October 30, 2007 in Everything Else
A month ago, when talking about Metronation’s new signature line of candles and soaps we said,
The soap is made from "french-milled goat’s milk", the candle from a soy blend. Wonder how french-milled goat’s milk is different than regular goat’s milk? Yeah, us too – but it sounds better, doesn’t it?
Well, when we stopped in the store the other day, George at Metronation was all too eager to tell us what exactly that difference is. Apparently, french milling rids the soap of air, making a dense soap that keeps its form and doesn’t goop all over your soap tray. Pretty cool…and it goes to show what we know (not much).
If you have your heart set on some french-milled goat’s milk soap or one of their signature fragrance candles (which we highly recommend), make sure to tell the staff. The signature series had to be moved to the backroom to make room for Metronation’s Christmas gear (yes, it is that time already).