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Materials: Dangaster Solewasser, Coconut, Olive oil, Rapeseed oil, Ursalz, Healing slick, Castor oil, Perfume, OrganicSunflower oil
well, a lot of people ask themselves that. Is the Wadden Sea, World Heritage Site. It's probably because there's a lot going on in the mudflats. From microorganisms to seals. But you also know that there is a small mythical world in the mudflats. Right here in Jadebusen. Some of them I have already reported at this point, some are a secret that I now want to reveal.
It is said that small creatures are hidden around the lighthouse or just before or behind it. These guard the plug for the tides in the Wadden Sea. Because there, no one knows this so well, he hides. Whenever there is low water, one of the little creatures pulls the plug. The water drains and remains gone for some time.
But how does the water come back into the jade bushes and how .....? Quite simply, the plug is plugged back in and schwubdiwub we have a lot of water in the jade bust. So a simple and simple explanation. Mmmmh will say some very clever people, there was something with the moon, the sea and the attraction. This is for people without imagination who always need a scientific explanation. But we here at Jadebusen know better.
Because here lives a small people who take care of these matters. Tiny, pink, pink, sometimes a little different, the wadden romps around the plug. We haven't really seen it yet, but conjectures make this picture a reality:
The Wattschein is a small animal that bears little resemblance to a domestic pig. Some claim that the pig of Rudi his grandpa is once briefly out of the way and has paired with a pig-like girl in the jade bust. It can be, but it cannot be, because the wadden pigs have been native to the jade bus for several centuries, if not millennia. But the possibility of a union of these two races could exist, because, one never knows what happens so around and in the jadebusen.
The fact is, the wadden pigs feed on strawberry jam. Really now and there is evidence. Has any of you ever seen a mudflat hiker with a jam bread, never and never. But many mudflat hikers who look like little wadden pigs. There are. Simple explanation is the following. The wadden pigs have weathered the guest. He was eating a jam sandwich, or he had strawberry jam for breakfast. They smell this scent miles away and try to get to the jam with cunning and trickery.
With one reason to finally restore our secret wadof soap recipe.
On weekends... it is finally available:
Probably the rarest soap ever: pig soap
We had been in the soap mine and were able to beat a few pieces out of the hard rock in a remote tunnel:
The special thing about her..? Well, it's a wash-up of cotton soap
which naturally smells of strawberry
What else would wadhogs want to wash themselves?
Content like our good cotton soap, of course palm oil free and really nice and pleasant lysmells of strawberry and naturally pink.
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508 reviews5 out of 5 stars
This will be a gift. I'm already looking forward to the shining eyes.
She judge wonderfully!
I'm sure I'll shop here again.
I like to give it away - it's very well received!
Great soap and has also been very well received as a gift
Very nice soap, gladly again
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