Glycerine Soap Tuscan Honey 3.5 oz

10 reviews
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Original Price $3.50
Current Price $3.00

Great for those with sensitive skin, our oh-so-soft soaps are made with vegetable glycerin, a generational European secret that moisturizes the skin and leaves it soft, beautiful and refreshed.

Enjoy the sweet scent of Italy at home. Warm amber, soft vanilla and gooey honeycomb weave a romantic world of nights spent in the Tuscany countryside.

Sodium Palmitate, Sodium Oleate, Sodium Cocoate, Sodium Laureth Sulfate, Glycerin, Aloe Vera Gel, Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E). May contain: FD&C Colors (Blue #1, Yellow #5, Red #40, Green #5 & Red #33). No animal by-products.

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5.0 Based on 10 Reviews
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10/29/2020
Terri .
United States United States
Beautiful

I love pretty much any Tuscan Honey product. And light scent that stays with you throughout your day

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10/29/2020
Terri
United States United States
Makes me feel pretty

This product has such a nice smell and it will stay on you with a light scent and feels wonderful. It doesn’t last as long as I like but probably because I use it all the time.

TS
04/29/2020
Trudi S.
United States United States
it is the perfect soap

it gives me a break from the stressful world we live in, I love ir

LB
03/26/2020
Lillian B.
United States United States
I like the strong honey scent

My skin feels clean and not drying.

MC
03/20/2020
Margaret C.
United States United States
The fragrance and the feel of it is very relaxing in this very stressful time.

I have been delighted with every one of the products I have purchased. I particularly enjoy the luxury of being able to share the hand cream envelopes with family and friends who all appreciate a little "gift and remembrance" as we all deal with the uncertainty and stresses of the current epidemic.