There is a brand that seems to be making quite an impact with bloggers and beauty editors in the know. The Soap and Glory line, created by Marcia Kilgore who founded Bliss Spa, is all witty puns, kitsch pin up girls and surprisingly effective products.
Despite the kooky retro packaging, Soap and Glory’s products deliver results twice as good as other brands but at half the price – almost all their products score an impressive 5 stars on Boots.com. Even my sensitive and eczema prone skin loves it!
Here is the must have list from the brand everyone is talking about…
If you’re getting ready for a night out, Soap and Glory’s One Night Tanned (£9) is sure to make you a bronzed goddess. It’s faintly shimmery, and unlike a lot of tanning products on offer, is a cream rather than a liquid. Apply with a mitt to make sure you get an even and subtle glow.
Soap and Glory’s hand cream Hand Food is said to be the best in the world. The non-greasy formula is guaranteed to make your hands feel super smooth. Stock up on the 125ml (£5) and layer on before bed and be sure to keep the 50ml (£2.50) one in your handbag to keep your hands silky smooth all day!
Soap & Glory’s The Ultimelt Deep Purifying Hot Cloth Cleanser (£10) may not look elegant but is a great alternative to the more expensive brands. So if you feel like grabbing a bargain, or if you are just mixing up your cleansers (apparently the way to keep your skin ultra fresh and squeaky clean is to keep your skin on its toes) then why not give this a go?
Finding a concealer you can rely on without breaking the bank is a lot harder than it should be. But Soap and Glory does an excellent job with its Kick Ass Concealer – for £10 it really delivers an airbrush finish, especially good for dark circles.
If getting rid blackheads are a problem for you Soap & Glory The Greatest Scrub of All (£9) promises to do the trick. The fun packaging of this exfoliator houses a great product containing salicylic acid which will help prevent blocked pores.
Finally Soap & Glory continues to impress with their Thick & Fast Collagen Mascara (£10.50). It’s one of the best drugstore mascaras I’ve tried and one swoop of the wand gives a really bold look – for extra volume curl your lashes before applying.
Good things are also being said about their subtle bronzer Glow Out Face Powder (£11), so I’ll definitely be buying that soon and report back.
Have you tried any Soap and Gory products? What have your favourites been?