Throw out all those flowery soaps and start washing with essence of top soil, cut grass and even beer if you're keen to smell manly.
Adam Anderson is so fed up with what he calls "girly scented soaps" that he has come up with his own rather quirky range called Man Hands.
The 27-year-old, who hails from Nebraska, USA, hadn't made soap in his life before, but after researching his idea for a few weeks, he had produced his first batch in his kitchen.
"I sat back and thought about what were some of the world's favourite smells?" he told the Daily Mail.
"Things like bacon and fresh cut grass and even buttered popcorn."
The soap includes coconut oil, palm oil, glycerine, Propylene Glycol and fragrance.
The product description on Gadgets and Gear tells men to "leave the girly scents for the fairer sex."
For $6.95 (about R61.70) for a cake of Man Hands, men can choose from 19 manly scents that include brewed coffee, baseball glove, red wine and even urinal mint.
In the comments section, one user exclaims, "I knew I wasn't the only guy that liked the smell of urinal mints... lol", while another added, "I would take the bacon smelling one, but I'm afraid the temptation of gnawing of my fingers would be too great..."
You can follow Man Hands on their Facebook page.