You’d think that this election was a beauty pageant, considering the fuss made over how much the candidates spend on haircuts, where they buy their glasses, and exactly how much cleavage they’re allowed to show.
But maybe there is something we can learn from the bathroom routines of presidents past and present.
Caswell-Massey certainly thinks so. The purveyor of fine soap (most likely the rose-shaped ones sitting on your grandma’s sink) has been outfitting the White House since its first resident, George Washington, took office.
Washington’s fragrance pick, along with the preferred scents of Dwight Eisenhower and John F. Kennedy, now make up the Presidential Soap Collection. The three bath soaps are triple-milled, which means that they last and smell longer than that bar of Dove. Perfect if, like Kennedy, you love the scent of Jockey Club (Eisenhower preferred the much gentler Almond Cold Cream fragrance).
Who ever said that politicians were dirty?
REBECCA WILLA DAVIS$24 at www.caswellmassey.com