Soap and Glory is the staple bathroom necessity for any home, and it's not just adorably packaged (Although the pink theme is too amazing to mention). After much debate in Boots over the two for three shelf, I decided to pick up my favourite products from the Soap and Glory range.
After a long day at work I decided to go for a nice long shower and pamper myself with all the wonderful goodies I had purchased and fell back in love with the range. I came out smelling like a mixture between a sweet shop and cookies, and as smooth as baby's butt.
So after my revelation, I thought I would share my favourites with you.
Sugar Crush - Fresh and Foamy Body Wash
Ignoring the fact that the packaging is candy striped and gorgeous, this is one of the sweetest smelling shower gels without that horrid overpowering scent that most candy smelling gels come with. The handy pump stops you from putting too much on, and makes it last forever! I swear that the bottle starts to degrade before you even finish the bottle.
The body wash smells of citrus and especially of limes which reminds me of the little bags of chocolate limes I used to devour as a kid and foams up amazingly in the shower. It doesn't dry out your skin, and trust me. When you are having a hazy morning or even hungover, this wakes you up completely and leaves you feeling refreshed.
Smoothie Star - Breakfast Scrub
Oh wow, if you have not tried this, then you have to. To start with, it smells of oat biscuits, which leaves your skin nice enough to eat, but it is called breakfast scrub for a reason. It completely revives your skin, as in, reveals a whole new layer. The granules buff away any muck from the day, and if you are anything like me, completely fascinate you. The consistency is both soft and rough, and is the easiest pampering item that you can use, with exactly zero effort.
Smoothie Star - Deep Moisture Body Milk
Now what is better to finish pamper session, than making your skin as smooth as ...milk. Not the saying you are used to, but trust me that you will never look back. Once again the smell reminds you of an oat smoothie, but this time, it leaves a gorgeous sheen on your skin.
If you are anything like me, then you are used to thick, gloopy consistency of cheaper moisturisers and butters, that once applied, make you feel like a basted turkey, but this is so light, you barely notice it is there.
Now, I know I am 100% a Soap and Glory fan, I do however have a few issues, and by a few, I mean one. Price. I completely agree that the item is worth more than they cost but with the average price being around £10, it isn't exactly accessible for everyone.
I know, that back in my college days I could barely afford to think of moisturiser, other than pay £10 for it. If it wasn't a necessity (Let me just confirm that chocolate was in fact one for me) then I couldn't get it. So, if it isn't in your price range then not to worry - there are plenty of dupes! Or, if you are like me, then wait for the three for two offers in boots.
However if you are looking for one that's high quality then I definantly recommend this range. It will be the best smelling decision you have ever made.
Please note that this is not a sponsored review, and that all items were purchased by myself. All photography is credit to Geran Walmsley, and editing by myself.