This beautiful bouquet is actually made of moisturizing soap


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These gorgeous flowers may look like blooms you would buy at the local florist, but they’re hiding a secret. They actually belong on your bathroom sink. Break off a petal and lather up. That’s right — these petals are made of soap.

Created by independent woman-owned business A’marie’s Bath Flower Shop, the soap flowers are a gorgeous way to wash your hands and body. Those unsightly plastic soap bottles from the drugstore are a thing of the past, thanks to these beautiful blossoms.

The soap flowers are made of goat’s milk and shea butter, keeping your skin extra hydrated. To use, simply peel off a flower petal. The rest of the soap flower will stay intact. One petal lasts for an average of ten hand washes or one full body cleanse, so you get a lot of bang for your buck. And, yes, the soap flowers smell like the blooms they are modeled after.

“The creamy petals moisturize while cleansing and when you’re out of petals, you’ll find a matching bar of soap waiting at the bottom,” the product description reads.

Check out the beautiful blooms below — and keep those hands washed.

Shop: Bathing Petal Flower Soap in Juliet’s Dream Garden Rose, $39

Shop: Bathing Petal Flower Soap in Cherry Blossom, $39

Shop: Bathing Petal Flower Soap in Gardenia, $39

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