So on the Boat, they had lovely shampoo and body wash. Penhaligon. I had never heard of it. Of course, I liked it, and so stole as much of it as I could.
It's available on Amazon. A 300 mL bottle is -- wait for it, wait for it -- $134.50.
Needless to say, I will not be getting any Penhaligon bath foam. That's well beyond 'luxury impulse purchase' and into 'are you out of your goddamn mind'.
Dammit. They have a juniper one, too, which if the quality of this 'Quercus' is anything to go by, should be pretty fucking spectacular.
Amazon is out. Looks like Saks carries it -- where I just was. Sis is going there at the end of the month. Maybe I should ask her to check it out, you know, for the LOLs.
OK, the prices at Saks are better. 300 mL of Juniper bath and body gel is only $65, and a bottle of Lily of the Valley bath oil is just $110 CAD.
Still in the realm of 'are you out of your goddamn mind'.
'Quintessentially British'. Uh huh. That's why none of it is actually made there. They offshored it all. As British as Doc Martens these days.
Still -- Lily of the Valley bath oil. It calls to me.
My Geo. F. Trumper shaving soap wasn't much cheaper. A bit cheaper. But then my shaving soap will go through regular use and last me five years. A bit different.