The frangipani soap from Key West Aloe is left in most of the bathrooms of the inns and hotels in Key West. I always buy a 6-pack of travel size soaps to bring home with me because I feel like it kind of extends my Key West vacation a little. The smell will always makes me think of Key West.
They're re-doing the shop right now so the temporary shop is on Front Street, but the actual shop is, I think on Caroline. They have added face creams and vanilla soaps and all kinds of stuff to the line in the past few years.
What to buy: Frangipani soap.
What to pay: $7-$20
This is the most fun little shop! It is next to Blue Heaven so you can stop on the way out from breakfast. You'll be able to find vintage dish cloths, fantastic soaps and lotions. They've got pretty postcards and a big Kiehls counter. If you're a girl and you're a products junkie, then you will LOVE this boutique.
What to buy: Island print placemats, unique soaps & lotions, jewelry, photo frames, postcards.
What to pay: $50