Soap and Glory - The Whole Glam Lot


Soap and Glory have always been one of my favourite skincare brands and they are one of the only brands that I have repurchased multiple products over and over again without hesitation. Their products not only look fantastic in their vintage style packaging, but they also smell fantastic and leave my skin feeling silky and smooth. Whenever my body needs a deep cleanse or a pampering session, Soap and Glory remain my go-to products.

Every Christmas Soap and Glory bring out a special Star Gift at Boots consisting of all their best products and this years star gift is 'The Whole Glam lot' - a suitcase full of Soap and Glory goodies worth £60 for only £30.  The suitcase features: a 500ml bottle of Sugar Crush body wash, a 200ml Scrub of your life body buffer, a large 300ml tub of The Righteous Butter, 500ml of Smoothie Star Deep Moisture body milk, 125ml body of Hand Food hand cream, a 350ml 3-in-1 Daily Detox Vitamin C Facial Wash, 50ml Speed Plump day cream, a 'Thick and Fast' mascara, Sexy Mother Pucker in Rose & Shine and last, but definitely not least, a Hand Maid antibacterial cleansing gel.



















All of the included products are full sized and will easily last you several months, making the £30 investment worthwhile. My favourite products are Smoothie Star because it smells so wonderful, it is one of those products that you would wish was edible, the Vitamin C facial wash as it is my go-to product first thing in the morning and it leaves my skin feeling squeaky clean and Scrub of your Life, which really helps exfoliate all my dry skin and leaves my skin feeling soft and smooth. Thick and Fast is a really underrated eye mascara, it is far better than the Chanel and MAC eye mascaras that I own.

The Soap and Glory - Whole Glam Lot is available online or in-store only at Boots.

Have you purchased this Soap and Glory set?

*Contains press samples


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