Don't worry, it cleans up nice. Most bars of soap are sleek and smooth out of the box, but not this one, and that's a good thing. It combines a bunch of ingredients that haven't met until now: one is Ose-Dudu, aka "Black Soap" from in West Africa. It also uses palm kernel oil and activated charcoal to soak up impurities from the skin while nourishing it at the same time.
Ingredients: Ose-dudu (African Black Soap) / Glycerin / Palm Kernel Oil / Shea Butter / Activated Charcoal / Palm Acid.
Meant to mix with the smell of cigarette smoke, instead of covering it up, Goest Smokers' Perfume is unique among scents. It's formulated to enhance the best elements of the smell of smoke, adapting to your own skin and cigarette of choice to create a personalized fragrance. It comes in a "hard pack" of five mini spray tubes that are designed to slip into standard cigarette packs for portability.
For the past 20 years, a variety of drivers have gathered to race through a 3000-mile journey that crosses countries and continents. The car rally began in 1999 and is named the Gumball 3000. This hardbound book helps celebrate the rally's 20th anniversary and arrives loaded with beautiful photos of the tour's crowds, parties, and cars that have competed over the past two decades. Gumball 3000 is meant to challenge tradition and take a non-conventional approach to exploring and pushing boundaries, and this book is true to those values in providing a look into the rally's history and growth.
Originally published in 1958, Breakfast at Tiffany's is an iconic novella. The book follows a young writer who moves into a New York City apartment building and meets his compelling neighbor: Holly Golightly. One of Truman Capote's most well-known works, the book went on to spawn a film, a musical, and a television adaptation. This edition is built to last for generations, bound in black leather and finished by hand with the title and author's name embossed on the cover.