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Not what they seem...

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I just had to share these with you. Not only do they smell great but they have zero calories....

They are soaps but don't they look like the real thing!


Ils sont fabuleux.....


L x

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  1. What a lovely blog you have. I love all things French. Those soaps are so real! I couldn't be able to resist taking a bite off while tub soaking!

    Have a happy Sunday!

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  2. I would never, in a million years realised they were soaps. How original, far too pretty to use!

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  3. I love these! I saw them on other blog and when I went to get some, poof, they were all gone!!

    xxoo

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  4. How cute those are. I was licking my lips before I read your words, they could really fool someone!

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  5. How cute to have balanced in a pretty teacup by the sink or tub! Trish

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  6. I thought I was at Luadree (sp)...I couldn't get in there while I was in Paris the line was so long the Hubs wouldn't wait, so I just had to dream about how good they must have tasted...I better order some! Thank you

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  7. I know I would like them better than the real deal 'cause I've only tried them once at our lil paris cafe called Le Petit Paris and I wasn't impressed. Especially for the price! But they sure are pretty lil things.

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  8. Those are adorable! I can just imagine how good they smell. The colors are so sweet.

    xx, Michelle

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  9. fooled me

    ....beautiful ... a sugar free bath

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  10. The cutest soaps I have ever seen! Would love to have them in my house!

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  11. Just exactly what I need- an indulgence without the calories!!

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  12. I would put them in my fridge ...then hide ;-)

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  13. They could be a very dangerous prop indeed! Cute! ~Lili

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  14. I would eat them..regardless..they look too good..Rachaelx

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  15. What a cute idea! They look so gorgeous.

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  16. Lovely! They realy look like sweet French bisquits! Wanna bite! Did you see these already? http://www.romantic-soap.nl/ And no they're not mine!

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  17. they are soap? how lovely..

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  18. Now that is some fabulous looking soap! Love this!

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  19. They look so yummy, they must smell DIVINE!

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  20. These would put an interesting slant on Grandma's threats to wash one's mouth out with soap when the naughty words popped out. Not me of course, I didn't even know any naughty words until I was about 15.

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  21. they look deliciously fabulous!

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  22. These are the cutest! I have to get some!

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  23. WOW!!! I LOVE THEM!!! how fabulous!!

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