Presented by Dr. Squatch
As a red-blooded American man, finding good soap can be frustrating. Ever wander into a grocery store or a big box department store, aimlessly staring at shelves of brightly-colored bar soaps and body wash, knowing perfectly well there’s barely a difference between any of them? Then you settle on something that leaves you smelling like industrial cleaner and hand sanitizer, leaving your skin flaky and ashy.
Standard bar soap just doesn’t cut it when it comes to elevating your shower experience.
I’m a grizzly, hairy guy. I like walking around in the woods in Tevas and getting muddy by hanging out in streams, looking for brown trout, crawfish, or salamanders. I also love the feeling of a quality shower afterwards, knowing that I’m not going to track all that mud into my bed.
That’s where Dr. Squatch Pine Tar soap comes in. I bought a couple bars back over the winter, back when I was looking for an all-natural soap that didn’t leave my skin dry and ashy from the cool, dry air. It quickly became my favorite soap in a long time – it smells like a thick pine grove in the middle of a forest and feels soft as a pillow on your skin.
Dr. Squatch Pine Tar soap is the ultimate woodsy, lumberjack soap.
Here’s the crazy thing: This soap is truly black as tar, made from real pine extract. It’s made of all-natural ingredients, complete with oatmeal and sandy grains to take the exfoliation experience to the next level. Shea butter, which is naturally packed with Vitamin E, takes the clean feeling even further, leaving your skin smooth and feathery.
Showering with Dr. Squatch Pine Tar soap feels like lathering with a piece of bark deep in the woods on a summer afternoon. The sensory experience that comes from the black tar/exfoliation is a revolutionary step in my day-to-day shower routine.
It’s amazing how great an all-natural soap can leave you feeling. Never crawling back to the grocery store again.
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