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Is This Loss?

10.00
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Is This Loss?

10.00

I made this soap in May of 2018 and when I originally posted it, I received all these comments on it saying: Is This Loss?

Apparently, it is a reference to a comic by a popular web artist was released a few years ago, and it was this overly dramatic comic about the main character's significant dealing with loss. There's no punchline, and the joke just goes over the heads of the audience. It has apparently evolved to mean that you missed the mark in your attempt. So when you see someone say "is this loss?" they are kind of saying, you suck.

Well, perhaps that audience hated the way this bar looks, and think I am missing something in design, but what the hell. I am stealing their meme. That’s why this soap is titled “Is this loss?” and maybe it looks funny, but it smells like burnt sugar and helps your complexion by reducing the amount of oil on the surface of your skin.

This soap was done in two parts. The stripes are made from an organic melt and pour base. The rest of the soap is my standard recipe and contains activated charcoal powder.

This outer bar soap is made from the following ingredients: Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Mica, Activated Charcoal Powder, Titanium Dioxide, and Fragrance Oil.

The embedded stripes are made from Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil, Glycerine (kosher, of vegetable origin), Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Sorbitol (moisturizer), Propylene Glycol (of vegetable origin), Sorbitan oleate (emulsifier), Oat protein (conditioner).

All of our soaps are paraben-free and formaldehyde-free. We use all-natural ingredients. The only time this differs is with the scent and some of the colors. if you are looking for 100% all-natural soap, please look for the phrase ESSENTIAL OIL in the ingredients list as well as the names of plant powders. If an ingredients list reads fragrance, Titanium Dioxide, pigment, or mica, that suggests that soap is a combination of all natural and some synthetic ingredients.

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I made this soap in May of 2018 and when I originally posted it, I received all these comments on it saying: Is This Loss?

Apparently, it is a reference to a comic by a popular web artist was released a few years ago, and it was this overly dramatic comic about the main character's significant dealing with loss. There's no punchline, and the joke just goes over the heads of the audience. It has apparently evolved to mean that you missed the mark in your attempt. So when you see someone say "is this loss?" they are kind of saying, you suck.

Well, perhaps that audience hated the way this bar looks, and think I am missing something in design, but what the hell. I am stealing their meme. That’s why this soap is titled “Is this loss?” and maybe it looks funny, but it smells like burnt sugar and helps your complexion by reducing the amount of oil on the surface of your skin.

This soap was done in two parts. The stripes are made from an organic melt and pour base. The rest of the soap is my standard recipe and contains activated charcoal powder.

This outer bar soap is made from the following ingredients: Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Castor Oil, Shea Butter, Mica, Activated Charcoal Powder, Titanium Dioxide, and Fragrance Oil.

The embedded stripes are made from Organic Coconut Oil, Organic Palm Oil, Glycerine (kosher, of vegetable origin), Purified Water, Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent), Sorbitol (moisturizer), Propylene Glycol (of vegetable origin), Sorbitan oleate (emulsifier), Oat protein (conditioner).

All of our soaps are paraben-free and formaldehyde-free. We use all-natural ingredients. The only time this differs is with the scent and some of the colors. if you are looking for 100% all-natural soap, please look for the phrase ESSENTIAL OIL in the ingredients list as well as the names of plant powders. If an ingredients list reads fragrance, Titanium Dioxide, pigment, or mica, that suggests that soap is a combination of all natural and some synthetic ingredients.