This weekend while walking by myself I stumbled upon a lilac bush. Its scent instantly soothed my frayed nerves and perked me up. I wanted to take a bit home to continue with my scent reverie but thought it would be disrespectful to just tear off a branch.
|One of my earliest childhood memories is of me playing by a lilac bush, so the scent really makes me feel at peace.|
Luckily, I discovered the next best thing - Lilac soap from Demo Soap (171 East Liberty Street, Suite 123 in Toronto). Not only is it a good looking bar that will spiffy up even the dreariest excuse for a bathroom, but it will also leave your hands (or whole body) as fragrant as a lilac bush.
|Demo Soap's Lilac Soap looks as good as it smells. I'd scoop up the whole jar if I could.|
The wide selection of soaps at Demo Soap are produced in-shop and the website says they are made of 100% vegetable oil-based glycerine. Demo Soap also makes body creams and butters and features a selection of handmade greeting cards, making it the perfect place to hit up if you are looking for a small gift.
|With all the different scents to choose from, I'm sure it will not be the last time that I buy a bar of soap at Demo.|
Now excuse me while I go wash my hands for the umpteenth time, just so that I can sniff 'em.