The Evolutionary Journey of Soap

Monogrammed Soaps - Freesia

Monogrammed Soaps - Green Tea

SOAP SENSE

There’s something about entering a new year that drives all thoughts to personal care, personal improvement, and personal scent and cleanliness.  Visions of facials, massages and spa vacations swim in The VIRGINIA SHOPPER’S head.  And for sure, now is the time when all good men (and women) have created the ultimate in skin smoothing beauty products.

Monogrammed Soaps - Pomegranate

Monogrammed Soaps - Eco-Luxury

When Mom promised to wash the VIRGINIA SHOPPER’S mouth out with soap for using foul language like “Dang”, she wasn’t using today’s aromatic, delicately beautiful, sweetly fragranced, monogrammed soaps to do it, that’s for sure.  How many can remember the good old mustard-yellow soap we used for scrubbing?  And there was a time when Ivory Soap was the bar of the century.  Remember “99 and 100% pure?”

ALL SOAPS ARE NOT CREATED EQUAL

There is definitely something new under the sun.  Just check out these bathing beauties!  Not only do they smell divine, they look Suuuuperior.  They look elegant.  They reflect good taste.  And they can be monogrammed with your own initials!  They are a designer series of triple milled, vegetable based soaps infused with a gorgeous blend of today’s most sought after fragrances and colors. Made in the USA and you can get them – where else? – at Virginia Born and Bred.

CONCLUSION:  Soap has definitely come a long way baby!

RECOMMENDATION:  Try these wading wonders via Virginia Born and Bred.

‘Til We Meet Again… HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM  The VIRGINIA SHOPPER

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