In a town teeming with Hoyas, Terps, and Colonials, it’s just your luck that the guy in the next cube is a proud alum of PU.
Give him a crash course in hygiene with the help of 8th Street Soap Kitchen, a local company that creates cold-process soaps from scratch.
Clean queen Jenny Isaacs grows her own herbs and uses essential oils to make the bars from ingredients like cedar, balsam, and lavender.
Not one to exclude the animal kingdom, Isaacs also makes a variety that cleans dogs, as well as humans.
She named her Brooklandia bar (a blend of dandelions and holy water) after her District neighborhood, a move meant to inspire freshness in area locales.
Or, for that matter, the one next door.
Available online at 8thstreetsoap.com.