We received a custom, hand made soap from our friends at Red River Range in Shreveport, LA. We liked it so much, we looked up the company that makes it, and had some made for us.
It's a company called Joy Bubbles https://joy-bubbles.com/
, and like FCD, it's a husband and wife team. We've thoroughly enjoyed dealing with Anna and Troy, honest and competent folks that we want to support. So the Duck Soap is both our way of doing something fun and over the top silly for our friends that already have everything, and supporting fellow small businesses, in this case, Joy Bubbles run by Anna and Troy.
The soap is hand poured and cured, the scent is Spearmint Eucalyptus (I asked for happiness and baby ducks scent. Curiously, they didn't have it, but spearmint eucalyptus is close enough), they are individually stamped with a custom stamp specially ordered from England, and meticulously wrapped and boxed. From beginning to finish, Duck Soap took 4 months to complete, it measures 4x2.2x1.1. Even our soap takes a long development time.
For Todd Camper at Rainshadow Armory: we're not going to include instruction cards with Duck Soap, but here are some general pointers:
Not a sex toy.
For external use only.
For best result, hold the soap with one hand, rub the soap on the body, rinse thoroughly once a day. For hippies, do whatever, once a week at least (we hope).
Not suitable as taco filling, but tastes better than okra.
It's pretty awesome as far as soap goes, but it won't do your taxes.
If you drop it, well, don't. It's not worth it, Dan.