Halo Soap Is A Real Thing You Can Buy
Introducing Spartan Scrub, the soap to help heal your battle-worn skin.
Official Halo soap is on the way to celebrate launch of Halo Infinite and the 20th anniversary of the series. Dr. Squatch has announced a partnership with Halo for a limited-edition bar of soap called Spartan Scrub.
According to the soap company, Spartan Scrub will help you feel "energized, focused, and ready to take on any challenge in gaming or in life."
The soap itself is made with a "blend of herbs rooted in Halo lore to help condition and soothe battle-worn skin."
The description of the soap just keeps getting better. "Its unique exfoliating and skin soothing ingredients are all drawn from the Halo universe, including Sevenbark Root, Little John, and Bishop's Wort. The aroma was thoughtfully formulated with silver sage, yuzu and cedarwood, and its color inspiration is an ode to Spartan's Mjolnir green armor and the iconic master chief helmet orange visor," reads a line from its official description.
In reality, the soap is made from natural oils and sustainably sourced ingredients, the company says. Dr. Squatch subscribers can get the soap from October 29 for $6, while everyone else can buy it on November 1 for $8.
Believe it or not, this is not the first Xbox-oriented product for your body and skin. Before this, Xbox ANZ created Xbox body wash and deodorant in partnership with Lynx (known as Axe in the US) for people in Australia and New Zealand.
Halo Infinite launches on December 8 for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and PC. Microsoft is hosting a 20th anniversary livestream event on November 15 to celebrate two decades of Xbox and Halo.
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