Lucky Lou Lou Felted Wool Soaps Review!


Welcome to my next “Back To Natural” Review!!

Have you ever wanted your children to wash their hands willingly? Ever wanted them to want to wash their hands before you ask them to? Every wanted them to have a FUN but SAFE way to wash? Then you have to check out these beautiful, FUN soaps from Lucky Lou Lou! These soaps are colorful, easy to use, naturally antibacterial, contain no harsh chemicals and are 100% vegan! I have been seeing alot of things in the news about antibacterial products and the diseases they cause, and so I have been looking for great NATURAL products that fight bacteria, and I think I have found one!!

I didn’t know WHAT felted soap was when I first heard about these, so I just HAD to find out!! And this is what I found.. aren’t they just gorgeous?! Think about how beautiful these would look in a guest bathroom, or even on your kitchen sink? After use, once they dry, they still look BRAND NEW, so no need to replace the soap all the time because it’s started to look nasty!

Wonderfully Intense Orange and Aqua felted mini soaps 3 pack luckyloulou

Wonderfully Intense Orange and Aqua felted mini soaps 3 pack luckyloulou Wonderfully Intense Orange and Aqua felted mini soaps 3 pack luckyloulou Wonderfully Intense Orange and Aqua felted mini soaps 3 pack luckyloulou Wonderfully Intense Orange and Aqua felted mini soaps 3 pack luckyloulou Wonderfully Intense Orange and Aqua felted mini soaps 3 pack luckyloulou



–> What is felted soap?

Felted soaps are awesome chunks of colorful goodness.
I use super soft merino wool sometimes blended with silk to felt around my 100% Vegan cold-press soaps. What you get is a hybrid soap washcloth which gently exfoliates. The soap lasts longer with the felt casing and when it is gone you have a soft colorful felt pouch to keep using for skin exfoliation in the bath/shower or you can cut it open and use it as a pouch.

Here is some info about the soaps I use:
The soaps I use are vegan traditional kettle process soaps carefully blended with eco-friendly palm and coconut oils for their rich, skin moisturizing glycerin. Each cake is wire-cut, air-dried and aged to create a long-lasting soap for exceptional mildness.

These soaps are lightly scented and mild for the most sensitive of skins.
Scent Choices:
Aloe Vera
And unscented

My review soap was supposed to be the lavender, and I was sent one to tuck in my SuperMOM giveaway, which was jasmine.. after I received them, we found that my grandma, who lives here and is VERY sensitive to smells, could handle the jasmine scent but not the lavender so I traded. The jasmine is such a light, airy scent, it is almost unnoticeable, but then suddenly you catch a little whiff, and it just makes you stop and smile!! Lavender is one of my favorite scents.. I use lavender everything, from deodorant to laundry soap!! So it was hard to give it up, but Jasmine is quickly becoming a new favorite! I would love to try the almond and cucumber scents too someday! If this one EVER runs out!! Our family, which consists of 12 people at the moment, use this soap pretty much every day, and it has not gotten any smaller! We have been using for at least two weeks!

My kids love use the “color” soap, and they fight for the chance to be the first to use it when they come in from playing outside. It also makes bath time fun! They love to scrub themselves down with this pretty little package that bubbles all on it’s own! Even Putters grabs it and tries to scrub herself with it! In short.. grab these.. you will LOVE them!!

Lucky Lou Lou also makes beautiful wedding favor packages! What a great idea!

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About misadventuresofafamilyof8

I am a SAHM of 6 kids, and I homeschool, cloth diaper, wear my toddler, used to breastfeed, cook from scratch, not so crunchy mama. Hubs is a chef, and loves to cook. We go to church when we can, and I love to learn new things about how to be a better wife and mother.

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