Hand soap is a necessity. And with flu season
upon us, not to mention all of the holiday party food
prep and house guests due to arrive, something elevated *and* effective is definitely needed to sit near our sinks. Click through the slideshow for the best hand soaps to treat yo' self and those holiday visitors.
Urban Outfitters Crystal Bar Soap Mini Soap ($8)
: The Enchanting Love bar is blended with earth crystals and essential oils and is crafted to connect the emotional body and clear negative energy with moss agate. Cleansing FTW!
Method X SF MoMA Liquid Soap ($15)
: Store this gorgeous, copper faceted (and reusable!) glass bottle near your sink to show your support for SFMoMA. The violet noir-scented soap (available directly through the SFMoMA Store in November) will directly benefit its education programs, which inspire and encourage creativity throughout the community.
Anthropologie Soap Rock ($16)
: Bring the posi vibes and keep your hands germ-free with this gorgeous opal crystal soap. It's *almost* too pretty to use.
Aesop Resurrection Aromatique Soap ($39)
: This hand wash is a cult favorite for a reason. The intoxicating blend of orange, lavender, and rosemary keep hands soft and smelling ah-mazing.
A&G Extracts Bar Soap Collection ($6/each)
: Choose between detoxifying charcoal, moisturizing pink clay, or balancing Himalayan salt. Or just buy all three to stock up for the season.
Golda Sphere Soap ($18)
: Take a break from boring bar soap with this gorgeous spherical work of art.
Byredo Vetyver Hand Wash ($65)
: Opt for an earthier scent in the bathroom or kitchen with an energizing combination of sweet and tart angelica seeds and pomelo.
Binu Binu Soaps ($18 each)
: Handmade with boricha (the roasted barley tea), this minimalist Korean soap pays homage to cleansing rituals of a Korean public bath.
Hinoki Hand Wash ($58)
: Stash this light and woodsy-scented hand wash in your bathroom and skip the candle or air freshener.
Are we missing out on a hand soap that isn’t on the list? Let us know @BritandCo!
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