The Line Between Real Bacon And Bacon Soap Has Been Officially Blurred

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We’ve seen soap that smells like bacon before.   Outlaw Soaps’ Bacon Soap, however, vanquishes every other effort before it by not just smelling like bacon, it looks like a giant block of uncooked bacon, too. Seriously, if I saw this on a cutting board in my kitchen, I’d probably just dump it on the frying pan without thinking twice, then look all manners of shocked while I watch it melt and turn the boiling oil into a literal bubble bath.

Can you eat it? Yes, but you’ll probably throw up, considering it’s made from coconut oil, avocado oil, castor oil, olive oil, distilled water, sodium hydroxide, fragrance oil, and coloring. Yes, I know, it’s a lot of oil. And, yes, I know oil and bacon kind of go together. But, yeah, don’t even bother – it cannot possibly end well.

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Each block of Bacon Soap measures 4 x 2.5 x 1.5 inches, with meat-like coloring and patterns that create the insanely realistic appearance. It comes with slice markings, too, so it looks even more like real bacon that you can pick apart into thin slices for cooking individually.

For bathing, they claim the soap is “delightfully sudsy” and will leave your skin “silky smooth,” probably not dissimilar to when you lather yourself with freshly-cooked bacon that’s dripping in oil. Yes, it’s supposed to leave you with that delicious bacon smell, too, so if you’re into that lady from accounting who eats a quarter pound of bacon for breakfast every morning, this just might be the thing to help you catch her eye (well, her nose, really).

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Available now, the Outlaw Soaps Bacon Soap retails for $13.95.

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One Response

  1. Angela

    OK, this is one of those great novelty gifts, an ideal stocking filler or secret santa. But would anyone actually use it?

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