Harry’s Soap Review – Fantastic & Affordable

So…Harry’s Makes Razor Blades & Now Soap

Harry’s makes razors; we all know this. That is where this review comes in. To see if their soap is worth getting in my Harry’s Soap Review – Is It Any Good. I will be highlighting the good and the bad to paint the most honest picture for my readers. But now Harry’s also makes other grooming products that maybe you didn’t know about.

So, let’s get into the weeds…shall we?

Full Disclosure

I am an affiliate of Harry’s, as I have recently just joined. I will earn money at no additional charge if you click and purchase through links on this page. I pride my website on bringing honesty and actually using the products I review. I highlight all features of the products I review, both negatives and positives. I purchased the soap with my own money in this review.

What Is Harry’s Soap?

All of Harry’s Soap comes in 4-ounce bars of white soap with no added dyes to them. The soaps are vegan and have no sulfates or preservatives in them. They have palm oil in them, but it is a sustainable palm oil. They have six scents to choose from.

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Soaps Available At Harry’s

Currently, at the time of writing this review, there are a total of six different scents to choose from with their bars of soap.

  • Stone – Cool, Fresh, Citrusy
  • Shiso – Bright, Herbal, Earthy
  • Redwood – Brisk, Sharp, Woodsy
  • Fig – Rich, Warm Juicy
  • Grove – Lush, Zesty, Lively
  • Wildlands – Crisp, Clean, Serene.
six soaps in boxes
I purchased six soaps for this review.

What Are The Ingredients Used?

Sodium Palm Kernelate, Water/Aqua/Eau, Sodium Palmate, Potassium Palm Kernelate, Palm Kernel Acid, Fragrance/Parfum, Glycerin, Potassium Palmate, Sodium Gluconate, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Titanium Dioxide, Sodium Chloride, Palm Acid, Menthol, Benzyl Salicylate, Limonene, Linalool

My Experience & Opinions Using Their Soaps

Right freaking away, and I mean almost instantly, you get a fantastic lather.

Boom! Rich, thick lather. Who doesn’t want that? It’s a “lather-er” people.

rich white lather from soap
With Harry’s Bar Soap, you get instant, rich, creamy lather!

I love this; it is a great feature in a soap bar. The soap also doesn’t dry out your skin either. It actually leaves it softer. So, it must be gentler on your skin. I also experience no residue on my skin from the soap.

I love or like all the scents, too. There is not one that I hate or dislike. So, Harry’s, you nailed the scents, and they have a good mixture of available scents, too. The scents are not overly powerful either; they’re present and accounted for, but do not beat your nose up. The fragrances are well-blended and balanced.

This is a harder-density soap, which I prefer as you typically get a longer lifespan than softer-density soap that melts away quickly.

This is some good soap and not your average typical bar of soap. This has some quality to it. The price point is, I would say, average, as I have seen worse soap sell for double the price. So, Harry’s comes through with a good quality soap just like their razors, all for a price that doesn’t rape your wallet.

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Harry’s lineup of different scented soaps.
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My Favorite Scent Of Harry’s Soap

My favorite soap from Harry’s is Redwood. I am a complete sucker for a good sandalwood scent, and this smells great and woodsy.

My next favorite is Stone, as it is very fresh-smelling and enjoyable. But I like all of their scents.

Pros & Cons


  • Amazing lather!!! Right away, this forms a great lather.
  • It leaves my skin feeling softer after using it.
  • Great scents! I like or love all of their scents. I hate nothing.
  • The scents are not overpowering. The scents are there but not totally in your face, if you know what I mean.
  • It is a very affordable price for a bar of soap. Prices change a lot, and I don’t have the time to keep up with posting new prices, but it is currently around $3.00 for a bar of soap.
  • The design of the soap is made so it is easier to grip and to allow for easier drying of the soap as the bottom of the soap is indented allowing the soap to not sit in water and to easily dry.
  • Made in the USA.
  • It is made with sustainable palm oil.
  • No sulfates, preservatives, or dyes.
  • Their soap page does a good job of explaining the different scents available.
  • A dense bar of soap that shouldn’t melt away in the shower in a week.
  • No residue.
  • 1% of Harry’s sales go to nonprofits providing mental health care services to men in need. Great!!!
  • You can sign up for Harry’s Membership ($15/year) and save 10% plus a lot of other features.
  • Harry’s provides a unique scent profile.


  • Avoid buying Harry’s Soap from Amazon. As I see, the soap is mislabeled at 5 ounces, and the price seems higher than Harry’s Website. This is probably a reseller on Amazon and not Harry’s.
  • It seems a bit smaller than a typical bar of soap. Coming in at 4 ounces is probably why, as most soaps are slightly bigger.
hand holding bar of soap
I am holding Harry’s Soap. This soap surprised me as being a great bar of soap.

Tips & Questions

How Long Does A Bar Of Harry’s Soap Last?

Depending on how much you use it, it should last a good month to a month and a half if you use it once every day.

Is Harry’s Soap Organic?

No, I can not find anywhere saying it is organic.

Can Women Use Harry’s Soap?

Yes, I don’t see why not. As long as you enjoy the scents, there should be no problem. A note on the scents: while made for men, I don’t see a real problem with women having any issues with the fragrances.

Is Harry’s Soap Vegan?

Almost everything at Harry’s is vegan except for the Texturizing Putty, which contains lanolin.

Is Harry’s Soap Good For Sensitive Skin?

In general, I think Harry’s Soap would be suitable for sensitive skin, but everyone is different, and it would be hard to make a blanket statement for all people.

If you are really concerned or have super sensitive skin, I would suggest taking a look at Bend Soap. Bend Soap is made from goat’s milk (known to help skin problems) and has one of the best lists of ingredients (all-natural) I’ve seen. It is a super high-quality soap that has a great price, too. You can read more about it here: Bend Soap Company Goat Milk Soap Review.

Does Harry’s Soap Have Exfoliants?

No, Harry’s Soaps currently do not have any exfoliants added to them. But they do have an Exfoliating Face Wash if you want to try that out.

If you are looking for the best exfoliant washcloth for that extra scrubbing power, try the Salux. I’ve tried most of them, and Salux nails the texture of this shower washcloth perfectly. Get it and be happy.

I have written a full, in-depth review: Salux Washcloth Review – You Need This Shower Towel?

The Final Thoughts On Harry’s Soap Review

Harry’s delivers a pretty darn good soap here, and I enjoyed the lather and the soap not drying out my skin—the scents I found all likable or loveable. There is not much negativeness here, and that is a good thing.

For a very, very decent price, Harry’s delivers you a quality bar of soap that is sure to please.

six bars of boxed soaps
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Any questions or comments?

2 thoughts on “Harry’s Soap Review – Fantastic & Affordable”

  1. Based on its recent ( Nov. ’23) absense at retailers (and on the Harry’s home page), it appears that Harry’s bar soap is being removed from sale at major retailers. Also the overall product line seems to have shrunken significantly.

    Is this related to the FTC vetoing the Harrry’s / Schick merger plans?

    • Michael,
      I still see the Harry’s Bar Soap is still listed on their website. I would have to disagree to me it looks lie they are expanding their product line from the last time I visited their website. As far as retailers go, I don’t know about that but thanks for the information.


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