Why you need it:
A beautiful smelling soap with an incredibly special ingredient; Hinokitiol, found in Aomori oil from Aomori, Japan, which is anti-microbial, germicidal, and deodorizing, all while looking amazing in your soap dish.
Why I love it:
Golda is a soap that is hand made in Topanga Canyon by a Japanese couple that go by Studio Cue. Not only is it totally gorgeous, the smell is completely mesmerizing; I wish this site had scratch and sniff so you could tell just how delicious it is. The Hiba oil and lemongrass give it a really fresh, citrus-y yet pine-y scent that I just can't get enough of, and unlike other soaps, it's made with coconut, palm, avocado, and jojoba oils so it doesn't dry your skin out. One of the primary ingredients is Aomori Hiba essential oil, an oil that is only found in 300 year old Aomori Hiba trees from Aomori, Japan. I love the way this soap feels in my hands, it's a true sensory pleasure to use. It also makes a lovely hostess gift instead of a bottle of wine, but it might be hard to part with. Just warning you.
- Made with certified sustainable palm oil.
Saponified Oils of Coconut, Palm, Olive and Safflower, Glycerine, Water, Sodium Hydroxide, Jojoba Oil, Avocado Oil, Hiba Wood Oil, Lemongrass, Mica, Sorbitol, Sorbitan Oleate