Sometimes people make things such as cookies that are supposed to look like fingers, and sometimes I see a carrot or parsnip in the store that sort of looks like a gnarled witch finger, but never before this set of finger soaps have I seen a non-finger that looks more like a human finger than the finger of a human itself. The flesh-inspired wonders even have torn cuticles that could stand to be trimmed and pressed back at the nail salon. I mean, that's what I've heard anyway. From people who frequent nail salons.
It's a good way to meet girls, you know.
And for the record, so is Zumba.
Leanna of LoveLee Soaps molds her creepy digits o' man out of sodium cocoate, glycerin, propylene glycol, and some more things I can't pronounce, which is fine in this case because soap is meant for killing germs, not eating, even when it is fashioned after hot wings like this one of Leanna's other creations.
Finger soaps sell as pictured, in sets of 4.