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10 Favorites: The Best of Black Soap

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10 Favorites: The Best of Black Soap

October 25, 2016

Essential for the noirish bath: black bar soap: Here are 10 favorites, ranging from Seattle-made Blackbird soap inspired by the Mount St. Helens eruption to a soap evoking “the feeling of drinking a fine scotch in a wood-paneled den.”

Maria Evora Black Cameo Soap

Above: Maria Evora Black Cameo Soap is $11.74 from Small Flower on Amazon.

Binu Binu Shaman Soap

Above: The Binu Binu Shaman Black Charcoal Soap is made with charcoal, lavender, cedar wood, and clary sage; $18 from Binu Binu.

Caswell Massey Onyx Soap

Above: A box of three bars of Caswell-Massey triple-milled Onyx Soap (a blend of coriander, black pepper, and tobacco). Contact Caswell-Massey for pricing and availability.

Joya No. 6 Black Soap

Above: The Joya No. 6 Black Soap has a scent of vetiver, amber, and cedarwood and comes with a black soap dish to match; $48 on Amazon.

Sort of Coal Kuro Charcoal Soap

Above: Sort of Coal’s Kuro Soap for face and body is made of Japanese charcoal; $25 at Sort of Coal.

Duke Canon Big Ass Brick of Soap

Above: Duke Cannon’s Big Ass Brick of Soap emits a “masculine scent of bergamot and black pepper”; $9 per bar directly from Duke Cannon.

Erno Laszlo Black Soap Bar

Above: The Erno Laszlo Sea Mud Soap is $45 on Amazon.

Tamanohada Welcome Soap in Black

Above: In Japan, the sea bream is associated with good fortune. Welcome Soap, made by a 120-year-old Tamanohada soap factory, is a good house gift. It has a brown sugar scent; $45 from C.O. Bigelow.

Elegant Rose Boutique Activated Charcoal Soap

Above: Activated Charcoal Soap handmade in Michigan with a mix of natural oils and activated charcoal is $6.50 from Elegant Rose Boutique on Etsy.

Magno Black Soap Bar

Above: From Spanish company Magno, two bars of glycerine La Toja Soap are $7.75 on Amazon.

Ace Hotel Pearl Detox Soap

Above: The Detox Soap from Pearl+ is found in the bathrooms at the Ace Hotel in Portland, Oregon; New York; and Pittsburgh; $8 each at the Ace Hotel Shop.

For more in soap, see our post The Return of Soap on a Rope, Plus 7 to Buy.

N.B.: This post is an update; the original story ran on October 27, 2013.

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Kuro Soap

$25.00 USD from Sort of Coal

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