Girl: This relationship’s run dry.
Soap: [Slips from the girl’s embrace.]
Girl: For years, I put up with the moisture stripping. I need someone to make me feel soft and supple, like Jacq’s.
Soap: Jacq’s Organics, the skin care line Barbara Jacques started after leaving carcinogenic ingredients behind when she was pregnant?
Girl: What you can’t give me, Jacq’s aloe juice and shea butter ingredients can — especially its new Sweet Rose soap, shea butter moisturizers, and body washes.
Soap: So that explains the scents of chocolate, honey, mango and macadamia nut butters, and French rose clay I’ve been smelling.
Girl: I needed something free of parabens, sulfates, and cheap fillers. And the shea was so good. I just couldn’t stop.
Soap: I suppose you’ll tell me it quenched your skin; tamed your hair’s frizzy ways; and soothed your dry, chapped lips.
Girl: It’s time I come clean.
Photo: Courtesy of Jacq’s Organics