“Well groomed, smooth as silk, and ready to pounce!” proclaims the label on Filthy Cougar soap from Filthy Farmgirl. It’s true, any cougar must be primped, plumped and primed for action. Get ready for the hunt with this chunky golden bar and citrusy suds.
Says the company’s web site: “We believe our soap puts people in touch with the earth through their senses, and enlivens the otherwise mundane ritual of washing.” And Filthy Farmgirl, which lists workshops in Hawaii and Vermont as its contact info, is 100 percent natural, with “no yucky stuff” such as detergents, surfactants, sulfates, artificial scents, colorizers, or petroleum products. Nice!
The retro labels, printed on recycled paper, are my favorite part. These soaps will make nifty gifties for my friends, especially since shipping is free in the U.S.; for overseas, shoot an email and they’ll work something out, according to the site.
The cougar soap is $3 for a small bar, $8 for a large and $18 for a three-pack. What filthy cougar, poet, lumberjack, nurse, secretary, flight attendant, vampire, philosopher or delicate dude, etc. (there are 69 varieties total) wouldn’t appreciate a product that tells us to Live Nakedly?
Product Source: From my own collection; I did not receive products or compensation from Filthy Farmgirl.