Philosophical reflections on perfume and perfumery:
An exploration of aesthetic, epistemological, metaphysical, moral, ontological, and phenomenological issues.
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That last one looks handmade, is it? Or is it semi-handmade, like from Lush? As much as I love perfumed soap, many are too drying for my skin, handmade soaps don't have that effect. But I haven't come across a handmade Mitsouko scented one yet, lol.
Hello, Natasha! The final entry is a mystery soap which I found amidst some bath supplies. It does look handmade, doesn't it? As you can see from my large number of dry soaps, I appreciate them even when they are not being used for the purpose for which they are intended! Thanks for stopping by!
I should have mentioned that the mystery bar is definitely not Lush--otherwise I'd be able to smell it a mile away. I once had a small slice (as a sample with purchase) of Lush Lust soap which completely filled my bathroom with strong jasmine scent for a bout a year...
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