Shopping for a Star Wars fan this holiday season? TikTok thinks they’ll love this gift

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When it comes to giving gifts that feel special and personal, most people will take all the help they can get. You’re probably full of ideas early in the season, but after shopping for a while you can start to feel a bit foggy.

If you need a gift for someone in your life who is a Star Wars diehard, you’re in the right place. While there’s certainly no shortage of Star Wars-themed products out there, not all of them feel fresh or unique.

That’s where TikTok comes in. The popular social media platform is great place to discover cool new products and that’s exactly how we stumbled upon the new Dr. Squatch Star Wars Soap. The brand just posted about it and the video is already a hit.

The Dr. Squatch Soap – Star WarsTM Collection, $38

Credit: Dr. Squatch

The Dr. Squatch Soap – Star WarsTM Collection includes four different soaps. Two represent the light side (Master Yoda and Obi-Wan Kenobi) and the other two represent the dark side (Darth Vader and Darth Maul). None of the soaps have harsh chemicals in them. Instead, they’re made with natural oils that are sustainably sourced.

Because this is the gifting season, there’s a very strong chance anything this cool will sell out. And given the sheer number of Star Wars fans combined with the number of people who love Dr. Squatch products, the Dr. Squatch Star Wars Soap is sure to be a hot commodity. Our advice? Buy it now while you can.

Worth noting, you can buy the soaps with the collector’s box for $38, or you can just buy the set of soaps for $32. If this is a gift, definitely get the box. The Star Wars lover in your life will undoubtedly treasure it.

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