THE SOAP: pleasingly moisturizing goat milk with real powered lemon peel and a touch of gold shimmer.
THE SCENT: While the Nuremburg Pudding Incident has been largely hushed up and reduced to tantalizing snippets of rumor and hearsay after the fact, the two things most sources agree on are that the Professoressa Foglio was probably mostly responsible (whether this was intentional or not), and that it smelled DELICIOUS.
Warm vanilla pudding made from scratch, the fortuitous conjunction of two ambers, the vast sticky sweetness of a giant lab experiment gone deliciously wrong, and a lingering touch of sweet lemon rind from the All-Volunteer Fruit-Based Town Cleaning Brigade.
Posted by Linda on 17th Nov 2013
On me, it's a powdery, soft amber, but when I sniff the soap itself there's that hint of warm vanilla and a soft kiss of lemon....ordering the oil now!
Posted by Lillian Opolski on 30th Aug 2013
...but the gorgeous soap more than makes up for that, hence five stars.
It has crazy amounts of lather and moisturises like crazy. It's a great soap for washing my face, as I have sensitive skin, and the light scent is deliciously refreshing. I've washed my hair with it, and it comes out clean and shiny(use unscented conditioner), with a light hint of scent.
Using the matching smell makes the bath experience last longer. I've put a couple of drops of the matching smells into a spray bottle with water, sea salt, and a bit of unscented hair gel for a little pick me up for my hair.
My son's review:
It smells like yummy pudding and lemons.
It has lots of bubbles.
Mommy, will you get me more?
I'm so going to be broke!