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Soap Rocks

By: on October 07, 2016
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$8.49 - $46.49
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Gettin' so fresh and so clean with my Lapus Lazuli. Scrubbin' down with a fine hunk of green garnet. Washin' away my sins with this bar of Black Onyx. Who needs the time to mine semi-precious stones, or the money to buy them when these Soap Rocks are both dead ringers? Even better than the real thing, I say, because a Fire Opal isn't going to do jack for my personal hygiene, but Fire Opal Soap will make me look and smell way less like a homeless person.

I think I can also score just as many points giving Soap Rocks as a gift to my girlfriend as I can giving her the real version as earrings or a necklace. I mean, look at them. Even I have to admit they sure are purrrrrdy.

Soap rocks come in a ton of different stone types, colors, and sizes, ranging from 1.5 to 8 ounces.

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