Released in 1990, the Super Famicom system is Japan's version of the Super Nintendo. This tribute soap looks just like the popular Final Fantasy VI cartridge.
What more could you possibly want in life?
Scented with vanilla select fragrance oil.
My soap is not only decorative, but functional as well. It makes guests squint at your bathroom counter and complements a gamer lifestyle. The mild ingredients make your hands soft.
Made by the original inventor of gamer, gadget, tech and geek soap, DigitalSoaps.
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❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ ❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ HOLIDAY SHIPPING SCHEDULE: ❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ Thank you for choosing DigitalSoaps this holiday season! From September through December, your order may take up to 10 days to ship. Please take this into account, along with additional transit times, when placing your order. DEADLINES for holiday orders: Domestic (within the U.S.): The last day for guaranteed Christmas delivery is Dec. 11. Because this is a general estimate, the deadline is subject to change. Please refer to the home page (www.digitalsoaps.etsy.com) for updates. International (outside the U.S.): Due unpredictable delivery times associated with international delivery, I recommend ordering no later than NOV. 15 for holiday delivery. Orders placed later may still arrive in time, but it is not guaranteed. ❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ ❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ ❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ ❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ ❇ ❈ ❅ ❄ ❆ ❇ ❈ · Coconut Oil
· Palm Oil
· Safflower Oil
· Glycerin (kosher, of vegetable origin)
· Purified Water
· Sodium Hydroxide (saponifying agent)
· Sorbitol (moisturizer)
· Sorbitan Oleate (emulsifier)
· Soy Bean Protein (conditioner)
· Titanium Dioxide (mineral whitener used in opaque soaps)
· Fragrance and color
About DigitalSoaps and founder Chrystal Doucette:
I invented soap shaped like video game controllers and other electronics on a whim. My soap is the first to communicate with subcultures of gamers and geeks. I haven't seen anything like it and I haven't seen gamers this excited about soap.
When I was younger, my dad took me to Computer City. A trip highlight included the chocolate 5.25-inch floppy disks the store sold. With a desire to relive my past, I checked online to see if anyone still sold the chocolate disks. I didn't find any. But during my research, I found plenty of chocolate molds shaped like electronics. This discovery sparked the idea of making soap. I was already a fan of handmade soap, so the two ideas merged well.
My first video game-themed soap, a PlayStation 2 replica controller, received so much attention, I decided to start making more video game controller replicas. I was able to leave the 24-7 world of news reporting for a much more zen existence. When you buy a soap from me, you are supporting a small business and you are supporting the original artist of these types of soaps.
Each product is made in my home. I remain committed to using only high quality, vegan ingredients in my soap.
You can find my soaps covered in Computer idee (Netherlands), GamePro, GamesMaster (German), GEE Magazine (German), Forbes.com, Micro Hebdo (French) Wired UK, WonkaVision. Photos of the articles can be viewed at: http://www.facebook.com/pages/DigitalSoaps/205525062068?v=photos&ref=ts#!/album.php?aid=226187&id=205525062068&ref=pb