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    Default Soap or cream

    What's your preference and why, soap or cream. I'm guessing this question has been asked before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nukacola View Post
    What's your preference and why, soap or cream. I'm guessing this question has been asked before.
    Thanks have a nice day.
    Makes little difference to me so long as they are capable of producing a good lather. In that respect you have winners and losers in both categories.

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    ^^^^^^

    Like Bob said.
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    To that you can add croap a hybrid between soap and cream.

    Personally I prefer soap but I'll use anything that works.
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    Thanks guys for your answers, this form really is the best.

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    triple-milled soap all the way! My favourite coming from the UK, namely DR Harris soaps.

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    My preference is definitely for very hard soaps too -- Pre de Provence! I enjoy the process more with hard soaps, but if my water is harder or I just want a quick and easy lather then a cream like the one from The Body Shop is my go to, but it almost feels like cheating.

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    Artisanal soaps as most are superb with very nice scents and they last longer than creams.
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    As long as it makes a great lather, Soap OR cream for me. I have many of each in my collection of suds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by celestino View Post
    Artisanal soaps as most are superb with very nice scents and they last longer than creams.
    Not sure what you mean by “Artisanal” soaps, but that term includes a lot of cheap melt and pour garbage with ridiculous names and labels.
    Last edited by Badgister; 03-25-2020 at 04:15 AM. Reason: Artisanal is supposed to be one word

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