MyKirei Soap

TikTok Freaked Out Over This Flower Stamp Hand Soap — and It Just Got Even Cuter

The original has been out of stock for ages.
By Nina Huang
Jul 22, 2021 @ 4:47 pm
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Gone are the days when Instagram flatlays determined the trends of the season. Gen Z and TikTok have all but taken over, driving the world to crop tops, butt crack leggings, bike shorts, and "magic" makeup setting sprays that — as much as many of us non-Gen Z-ers try our hardest not to admit — simply work. It makes sense to be skeptical when unexpected fashion trends pop up on TikTok, but when something that goes viral on the site is as adorable as MyKirei's Yuzu Flower Foam Hand Soap, it's hard not to drop your suspicions.

"It works!" TikTok creator @jushy yelled in a now-viral video about MyKirei's soap, which pumps out foam in an aww-worthy flower shape that, as the video shows, brings pure joy alongside cleanliness. The TikTok video has since gone viral, racking up more than 20 million views and promptly selling out the flower-stamp soap. 

Although it's currently still out of stock (and sells out pretty much the second it comes back), the MyKirei soap's fans have another option to shop in the meantime. The brand has launched a new shape for its hand soap that pumps out a fluffy paw shape instead of a flower, and better yet, it's still available at Amazon for $18 for a single bottle or $13 for a refill pack for those who already have the bottle and pump.

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Shop now: $18; amazon.com

Don't mistake MyKirei's soap for something that's all style and no substance. A reviewer, among hundreds on Amazon who gave the Yuzu flower soap five stars, wrote that the soap is gentle enough for sensitive skin and smells "light, floral, crisp and refreshing." Although the foam stamp might seem like a gimmick at first, many reviewers have noted that it's actually a great way to entice people to keep washing their hands and opt for buying refills instead of a whole new bottle of soap when they run out.

And like any good hand soap worth snapping up, MyKirei's doesn't dry out skin. "I was very pleasantly surprised when I pushed down (twice) to get the foam to come out, and not only is the flower cute but the foam is thick and luxurious and makes your hands feel totally moisturized after you wash them," said another reviewer. "The smell is very pretty and not overpowering at all. My teenager loves it too and is now finally washing her hands more like she was supposed to."

The paw print soap is nearly identical to the flower version, only differing in the shape that its soap nozzle pumps out. It's probable that the paw shape will sell out as fast as the flower option did, so shop it at Amazon ASAP.