Tokyomilk makes food-inspired perfume that smells better than the real thing (and lip balms to go with them
). So what happens when they branch out into soaps? It’s definitely not a wash.
The triple milled shea butter bars are vintage pressed and hand wrapped, covered in one-of-a-kind packaging. From “Audubon”, with its delicate drawing of a bird, to “Just Desserts”, featuring the Technicolor image of strawberry shortcake, each soap is as good to look at as it is to smell. Even better? They start at only $3.50, so you won’t feel so bad when you rip off the wrapper to actually use it.
Like the other Tokyomilk products, the scents are a bit more interesting than your average bar of soap; there’s “Midnight in the Garden No. 12” (rosewood), “Tokyo Two Step No. 9” (grapefruit, lychee, and jasmine), and our personal favorite, “Staccato No. 13” (orchid, orange flower, gardenia, and amber).
So while other expensive soaps may sit pretty in their boxes for ages, Tokyomilk’s will be perfect in any bathroom—in and out of the wrapping.
$3.50 each at beautyhabit.com.
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