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Olive Oil Nablus Soap (1 count)
Handmade by One of the Original Nablus Families from a 10th Century RecipeOnly 3 Ingredents: Olive Oil, Water, & Mineral SaltsMade on the West Bank in NablusMade with Olive Oil from the Holy LandWill Leave Your Skin Feeling Clean and Moisturized
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18 Reddit comments about Olive Oil Nablus Soap (1 count):

u/rd1970 · 357 pointsr/interestingasfuck

Is this them?

Edit: $25 to get one bar here in Canada...

u/TheMostEqual · 254 pointsr/interestingasfuck

I think it's Nablus soap from the West Bank.

I recall seeing this a few months or years ago. I'd imagine they get a spike in sales whenever this pops up on reddit. But they probably have no idea why.

Edit: a letter and an apostrophe

u/iRasha · 174 pointsr/educationalgifs

Here you go!

Olive Oil Nablus Soap (1 count)

If that link doesnt work (because I’m on mobile), just search Nablus soap on amazon

u/ZeroAccess · 21 pointsr/oddlysatisfying

Last time this was posted I found out it's in Palestine and they are about $4/bar, or $15 from Amazon. This is something similar -

It's called Nablusi, or Nablus soap, made with Olive Oil.....which sounds awful to shower with.

u/Moeparker · 11 pointsr/educationalgifs

I bought this soap. It lasts for months. It's fantastic.

Amazon Prime Link: $5 for the bar of soap:

It even has the indentation from the Mallet hit

u/Hanginon · 7 pointsr/interestingasfuck

I think this is the stuff.

u/ivebeenhereallsummer · 3 pointsr/ArtisanVideos
u/anonymousxo · 2 pointsr/interestingasfuck

It's $15 on my US Amazon link. camelcamelcamel still shows it at $6.50

Think they raised the price since they got lots of traffic after this thread?

u/redmoss6 · 2 pointsr/educationalgifs

Since I still had it copied from the other post:

u/Sequence_Scroll_1921 · 2 pointsr/DeathByMillennial

As for the one I use, you can find it on Amazon if you search "Olive Oil Nablus Soap." Has blue Arabic writing and a red camel logo. One bar usually lasts me a month. Also, here's a video from 2014 documenting their process from start to finish. I believe the AP Archive has a similar but older video of the same sort of thing. Though I'm not sure if it's the same family business as previous video.

Either way it's a great way to support business in the West Bank for a great product. This kind of olive oil soap is commonly made and used all over the Mediterranean from France to Syria and has basically been made the same way for 500 years. It's as simple as soap gets and is often used for lots of different purposes. Body, dishes, clothes, etc...

u/TheEmeraldMoose · 1 pointr/interestingasfuck

Probably not, the amazon page claims it to have "almost no scent".

u/its710somewhere · 1 pointr/interestingasfuck

No, obviously.

But pretending they are only selling this to their own community

> This is just soap that people in their community buy.

is just silly. It's available all over the world.

Your claim that they do not market this as "handmade artisanal" is false, as is your claim that it is only being made for the community.

They may have been doing that in 1923, but this is not 1923.

Pretty sure the folks over in Palestine aren't paying $15 a bar either.

They play up the "traditional" technique so they can overcharge hipsters. It's as obvious as the sky being blue.

u/bnutbutter78 · 1 pointr/gifsthatkeepongiving

Looks like this could be the product.

Olive Oil Nablus Soap (1 count)