With mother’s day around the corner we are all looking for just the right gift to show mom how much she is loved and appreciated. While the classics like a well-thought-out message in a card or a pretty bouquet are bound to work almost every time, there are many other options which hit the mark for uniqueness and thoughtfulness along with being light on the wallet. One of such options would be creating a custom-designed and personalized hand soap for mom at mysoftsoap.com.
We all know and love the Softsoap brand for making quality products that keep our hands and body clean and smelling good. They have now gone one step further by making it dead simple to create your own personalized soap by choosing your own fragrance, design, photo and text. We tried it out ourselves and the website was very easy to navigate and had our customized soap bottles created and ordered within minutes (the longest step was choosing the right picture to go on there!) The process just has three simple steps:
Step 1: Select a Formula: Options include Wild Basil & Lime, Peony & Plum or Jasmine & Mint
Step 2: Select a Design: Choose a layout and pattern
Step 3: Make It Yours: Upload a photo and text
The actual product arrived at our doorstep within a couple of days and we couldn’t have been happier with how cute the bottle looked. We see many refills for that bottle in the future. Also, we have a feeling we might have to fight our little ones for which bathroom the soap should be in. A personalized soap can make a great gift on many occasions: we can see it’s appeal for moms, dads, grandparents and any other loved one who would appreciate something to remember you by.
Lucky for us, just in time for this mother’s day the good folks at mysoftsoap.com are offering all of our amazing readers 10% off when you use the code MK10 at checkout. So hurry and order soon to get these in time to make the mom(s) in your life happy!
Product received, thank you to mysoftsoap.com, as well as the PR for supplying us with a product for this review, all opinions are our own.
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