Vegetables in Your Soap?

The other day I was at my local farmer’s market and I came across a stand that was selling vegetable soaps. The soaps smelled beautiful, and since the lady selling them said they were from Paris, I was even more intrigued. I bought the soap for $3, which I thought was a pretty good deal, seeing how homemade soaps can often be quite expensive, mostly because of the natural ingredients that are used to make these soaps.

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The saleswoman promised that the small bar of soap, which smelled like lavender, would last a long time. I was hesitant, but I gave it a shot anyways. It’s been three weeks and the bar of soap I still have about 75% of the soap. Most commercial soaps do not last this long and can often get gooey with moisture and some don’t leave your skin as hydrated as they say they do. Surprisingly this soap has done wonders for my skin, leaving it moisturized as well as helped me get rid of acne that I couldn’t get rid of for weeks.