I cannot believe that people willingly use this moisture-sucking, shower-sludging surfactant to clean themselves.
The more heavily used a bar is, the more microorganisms it holds. But does that really mean it's time to leave bar soaps behind?
See what happens when a pile of filthy meat cons a gullible customer into buying soap that's made out of bones.
We can all afford to be more eco-conscious, but the bathroom is not the place to cut back.
Thomas Blanchard and Oilhack use the whole damn spectrum to create a universe of paint, oil, and soap.
Hygiene products for women smell like blackberries, vanilla, or lemongrass. Products for men, on the other hand? They smell like "MEN." We asked experts what that means.
If it looks clean, it must be clean, right?
Testosterone and soap seem like they don’t mix, but Jes Fan explains why they do.
Soap does not age gracefully—conservators at the Hirshhorn learned that the hard way.
Washing your dishes and your genitals with the same soap is weird.
In this episode of Lauren Monger's comic, the punk animals share more than just suds.
ASMR for your eyes and ears.