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Soap in St. Lucia

I'm a sucker for Island lotions and potions but have to say that the Sulphur Soap from St. Lucia is amazing!  It cures winter dry itchy skin like no other.  I bought the Black Soap (which I haven't tried yet) and the Sulphur Soap - two for $5.

Do you have a product you have bought in a port that was awesome - what was it?


14 Answers

Contributor Level: Captain

Try pine tar soap.  Grandpas Pine Tar Soap.

Contributor Level: Staff Captain

I always get aloe lotion in Aruba. It's the best.

Contributor Level: Captain

Can't wait to go back to St. Lucia for more soap - love it!

Contributor Level: Captain

Orange tequila in Cozumel.Wink

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Contributor Level: Captain

My sister always bring back soap from Hawaii that she finds is great for her dry skin.

Contributor Level: Admiral

Rum Cake that I purchased in the islands and brought home for all my relatives.

Contributor Level: Captain

My wifey bought me some soap in Hawaii. I must admit it is very nice.

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Yum that sounds good.  When I finally do a Caribbean cruise I will make sure to ask everyone here what the best itinerary is and what I should be looking to purchase. 


Anyone here ever done the fish manicure on one of the Caribbean Islands?

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I saw a lot of people doing it in CABO but with a lot of the health risks loudly warned against recently, I pass on that concept.


One of many articles: The tiny toothless carp that nibble away dead, callused skin from the feet of salon customers undergoing fish pedicures may carry bacteria responsible for a variety of dangerous skin and soft tissue infections, British scientists reported today.


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