Review: Gnosis Body Care Chocolate Cinnamon Soap

I've enjoyed watching the show "Once Upon a Time" this past season. I used to think it was just a guilty little secret, until my sister mentioned seeing a show where a character loved cinnamon in her hot chocolate. There could only be one character who mentioned something so specific and special: Mary Margaret (aka Snow White). If you're like Snow and love chocolate and cinnamon, then there's a wonderful soap for you: Gnosis/Soapistication Body Care Chocolate Cinnamon Soap.

Pros:
  • Luxurious chocolate and cinnamon scent
  • Handmade
  • Made with organic ingredients
  • Attractive "chocolate bar" design
  • Sustainably packaged (recycled cardboard and sustainably-sourced label)
  • Has anti-aging benefits
Cons:
  • Might not last as long as you'd hope
Summary:
Gnosis/Soapistication Body Care Chocolate Cinnamon Soap is a fun collaboration between Gnosis Chocolate and handmade soap maker Soapistication. I love how this bar is extremely gentle and made with almost all organic ingredients. It's also vegan and handmade! The $6 price is reasonable considering the production process, organic ingredients, and sustainable packaging. I highly recommend this soap if you love chocolate cinnamon or know a friend who would love to receive it as a gift. Or, if this scent isn't your thing, I suggest taking a look at the other Soapistication soaps.

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Disclosure notice: 
This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.


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