At long last…handmade soaps from Asia. So what’s been taking me so long to post this? Mainly a language barrier. First, I have to look for handmade soaps on sites written in languages that are foreign to me. Then I have to determine if the soap is truly handmade in Asia, or if it is an image of a soap from another part of the world on an Asian shopping site or blog. It’s not easy, and I still don’t know if I am even right in my assessment.
So, here are some really pretty soaps made by what appears to be very talented Asian artisans. If I got something wrong, and these are made by someone in another part of the world, no worries. Your soap is still awesome!
Myloff Soap in Russia
Mituboshi Soap in Japan
Mama Soap in Korea
Hong Mania Soap in China
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