Outlaw Soap Review

Outlaw Soap Brings a More Natural Approach to Soap For Anyone On the Go

Not all soaps are made the same, but most your find at the store only offer the same smells and options. But if you’re looking for a more natural approach and different scent options there may be a new option for you. A bit on the rugged side, Outlaw Soaps offers body wash, soap, and other health and beauty products that offer users the hint of whiskey, leather and a smokey smell – all made with more natural products.

Outlaw Soap Review

If you want a more natural option on soaps, or you want to smell like you’ve been out by the campfire or a more natural scent – Outlaw soaps is one that you’re going to want to add to your list of items to keep stocked in your bathroom. From vegan soap options, to ones that you’ll want to keep packed in your to-go back, Outlaw Soaps has a smell profile you’ll love and the perfect type of products to keep you clean.

What makes Outlaw Soap different than other natural soaps out there? Outlaw is a company for adventurous people, by adventurous people. We live like the products we make: we love campfire, whiskey, and ill-advised explosions… standing a little too close, but being sure to wear fire-proof clothes. For those never wanting to miss a sud in the shower, the Soap of the Month and Body Wash Subscriptions have him covered

Outlaw Soap Review

Packaging is everything, and Outlaw soap has that covered. In the soap gift sets they not only include stickers and itty-bitty tiny rubber chickens (something I never knew I needed) but items that will make you smile. Inside my package was a mug that was perfect as a motivational item to help me though the work day. The Outlaw Soaps mug has their logo on one side and a great reminder of what we should do every day on the other. Big enough for the first round of coffee or a even a good soup, this mug has quickly went into our daily use rotation in our home.

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Becky

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Becky is Content Creator in metro-Detroit. She is also an interior designer, a former adjunct professor, a gluten free foodie, and world traveler. Week99er is a lifestyle site featuring real life reviews of the latest in entertainment, technology, travel destinations and even set visits. Her Youtube channel gives in depth reviews and travel videos. Contact her at becky@week99er.com

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