It’s Just A Little Crush.

Sugar-crush

 

Soap and Glory; I’ve said it so many times that this brand is just one I love. The girlyness of the pale pink, the witty funny names, the pin up girl packaging, and the amazing smelling ingredients used within each product, it’s just very me. So here’s my 3 favourite Soap and Glory goodies I’ve loved in August!

1- Sugar Crush. This smells good enough to eat! I wouldn’t recommend you do, but I wouldn’t blame you if you did. It has so many ingredients that are great for skin, and leaves your skin feeling soft and supple. You only have to use a small amount to scrub a decent sized area, so this will last you for ages.

 

SOAP AND GLORY BODY BUTTER2- The Righteous Butter – A sweet smelling, non greasy, creamy moisturiser that leaves your skin feeling kissably soft all day, just apply onto damp skin and let the moisture sink in. This is my favourite moisturiser I’ve ever tried on my skin to date, and I’m going to really struggle to try another one and like as much as I do this.

 

 

 

 

 

 

SOAP AND GLORY HAND FOOD

 

3. Hand Food – I’ve bigged up this product before in my skin care essentials post, but this month I’ve bought my supply of hand food in a handy pump rather than a tube. It leaves my hands so ridiculously soft and contains so many ingredients that are good for you skin such as Shea butter and macadamia oil, as well as some ingredients that are good for well… just being good like marshmallow! Warning this product contains marshmallow…

 

 

 

 

“Be your own kind of beautiful”



  • Novellette

    I’ve heard so many good things about this brand and now I am determined to try it :) Thanks and nice post!

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    • Becca

      Thank you! (Sorry for the delay I’ve been on holiday) Definitely do try them, they smell so nice and they make your skin so soft! They’re like magic! Let me know what you think when you do try them :) x


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