I highly doubt Matt Dillon or John Wayne smelled like Dolce & Gabbana Cologne. Chances are, our favorite cowboys and Western heroes smelled like these soaps by Outlaw Soaps. Oh you know, like a campfire, gunpowder, whiskey, and sagebrush.
Outlaw Soaps is the brand behind the natural soaps men (and women) can't stop raving about. These handmade soaps and cologne will remind you of the smell of campfire, cut grass, and everything else you love about the outdoors. See which body wash will make you smell tall, dark, and handsome.
Outlaw Soap, Lotion + Cologne
2. Outlaw The Gambler Bourbon-Inspired Milled Soap - The Luckiest Scent Around - Whiskey, Old-Fashioned Tobacco, and a Hint of Leather - Men's or Women's Bar Soap - 2 Pack
Consider this scent if you want to smell like whiskey, old-fashioned tobacco, and leather. A customer gave it five stars and said, "Love the smell and the fact that the soap lathers great and lasts such a long time."
Hair of the Dog will leave your body smelling similar to The Gambler, but with hints of coffee. Yummy!
5. Outlaw Calamity Jane Spicy Handmade Soap - Spicy and Sweet, Like a Legend - Whiskey, Clove, Orange, and a Little Cinnamon - Men's or Women's Bar Soap - 2 Pack
Ladies, here's the perfect scent for us. This soap smells like whiskey, orange, and a little cinnamon. This is the perfect wintertime soap.
A customer gave it a perfect rating and said, "I love this soap. I have been looking for a scent like this for years. It doesn't dry out my skin. I love the earthy scent of whiskey and clove. With the cinnamon shampoo that I use, it is nice to have something that compliments the scent rather than fighting with it."
Once summertime rolls around, you'll want to smell like juicy blackberries, fresh laundry, and just-cut grass.
"Lust in the Dust" says it all. This scent will ignite the passion of a Western desert romance.
Kiss dry skin goodbye and say hello to moisturized skin that smells like warm leather and gunpowder. Dad is going to love this!
Personal care is crucial. When you smell good, you feel good.
This post was originally published on December 31, 2020.