A whole lotta folks call our Blazing Saddles soap “the sexiest soap ever.”
Yeah, it was mostly us at first, but then our customers started saying it too, and now it’s an official entry in the Oxford Encyclopedia of Awesomeness. (Which may or may not be a real thing.)
Hey, with it’s high-riding, steely-eyed blend of warm leather, gunpowder, sagebrush, and sandalwood, the Blazing Saddles aroma has got “sexy” written all over it in scent-letters. (And scent letters are *definitely* a real thing.)
But to really drive it home, here are five ways you might feel after showering with Blazing Saddles, the sexiest soap ever.
- Like you’ve just been possessed by the ghost of Clint Eastwood and are ready to wrestle a grizzly to the ground.
- Like you’re on a runaway train loaded with charisma on a collision-course with the Flirtsville Express to New Sexico.
- Like you’re driving a herd of wild lustalopes down Smoldering Gulch with just a come-hither.
- Like you just robbed the First Municipal Bank of Dayumtown and are riding away scot-free with bags full of solid gold swagger.
- Like you have the confidence of a rugged, roguish cowboy flanked by eagles carrying pearl-grip six-shooters filled with bullets made of sheer animal magnetism.
No matter how you feel, we guarantee you’ll love it. So pick up a bar of either silky-smooth handmade soap or long-lasting milled soap today, and become your own One-Person Posse of Sexy!
Blazing Saddles Milled and Handmade Soap
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ My favorite
“I have fallen in love with this soap and I'm not the one using it. My ol’ man gets out of the shower smelling like backwoods heaven. I love curling up with my face in his beard and breathing in some blazing saddles!” - Amy
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Wild Wild West
“If you want to smell like you just starred in a Western movie, Blazing Saddles is it. The scents of Gunpowder, Sagebrush and Sandalwood will leave you feeling fresh, free and tough. Kinda like Jack Palance’s character Curly in City Slickers!” - Hector G
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Love Blazin' Saddles
"This soap is great! My four year old daughter keeps trying to steal it (and the tiny chickens, too!)" - Richard T.