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Noble Otter Two Kings - a review

In all seriousness, you can't go wrong with Noble Otter for the very modest cost. I think it gives even Stirling a run for it's money in the budget category. Now buying SV, that's another story...

For myself, my one man jury is still out for the Two Kings.
I tried it because of this thread.
I think maybe I don't like bentonite clay.

However, also because of this thread,
I tried a couple of Stirling shave soaps and I like them a lot.
 
Also, out of curiosity, is there any tallow-free US soap with truly outstanding performance?
Southern Witchcrafts' soaps are all tallow-free, and some of the best vegan soaps I've used. Definitely off-the-beaten-path fragrances though (I like them), and the whole "haunted mansion" thing going on (with actually very inventive and unique labeling), but lovely products and great company....
 
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Southern Witchcrafts' soaps are all tallow-free, and some of the best vegan soaps I've used. Definitely off-the-beaten-path fragrances though (I like them), and the whole "haunted mansion" thing going on (with actually very inventive and unique labeling), but lovely products and great company....
Kudos to this post. I find SW soaps even better than the CK-6 formula. Another great vegan soap base from the US is The Sudsy Soapery.
 
Southern Witchcrafts' soaps are all tallow-free, and some of the best vegan soaps I've used. Definitely off-the-beaten-path fragrances though (I like them), and the whole "haunted mansion" thing going on (with actually very inventive and unique labeling), but lovely products and great company....
Agreed. Great soaps and a cool vibe with the weird labelling.

Pomona is a great fall/winter soap as is Autumn Ash. Hard to believe they are Tallow free/vegan.
 
Has anyone gotten irritation for Two Kings? I used a sample a while back and it felt like it irritated my neck, but there was no reaction anywhere else. I might have hallucinated it.
 
Nope, that sounds like classic accidental pressure on the neck. Maybe test lather a tiny bit again and apply to the inside of your arm and leave it to see if you develop and itch. I will go check the ingredients...
I did this on the inside of my hand and got no reaction, but I'm gonna rub it in to my neck and check once more. Been painfully avoiding a purchase for a few years, even tho it was possibly my favourite scent ever.
 
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