When Macaroni went on a trip to Hawaii earlier this year, she gave the boyfriend and I a pineapple loofah soap from the Dole Plantation! We have not yet to been to Hawaii but it is on our travel list. In the meantime, we will have this pineapple loofah soup as a souvenir!
The loofah in embedded in the soap, and I would say that most of the product is loofah. After the first five washes or so, most of the pineapple scented soap has been used up. While it lasted, the soap cleaned well and had a delicious pineapple scent.
Now, we keep this in our shower as an exfoliator. The picture above is probably after ~5 ish uses, you can see that the soap around the edges has been used up. As an exfoliator, it is great! It is rough and durable, and helps you scrub all the dead skin off. You don’t need to apply a lot of pressure as the loofah is already rough. I like to use this about 3-4x a week as you are not supposed to exfoliate every day.
Also, did you know that loofah is a type of vegetable, which is usually dry and grown on vines? It is part of the cucumber family!
Anyone know of a good natural loofah soap? Once this is used up, I would love to purchase another one! Or maybe it’s time to go to Hawaii…. 😉
Availability: Dole Plantation, Hawaii
Price: Not sure, was given as a gift