It’s your Good Fortune with Faucet Soap

by Bionic Beauty on 05.Jun.2009 · 2 comments

Body poufs are a staple in most showers these days… and a little body wash plus a pouf equals instantly exfoliated and soft skin.

Good Fortune Soaps has combined the best of your shower worlds. Their best-selling Faucet Soap comes packed in a waterproof zip bag perfect for traveling, camping, etc. The hand made soap itself is surrounded by an “exfoliating sack”. It’s like a pouf shaped sock. You just lather up and scrub-a-dub.

 Good Fortune hand made all-natural soap in exfoliating sack

Faucet Soap by Good Fortune

Good Fortune’s bar soaps last incredibly long. Longer than even your “normal” bar soaps from the drugstore. Plus these are a lot better for your skin! And for the final wonder of goodness? The exfoliating sack is refillable. Open the draw string and slip in a new bar!

I packed this soap on our recent trip to St. Louis for the NHL playoffs. And to be honest, I had a hard time getting a hold of the soap to test it. It kept getting hi-jacked by the guys! So, it’s certainly a winner in Bionic-land. Long-lasting, smells great, good ingredients for your skin, easy exfoliation, natural, hand-made and affordable. It’s a win-win!

Good Fortune’s Faucet Soaps are $10 each (or buy 3 for $24). Flavors available: AppleJack, Citronella Grapefruit, Red Apple Lavender, Peppermint Tea Tree Menthol (I have this variety since I’m obsessed with minty!), and Vanilla Lavender Cinnamon Patchouli.


1 Jennifer Jack June 6, 2009 at 2:33 pm

Jami…I’m so glad the guys liked it too. It really is perfect for everyone because it is simple and effective. I just wanted to share my new favorite use for Faucet Soap – self tanner. Let me explain. I shave with the “minty” Faucet Soap, then exfoliate a bit more with the mesh sack. Wow! Super soft legs, arms, chest, and ready to rub on gradual tanner for a streak free glow.
Thanks! Jennifer Jack 🙂

2 Bionic Beauty June 6, 2009 at 3:31 pm

Jennifer, Great tip for sunless tanners!! I’ll be sure to do that next time I go to apply mine. It’s SO important to exfoliate before applying even the mild gradual tanners- I think this is where many of the “I get streaks” complaints come from.

Thanks again! And keep up the excellent work at Good Fortune Soaps!
Jami (BB)

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