Running a golf blog sometimes calls for some odd activities, like taking pictures of soap. I just took pictures of my soap in my shower. I’m pretty sure that no other golfers out there have taken pictures of their soap.
Hidden Valley Farms All Natural Golf Soap
I get a lot of golf equipment and deliveries for review. One day, my deliveries smelled really good. I tore into the box and discovered my case of Hidden Valley All Natural Golf Soaps, which brought my home up to a new level of smelling good. I put the box and various soap bars on display in my pad and it was like adding the best selling air freshener in the world to every room. Eventually I finally broke down and actually cracked open the unique wrappers and started using it. I’m hooked.
Hidden Valley began in a mountain top, solar powered one room cabin in Republic Washington. The soap is made from skin healing herbs of shea butter (comfrey, calendula and chamomile), oils of coconut, kosher derived soy and cottonseed, palm kernel, olive, as well as the highest food grade vegetable ingredients. Add a little pure well water and some personal hands-on care and you get a wonderful variety of unique soaps which keep you clean and make your skin feel very moist and soft.
Hidden Valley makes several “series” of soaps. The Golf Series is a set of eight individual soaps with different scents and unique golf labels. The labels have very neat retro golf paintings and quotes printed on them, like Lee Trevino’s favorite quote “Golf – it’s the most fun I ever had with my clothes on!”
My favorite two flavors/fragrances are the “The uglier a man’s legs are, the better he plays golf” with it’s refreshing clean scent, and “I’d move heaven and earth…” with what seems to be a hint of a vanilla fragrance.
On the course. Or should I say “In the shower?”
Many soaps I’ve used, like say Dial for instance, dry up my skin. The Hidden Valley soaps do not dry my skin at all and they leave it feeling very soft. The soap produces a very nice and full lather as well, yet lasts quite a long time.
If I was superstitious I’d use the “Tournament Soap” before tournaments. OK I’ll admit it… I do.
I’m clean, happy and I smell good.
As bad golfer with the ugliest legs ever who has a camera…
I’ve never taken a picture of golf related soap so you still get the golf blogger “odd activities” prize. However, I did take a picture of shampoo a few years ago so I came close ( http://www.eatgolf.com/shampoo.php )
but as always, HOGB eventually one ups me. Nice job HOGB; and nice job Hidden Valley for such neat soaps