dealsfree homemade soap for $0.00

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"The yardstick of civilization." Tyler Durden

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@elraphbo: I actually had to look up that "Fight Club" reference :)

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Nice! I was sent to a site for another free product. An offer without end. Don't apply for the free Johnson and Johnson. Just X out.

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I don't know about this... This looks like a pretty small operation; I don't think they'll be able to fulfill the flood of orders from all the Deals.Woot users.

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I didn't get a confirmation that my free bar of soap would be sent out; just got linked to another offer. Is anyone else sketched out by this? Can we confirm this offer is legit?

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I followed kev's advice and just x'd out of the Johnson and Johnson offer and there was 'Thank you! We will check your submission by hand and ship the soap sample within a week.'

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Did the same thing; X out.

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@dweitzman: the two others posters were correct. Once you X out of the johnson offer there was a thank you confirmation. I was a little baffles at first also.

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Darn, I thought it said free homemade SOUP.

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I went through the other offer until it said it was going to share my info with everyone by clicking OK...that was only on Johnson & Johnson. I'm looking forward to trying this..I have sensitive skin......It also reminded me I need to watch Fight Club again soon!

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Free homemade soap? Man, you hippies need to stop spending so much money on pot.

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Be careful with homemade soap. Some people do not cure it as long as they should before selling. There is a delicate process that some people don't understand. It can be dangerous to use soap before it has fully cured. Make sure you buy it from a reputable business.

*I grew up making soap for my mother's business and we still make it for ourselves. I do know what I am talking about.

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@calcmonkey:

If you're worried about it, touch your tongue to it. If it feels like putting your tongue on a battery, don't use it. If it just tastes like soap, it should be fine to use.

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How can soap be dangerous?

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What do the "wonderful scents" smell like?

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I didn't accept the J&J. Just what I don't need it more hand cream..

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@brandierr: If I recall chemistry correctly, soap is a byproduct of an interaction between a caustic and a base, like lye and fat. If the process isn't completed properly the remaining caustic material can react with the fat in your skin. It's actually how Drano works - the Drano turns the grease stuck in your pipes to soap, clearing the pipes. This reaction on your skin would likely not be preferable.

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I'm in to try...with one bar, what's the worst that could happen? Yeah, it could cause negative effects, but that's why it's only one bar...I would stop before anything major happened...

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As long as this is actual soap, and not “soap"

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We may single-handedly destroy this operation. Power to woot!

Filled out the form, Xed out of the J&J offer, no problem!

Don't know how I feel about them having my phone number, but if anyone calls I'll just ask for my number to be removed. Easy fix!

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Nice! I didn't get redirected when I signed up.

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@brandierr
You add peanut butter, a paper clip, and TNT ... >BLAM<, just like dynamite.

Blue soap ... mmmmm.

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Was not asked anything about J&J or given confirmation email.

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@cathycathy: @brandierr: Watch Fight Club. There is a good demonstration of this unfavorable reaction. More importantly I hope this soap is made with fat leftover from liposuctions also.

one artists interpretation: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uuiKJ0rRTAo

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I signed up for one, if it is bad, I will stop using it.

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...I got mine on a free homemade rope!

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@brandierr: Not dangerous exactly, but soap that has not completed the saponification process with a proper cure (mine eight weeks) can in varying degrees burn the skin As described by another poster on page two, true soap (not generally available in grocery stores) requires lye to be combined w/ fats and/or oils. If the soap is not left to cure for a long enough period of time, a small amount of residual lye can be present in the bars and can cause a chemical burn to the skin. ALL soapmakers know this and unless they are completely irresponsible would never offer a bar that was not completely cured. So if you're ever worried about whether or not a handmade bar of soap is fully cured... give it the taste test as another poster mention. If it tastes like soap... great.... battery???? Let it set for a month, then enjoy ;D

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How can they afford it? It's probably a very small sample of soap. I make my own soap, but I'm in for one!

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I'm in, got an Aveeno popup, with a thanks you... on the main page

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I submitted my information for this sample months ago and it has never come...

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@nina83080: Same here. Has anyone out there received this?

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'we will check your submission by hand and ship the soap sample within a week'. Who says 'check your submission by hand? This seems weird to me.

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Still haven't seen this. I'm pretty convinced this was a scam, as nobody here has reported receiving it. I'm going to alert the woot staff.