Now this is really lifelike. It looks just like a miniature leaf, with all those lines or veins they have. It also has pretty shading which makes it look like it is from the autumn season. I am always amazed when soap comes in forms other than a bar or liquid, especially like this!
This was so neat-looking that I did not even want to use it! At the same though, I wanted to see what it was like and it gave me the impetus to do some extra-grimy cleaning. Once I got that out of the way, I took the leaf out of the packaging. It was thin, but not paper-thin. When I was looking at it in the plastic, I thought it was going to feel much thinner. It looks as if it is made out of fabric, but it feels like soap.
I started sudsing up with it. It had good lather. At first I didn't want to damage the leaf so I was more gentle with it, but I didn't find that it was bubbling up enough. I put more muscle into it, and I established just the right amount of suds.
This came in the scent, Heather. It smells like flowers and perfume. Very feminine. The soap left my hands smelling like the fragrance after I washed them. I wasn't left with dry hands either, thankfully. I hate when that happens! On the paper that came with it, it said to throw it away after use and that it was disposable. I couldn't bear to do this. The soap held up well after I used it, so I left it to dry in my soap dish for another use or two!
For more information on the company that makes this soap, see here: link.