People absolutely swear by this ‘intoxicating’ $65 hand soap: ‘It sells out constantly’

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Is $65 a price you’d be willing to pay for a bottle of hand soap? If the answer is “yes,” you’re not alone. And if the answer is “hell no,” you might want to check out these reviews of a handsoap by Byredo before you rush to a decision.

BYREDO’s Suede Hand Wash has created quite a bit of a fanbase for itself, earning a 4.7-star rating on Nordstrom’s website.

Customers seem to adore the pricey soap for its feel and signature smell, referring to the scent — which includes notes of pear, bergamot, fresh aldehydes and hints of lily of the valley and violet — as “light and refreshing” and “luxurious and decadent.”

SHOP: BYREDO Suede Hand Wash, $65

Credit: Nordstrom

“The other reviews are right – this stuff smells AMAZING, and the scent lingers a bit too,” one happy purchaser wrote. “I think something in this formulation, maybe the aldehydes, makes the scent stronger in a non-overpowering way. Not surprised that it sells out constantly!”

“My favorite hand soap of all time,” said another. “Yes, it’s expensive but that smell is amazing and it leaves your hands silky soft – so important when you are having to wash them all the time. I know it sounds sad but I actually look forward to using this. I wish Byredo did Suede perfume too!”

Head over to Nordstrom’s website to snag your own bottle.

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