EVERY MAN JACK
body bar with glycerin
3 bars ~$5.00
Some beauty bloggers have been writing about EVERY MAN JACK for sometime now. And while at my friend's home I was able to try this. Is everyone hip to the hottest products but me?
I tried the cedarwood bars.
I have to say, the bars are really beautiful, masculine, and look like pieces of well polished wood. Smell was very faint, but okay.
This is pretty much a regular no-frills bar of soap, but with added fragrances, both artificial and natural. Personally, I think the best soaps should do without these ingredients. In reality, however, fragrance is indeed a huge part of what sells a product. The fragrance also doesn't last well in this bar soap either.
The downside was that it washed like any 50 cent glycerin soap bar. Bottom line, this is just a regular (inexpensive) glycerin soap. It has no additional moisturizers or deodorants. So what seems like a bargain at 3 for $5 is actually not. You can buy regular glycerin soap bars for significantly less.
This isn't a product I'd use myself (probably ever again), but it is definitely a very expensive and masculine looking bar of soap, and at 3 for five bucks, I think it'd be a great decorative soap for male guests (or to fit in a natural/woodsy decor). Please note, after using the soap even once or twice, it will lose its look of "wood" and just turn into a regular and unremarkable little bar of soap.
Sorry EVERY MAN JACK, but I'm must be an exception. I am not jack.
Thumbs down overall from me.
This is just my personal aesthetic opinion in using this prouduct. This is not in any way a scientific evaluation. I have no financial/personal/professional association with Every Man Jack. Product tested was a friend's.