Do you use a cake of soap?

@boisson (256)
Hong Kong
August 29, 2009 1:52am CST
Nowadays, most people use liquid soap dispensers as they're fast and more hygienic. However, I feel that lathering my cake of soap is way more fun, and also gets me into a sort of calm mood (: Anyone else prefer solid of liquid soap? (: Feel free to share.
2 responses
@veejay19 (3592)
• India
29 Aug 09
Since childhood i have been using a cake of soap and there`s no reason why i should change it for liquid soap. The only time i use liquid soap is when i shampoo my hair once a week since shampoo is available in liquid form. I have never used liquid soap upto now and i guess i will stick to what i have been doing all this time.lol.
@boisson (256)
• Hong Kong
29 Aug 09
Hey there (: Thanks for replying and for the add. Somehow when I use a round cake of soap, it tickles when I rub it against my skin, so I mostly only use it for washing my hands.
@raclie (1734)
• Singapore
29 Aug 09
i dislike using a cake of soap. i feel it is very troublesome and most of the ones my parents use feels like they have alot of fats that makes your body feel really stickly or tense after you used them. liquid soap has more vireties and this allows me to choose what i want! however, i will be willing to try cakes of soap if there is one that feels absolute fantastic and when i have time to spare, in a big bathtub filled with fragrant water! :D any brands to recommand?
@boisson (256)
• Hong Kong
29 Aug 09
I use a brand called Dettol, which contains extracts from menthol (: It helps with counteracting the effects of Hong Kong's warm climate and also serves as a great wake-up call in the morning (: Thanks for your comment!