Wolfman Bar Soap
Wolfman Bar Soap
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Ever wake up in the morning with your clothing torn and your body covered in dirt and blood? This could be evidence of a fun night, or it could mean that...it happened again. It really just depends if last night was a full moon.
Either way, you're going to need to clean up before you go to work, so reach for Dr. Frankenstein's most lupine offering to date.
Wolfman soap is made with coconut oil, so it lathers and cleans like nobody's business. We then cut fir needles from the forest outside the MONSTER Lair, dry them, grind them up, and add them to the soap base. The needles provide much gentler exfoliation than you might assume, given how they like to stab our hands when we're harvesting them. They soften up in the oil and light abrasion to get that dead skin off your flesh. Or fur. We don't discriminate.
We've also got a pretty nice helping of activated charcoal powder in there, and you know what that means. It's a wonder ingredient that soaks up dirt and oil and boosts the cleaning power of anything it's in by like 9000 times (note: this is an estimation based on absolutely nothing - it does clean better though).
A Word on Exfoliating Soaps
At MONSTER Flesh & Mane, we use four grades of exfoliation in our soaps.
These soaps do not have any exfoliation ingredients and thus require no special instructions.
With the finest grit, the exfoliating ingredients in these soaps will gently scrub away dead skin from the topmost layer. Less effective, but great for daily use. Use as normal.
These soaps have slightly coarser grit, or harder bits that will exfoliate a bit harder. If you just scrub away with these, you may cause some irritation and scratching of your skin. Slow it down a bit.
The exfoliating ingredients in these soaps are coarse or especially hard, and will seriously abrade away dead skin. Use slow, deliberate circles when scrubbing with these soaps. Not for every day use; use only as needed.