Just when you thought IKEA already carried everything you could ever possibly want to buy, you go back and find that you can now purchase douchecrème.
Fine, fine, call it shower gel if it makes you feel better. I actually wanted to buy the exfoliating kind, because the Dutch name printed on the bottle (via French of course) was "peeling douche," but the instructions said to use it two times a week, max. I figure that goes for Elizabeth too.
They also have a great big long bar of soap that's segmented, like a Hershey bar, so you break off the individual bars. Its label reads:
barra de jabón
I can't identify all those languages for sure, but I can tell you that the Danish call shower gel "bodyshampoo." This is very logical and straightforward, and exactly what you'd expect from a people that make such excellent use of cherries and cream cheese.
Another thing I learned during our excursion yesterday is that "DSL" refers to something else besides an alternative to cable.
IKEA: is there anything it can't do?