Not Soap, Radio Goes Greek

I'll admit it, I was in a sorority in college. Not the most active member (by far) of Theta Phi Alpha, I've chalked it up to another life experience, but it would have made my life much easier if these oh-so-adorable products from Not Soap, Radio were available back then (don't ask when that was, please!). 

The first and only bath and body collection to be Greek Licensed, a portion of every net sale goes directly to support each specific chapter’s national headquarters. All of the products in the collection are unique to each sorority, either Greek lettered, illustrated with their colors and mascots, or, as in the perfumes, custom-blended scents using base notes from each sorority’s flower.

The Greek collection includes:

·         Kiss Kiss Lip Balms – all-natural, high-shine, candy-flavored clear gloss in lettered pots.
·         Mini Lettered Lip Gloss Trios – three mini glosses, all in neutral, anyone can wear them pinks, together in a perfectly portable plastic envelope that can be thrown in your bag, backpack, or suit case.
·         Mirrored, magnetized and lettered Face Palettes full of everything essential for lips, eyes, and cheeks. They can take you from home to class to the library to a formal to a business meeting to Paris and beyond.
·         Roll-On Floral Perfumes – each is unique and incorporates the actual sorority flower along with several under and top notes of florals, vanilla, musks and other fabulous scents.
·         Mascot-labeled Shimmering Body Lotion, Glycerin Soap, and Happy Hour Lip Glosses
·         Greek also offers the perfect gift for all occasions.  Show your big or little just how fabulous she is with You’re The Best Big Sister and You’re The Greatest Little Sister lip balms. The Bid Day Kit is the perfect way to say, “Congratulations and Welcome!”  Remind your mother and friends of their sorority days with The Spa Kit!  Other kits include The Essentials Kit and The Kiss ‘N Go Kit.

Prices range from $6-$45 and products are available online at


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