A few months ago, I had just left the Mid Manhattan library branch when I decided to walk to the CVS for some water, and I passed by a new store I hadn’t seen before, Astro Gallery of Gems. It’s a pretty astonishing store.
In a basket on the counter were what looked like giant gemstones. Except they smelled amazing. They were Soap Rocks!
Soap Rocks are glycerin soap, infused with natural elements of the earth such as Aloe, Calendula, Chamomile, Comfrey, Lavender, Vitamin E, Jojoba Oil, Olive Oil, and Almond Oil. Made naturally, and by hand, these stone shaped soaps are original and one of a kind.
Stunningly beautiful, with heavenly aromas they will make your bathroom look and smell fantastic. They even have a line of soaps that look like wood. Don’t like scent? There’s fragrance free version that will get you clean while looking precious.
If you live in New York you can pick them up at
Astro Galley of Gems
417 5th Ave Between E38th and E 37th
Or you can win a box of Soap Rocks from Bridgette Raes!
Leave a comment below saying why you want to try Soap Rocks and you could win! Oak Manor Fragrances has agreed to give an assortment of soaps to one lucky winner.
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Soap Rocks sound really neat! I like to use more natural products on my skin and my 2 children, so these would be wonderful 🙂
I’m trying to be healthier inside and out after a bout with antibiotics messed up my system.
They look like they’d be decorative AND add to the spa feeling of the master bath in my guest suite. I love to spoil my guests!
These look amazing! Would love to try Soap Rocks! 🙂
Sounds divine. Already a fan of jojoba & almond oil alone. Would love to try.
I love,love, love new things. And done into essential oils,and soaps right now
Congrats Mindi! You won the soap. email me your mailing addy to firstname.lastname@example.org
Yeah! Emailing you my information in a few minutes.
I’ve had these on my wish list for years but never pulled the trigger. Would be nice for our guest bath 🙂
It would be fun to place these by the sink in my classroom during our geology unit.