Scent Of A Dubliner

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Clarke’s of Dublin.

Further to its successful Broadsheet debut.

Suzanne Clarke writes:

“I have a full range of Clarke’s Of Dublin soap to giveaway. First to answer correctly: Why is Clarkes of Dublin handmade soap better for your skin and the planet. A. After saponification and curing glycerine is left in the soap that moisturises your skin B. because it’s handmade in Dublin C. Because we don’t use palm oil instead we use moisturising olive oil…”

Anyone?

Clarkes of Dublin

Irish made stuff to broadsheet@broadsheet.ie marked ‘Irish Made Stuff’. No fee.

21 thoughts on “Scent Of A Dubliner

  1. Langer

    Ehh, seems too easy:
    A. After saponification and curing glycerine is left in the soap that moisturises your skin B. because it’s handmade in Dublin C. Because we don’t use palm oil instead we use moisturising olive oil…”

  2. Bertie Blenkinsop

    Sorry I’m late I was having a luxurious soak using Clarkes of Dublin handmade soap, and rather wonderful it was too.

    Although they did throw me out of the bathroom showroom.

    It’s all three I’d wager.

  3. JC27

    Fairly sure I saw Clarke lurking around the bins at the liposuction clinic the last day, fair warning.

  4. scottser

    you’re all wrong. it’s b obviously. everything made in dublin is good for your skin – hence the phrase ‘daycent oul skin’

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