Two weeks ago, when I was in DC (yes … catching up finally), I stayed at this cool hotel called the Carlyle Suites. Not only was the art deco style pretty cool, but the room had the most comfortable bed I had ever slept on in my life (a Premium Tempur-Pedic mattress) and a fully functional kitchen with a really good one-cup coffee pot.
But okay, you’re reading because you want to know about the soap. It is “innovative ergonomically shaped waste reducing soap” from a company called Green Natura, and here’s what it looks like:
I initially thought, “Seriously? Leaving a hole in the middle?” But after trying it in the shower, I can honestly say that being able to hold on to the soap like this changes your whole soaping/showering experience. So I can verify that it is, in fact, ergonomically designed.
I did a little poking around on the Internet, and if you feel the need to try some, you can order it from the Yellowstone National Park Shop (click here).
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