what @Darkbulb has just posted, I'd say Wickham's ... blind. I have no doubt that @Fox will have come up with a stonking bath soap. I'm now on the hunt myself. Damn it! I'll have to bathe more ...
     
  2. Darkbulb

    Darkbulb Member #10

    Darn, now I have to write a review of it lol
     
  3. pjgh

    pjgh Veteran

    Location:
    Halifax, UK
    You will!
     
  4. Uncle Bertie

    Uncle Bertie Veteran

    Didn't want to recommend it until I'd used it a few times but Indian Mysore Sandalwood soap is very nice. A hard soap with a strong smell as you use it which remains as a softer smell afterwards. Available on ebay and Amazon, I took a punt and bought 10 75gm bars for £8.00. Now it seems like a great decision. tmp_2901-mysore-sandal-soap-1053203435.jpg
     
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  5. Darkbulb

    Darkbulb Member #10

    Thanks, I think I've had that soap in my Amazon wish list for 6 months to a year w/out pulling the trigger on it. I might check it out now.
     
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    Darkbulb Member #10

  7. Robyflexx

    Robyflexx Guru

    Location:
    Texas
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    You're welcome guys! :D
     
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  8. Acer89

    Acer89 James

    Location:
    United Kingdom
    Bronnley soaps are very nice and you can often find them heavily discounted

    An aromatic experience for men, fresh top notes of bergamot, Italian lemon and neroli give way to a herbal and mossy heart. A wild mint twist adds a subtle freshness complemented by a woody base of amber, cedar and vetivert.
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    I also agree with @Uncle Bertie the Indian Mysore Sandalwood soap is good. It's a bit strong at first but settles into a very pleasant lasting fragrance. It's also inexpensive. £8 for 10x 75g bars from fleabay.

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  9. Reevers

    Reevers Berlin Calling

    Location:
    Derby, UK
    Tabac Original Luxury Soap
    Great scent, I found it sweeter than the shave soap and non drying too.
     
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  10. Gordy

    Gordy Über Member

    Location:
    Here, obviously
    Funny you should mention Tabac and sweetness. After I shaved with Spitfire today, I splashed on Tabac and for the first time I got sweetness from it. Must have been the more bitter end of tobacco in the Spitfire.
     
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  11. Reevers

    Reevers Berlin Calling

    Location:
    Derby, UK
    Slightly off OP topic, but I have a sample of P&B Spitfire incoming. Really looking forward to this soap.
     
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  12. Gordy

    Gordy Über Member

    Location:
    Here, obviously
    Hope you love it even half as much as I do. If at first scent it doesn't take you, it's a complex scent that develops and you'll get something slightly different each time you take a sniff.
     
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  13. Redd

    Redd A Right Member

    Performance I liked, the scent (to me) is too Juniper-y.
     
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  14. Rufusdog

    Rufusdog Well-Known Member

    The only one: Cussons Imperial Leather.
     
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  15. Rowlers

    Rowlers Massive Member Staff Member

    Are any of these soaps suitable for hair washing too? Wouldn't mind a nice soap to leave in the gym bag...
     
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