My brother just started his own business (he’s a “starving college student”) called Bagels and Bubbles. He makes bagels (NJ style yum) up at school because not many people know what a real bagel is supposed to taste like. He also makes soap and has recently tried shampoo but he’s still tweeking the recipe. This soap is great and I’m not just saying that because it’s my brother but it’s organic, handmade, and when he uses exfoliaters it’s oatmeal, coffee grinds, and other things. The oatmeal exfoliater saved my self-tanner accident. Ok, don’t make fun of me, just kidding laugh all you want because it’s actually funny. I haven’t used self-tanner in quite some time and, yea, I looked like I missed a few spots the next morning. I probably did the dumbest thing you could do and applied in the bathroom where there is HORRIBLE lighting. To make it even worse, the next day I had an event I had to go to. Yes, keep shaking your head at WHY I would attempt this. It’s almost as bad as cutting your hair the day before a wedding. Well, needless to say my brother came to my rescue.
“Hey Max, can you see the streaks?”
My brother starts laughing.
“Uh, yea here try this soap it might exfoliate the skin off that the self tanner seeped into.”
It actually worked. Who knew that oatmeal in soap would exfoliate self tanner off of my legs?! I know what you’re thinking, there has to be some chemical that took it off. WRONG! It was literally all homemade organic soap with chunks of oatmeal sticking out.
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Mary Kay Shop
P.S. I'm on vacation but I'll be back July 13th! Stay tuned for a surprise when I get back!