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I know you guys all have seen the ad's for Dr. Squatch soap. Maybe you thought, hmmm I wonder. My friend order the starter bundle and the company accidentally sent two sets. When she told them they said.... Just keep them. So she gifted my husband with a bar..... OMG Alpine Sage was the one we choose. It smells so good. You guys, they ALLLLL smell so good. The soap is so creamy and lathers up sooo good.... I just bought 6 bars for him to try and I'm gifting all the men in my life with some. Do yourself and your "partner" or future "partner" a favor and get some....

I will let you all know what the new sent Wood Barrel Bourbon smells like..... Can't wait

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I have read all kind of stuff about this soap. Are you telling me as a woman this is the best smelling soap you have ever smelled on a man?

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Yes.... this is what i'm saying. My husband and I shower together every night. and this is the creamiest, most lathery (if that's a word), smell amazing soap.

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I just decided to try this soap too, I've only used 3 bars so far but my favorite is the Bay Rum. Followed closely by the Bourbon soap but I'm not a fan of the corn and sand in them however. Other than that I love the product. It makes me feel manly and well cared for.

I also bought the Crushed Pine cologne...love it!

I've also discovered pedicures. To think of all of those wasted years of hacking my toe nails and abusing my feet.

Sent from my SM-G970U using BariatricPal mobile app

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2 hours ago, Todd_196 said:

I just decided to try this soap too, I've only used 3 bars so far but my favorite is the Bay Rum. Followed closely by the Bourbon soap but I'm not a fan of the corn and sand in them however. Other than that I love the product. It makes me feel manly and well cared for.

I also bought the Crushed Pine cologne...love it!

I've also discovered pedicures. To think of all of those wasted years of hacking my toe nails and abusing my feet.

Sent from my SM-G970U using BariatricPal mobile app

I ordered some Alpine Sage to try. This better be some awesome stuff at7-$8 a bar

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17 hours ago, Todd_196 said:

I just decided to try this soap too, I've only used 3 bars so far but my favorite is the Bay Rum. Followed closely by the Bourbon soap but I'm not a fan of the corn and sand in them however. Other than that I love the product. It makes me feel manly and well cared for.

I also bought the Crushed Pine cologne...love it!

I've also discovered pedicures. To think of all of those wasted years of hacking my toe nails and abusing my feet.

Sent from my SM-G970U using BariatricPal mobile app

I love the Alpine Sage..... omg... not sandy or gritty at all....
I have a thing about feet.... Gross feet make me want to barf...... my x had horrible feet.... So when I started dating Tim I asked him.... how does your feet look? He said great I get pedi's all the time. So I married him. He and I go every 4-6 weeks and have hands & feet done. He used to have trouble with ingrown toe nails... not anymore. I don't get a pedi but like 4 times a year... I have really great feet. I get my nails done and change my toe polish to match.

ALL MEN SHOULD GET PEDI'S DONE!!!!!!

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14 hours ago, Tim C said:

I ordered some Alpine Sage to try. This better be some awesome stuff at7-$8 a bar

it's my favorite...... I have to know as soon as you get it.... OK

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