Blazing Saddles: The Sexiest Soap Ever
What does an Outlaw smell like? In short, an Outlaw smells like a f&*king American hero.
In long, an Outlaw smells like leather, sandalwood, gunpowder, sage, two kinds of campfire (the nighttime campfire and the daybreak campfire), and a little dirt. An Outlaw smells like the sexiest goddamn thing you can imagine, and then about 12 times sexier than that.
An Outlaw is too old for ‘Axe’ and too young for ‘Old Spice.’ Too old for rot-gut whiskey and too young to give up whiskey outright.
This soap could be used by the kind of cowboys that other cowboys sing about. This soap is the kind of soap that makes married men late for work. This soap will turn your shower into a slow-mo celebration of every. damn. reason you woke up this morning: because you have Things to Do.
But you don’t have to do them too fast. Finish your sexy, sexy shower first. And that’s why it’s called “the sexiest soap ever.”
"Leaves old spice and the rest in the dust. Gets ya clean, smells ya good, and isn’t even slightly greasy. And as a plus our whole bathroom smells like man now." - William, customer
"This is just amazing smells awesome very manly. This really is the sexiest soap." - Rafael, customer
"I am having a really hard time being an outlaw, with all the time I am spending in the shower." - Daniel, customer
Our soaps are formulated with an all-vegan combination of oils that is both delightfully sudsy in the shower and leaves your skin silky smooth and, if you wish, sooooo kissable (though we’re not getting all up in your boundaries). We make them with love and laughter in order to bring the best of ourselves to you.
If this is a gift for someone other than yourself and you’d like us to include a note, put that in the order notes section when you order. We’ll hand write it in our attempt at a legible note.
Ingredients: Coconut oil, avocado oil, castor oil, olive oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide, fragrance oil, and coloring.
All our soaps are handmade and, as a result, may have some minor cosmetic and weight differences.