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Baudelaire Soaps

Toolbox for Your Bath

Mom always praised the benefits of a good scrub when we were kids. Now we call it exfoliating (the French call it gommage), but the benefits are the same. Exfoliation buffs away dead skin cells and invigorates your entire body. Here are some great tools to get started. We found them at Baudelaire, a company in New Hampshire that’s all about body care.
Baudelaire Soaps
Baudelaire Soaps
Toolbox for Your Bath

Mom always praised the benefits of a good scrub when we were kids. Now we call it exfoliating (the French call it gommage), but the benefits are the same. Exfoliation buffs away dead skin cells and invigorates your entire body. Here are some great tools to get started. We found them at Baudelaire, a company in New Hampshire that’s all about body care.

Co-founders Joe Marks (left) and Dave Blistein scour the globe to find artisans who are passionate about creating high quality bath products. We're featuring their exfoliating bath set, which includes the company's signature sea loofa soap. It’s a vegetable-based soap that combines nourishing shea butter and exfoliating seaweed. The set also includes two Japanese-style cedar brushes. The 6-inch sisal nail brush is made with natural vegetable fibers, and the 13-inch bath brush has massaging knobs on one side and boar bristles on the other side for a good scrub.

While Baudelaire looks globally to import its product, the company thinks locally when it comes to philanthropy and community involvement. Joe and Dave donate revenue and products to regional healthcare and education initiatives, and they encourage employees to volunteer. They also use recyclable materials (even collecting and reusing packing peanuts) wherever possible. For men and women, the choice to use Bauldelaire’s bath products is one you can feel good about… in more ways than one.