Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub, Body Wash and Body Lotion Review

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I am a huge fan of taking luxurious showers. Whenever I have the spare free time to really delve into my self-care routine, pampering myself with a nice bath/shower is always a must. I don’t know if I’m the only one, but I love spoiling myself with bath and body products I know I’ll love. I tried the Soap & Glory Sugar Crush body scrub , body wash, and body lotion so I am excited to share my thoughts on the three products!

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First of all, what really drew me to this brand was the design and packaging. I am a huge fan of pinks and purples, so this is very aesthetically pleasing to me. Even when the I’ve run out of product, I think I may still keep the bottles and tub just for show. It’s so pretty!

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I shared on my Instagram around a month ago that I was going to give a review of these products, so here it finally is!

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Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash

I had to get two of these, I was that obsessed with the smell. It has like a vanilla and coconut-like scent to it. Did my body smell like this after I used it? To be honest, no. I feel like this is only because I masked the scent with other products because I like to moisturize as soon as I get out of the shower. The scent reminded me of the smell you get off the Yes To coconut oil lotion, and it’s utterly divine.

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Soap & Glory’s super fresh Sugar Crush™ Body Wash (which doubles as bath bubbles) mixes mouth-watering kaffir limes, sparkling lemons, sweet vanilla musk and coconut oil. Energizing, revitalizing – it’s an instant wake up call for tired minds and bodies, with COOLCAPSULE™X to cool and refresh, radiance-boosting KIWI WATER JUICE, and a super creamy M-SUDS™ moisture-boosting base.

In terms of what this body wash has done for my skin, I feel like after using it, it made my skin more smooth. Of course the result will be different for everyone, so I do keep that in mind.

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Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub

I gotta say, after using this body scrub, my skin felt amazing. It was like super soft and all I wanted to do was touch my skin. You have to keep using the body scrub to see results so after like two weeks of religiously using this, my skin was really popping. Will I repurchase this? Hell, yeah. I have quite scaly feet when they’re not taken care of or if I don’t keep up a certain routine, and after using this, I don’t even need a routine anymore, just this. I am seriously fan-girling over this. Not to mention it smells amazing. There is literally no issue with this… only love.

Soap & Glory’s cult-classic Sugar Crush™ Body fuses freshly-squeezed sweet lime, sparkling lemons, sweet vanilla musk and almond oil, with sea salt, smashed brown sugar, glycerin and macadamia oils to leave your skin feeling smooth, supple, and sexy. Miraculous on dry legs, elbows (really – all over), it’s energizing, exhilarating, amazing!

I actually love it when brands use quirky and funny language in their product descriptions. Honestly, it makes me want to try them out more.

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Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Lotion

I was a bit disappointed with this. There was really nothing wrong with it, but because the body scrub and the body wash gave me such high expectations I expected this to be even better. Oh well, you know what they say – low expectations means no disappointment. This performed just as any other body lotion would, it’s moisturizing, yes. But did it do any of the things that it claimed to do in the product description? Sadly, no. The skin conditioning part really didn’t happen for me. Now these are my own personal opinions on how this performed on my body, someone else could have a completely different experience. It’s not like the lotion is terrible, it’s just lacklustre and underwhelming. I am failing to see what sets this body lotion apart from any of the €2 ones I can purchase in any drugstore. For the price to be £10, I don’t agree that it is worth it.

Soap & Glory’s mouthwatering, irresistible, moisturizing body lotion with AHA FRUIT COMPLEX, MOISTHAVE™ six skin conditioning oils plus KIWI WATERJUICE™. After washing with our SUGAR CRUSHBody Wash, lavishly deploy our lotion on still-damp skin

Maybe I’ll give another one of their body lotions a chance, but will I ever repurchase this? Nope.

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And that concludes my review on the Soap and Glory’s sugar crush products. I have a ton of more review posts up, if you’d like to check them out!

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18 thoughts on “Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub, Body Wash and Body Lotion Review

  1. I’ve always wanted to try out something from soap&glory! The body scrub sounds amazing. Unfortunately we can’t get soap and glory in Germany, so I’ll have to wait until I’m back in England.. loved reading this! S. xx

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  2. I use their Flake Away body scrub to exfoliate in the shower and prep my skin when I plan to self-tan and I love it. The smell pairs perfectly with their righteous butter (which I also love). I haven’t tried anything else from them but I may have to snag something during my next trip to ULTA! Thanks for sharing! xo

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  3. This sounds brill! I’ve never tried out Soap and Glory products but their branding has always seemed super cute! I love when products smell as good as they look so this post has definitely got me excited for my next trip to Boots!

    Sending you good vibes!

    Nati x | http://www.naticreates.com | @naticreates

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