CAFFEINE SOAP

BY MONICA DOBIE
US-company called ThinkGeek could make busy workers forget that early morning coffee by introducing a product called ShowerShock, a soap that washes whilst delivering a dose of caffeine. The soap is not eaten, but absorbed through the skin by lathering up and, voila, instant buzz. Shower Shock is an all-vegetable based glycerine soap with no ethanol, diethanolamine, polyethylene glycol or cocyl isethionate included.

It is scented with peppermint oil and infused with caffeine anhydrous. Each bar of ShowerShock contains approximately 12 ...


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