I have mixed feelings about this soap. The first things I noticed were a misspelling on the packaging and that the lid releases if you screw it on too far - both of which struck me as weird in light of the price and marketing of this product (which is positioned as a luxury item and is not supposed to be janky). I have used the soap once so far - didn't notice any particular moisturizing effects, and didn't like the smell. I will keep using it - not writing it off yet - but so far I'm not into it, and would agree with another review I read somewhere about the smell being sort of tire-y. It's a different kind of product than this one, but people looking for a moisturizing bath product might want to try Palermo's body scrub (which is overpriced but distinctly moisturizing).
You open this jar and immediately your surroundings transform into a sacred garden bursting with ripe roses, blessing you with their intoxicating parfume. You can’t resist plunging your fingertips into the dark paste and it reminds you of velvety springtime mud, made moist with the afternoon rain that has been infused with rose by drenching the flowers and spilling down to the earth. Spreading it all over your skin is almost unbelievable because until now, it has never been possible for skin to drink silk and for silk to be rose. Every shower now becomes the anointing of your Goddess. Soft, glowing, centered, blessed, loving, Divine. No shit. This soap is from the Gods. Buy it right now!
love the purity... do not love the scent when wet; rather reminiscent of the first time i was in a car garage — not awful, just not what i want when bathing/showering...
also a bit difficult to use... as the soap get smaller it “escapes” my hands and/or bath mitt