Saturday, 1 June 2013

Soap and Glory

This is going to be a bit of a vague and general overview type post - I just feel like it's time I talk about Soap & Glory.

It probably seems a bit odd to just want to do a whole post just talking about a brand, but it's come to my attention, more than once, that I've posted very rarely, about Soap and Glory and, considering they're one of my all time favourite brands, that seems totally wrong, especially as I love them so much that four of their miniatures feature in my Giveaway (HERE) as prizes as I want to help someone else discover, or develop, their joy of the brand too.

The reason I've not posted about them much is because I've not had many new things from them (I just use what's in my, already huge, collection) and as I've had newer products following Christmas and my birthday they've been the natural things to post about - I do want to do a series of posts, though, about various products from S&G; what I consider their best and why.

As an overall thing, though, Soap & Glory are a fantastic brand - Their packaging, their marketing, their sense of humour, their customer service and their fantastic quality products are all just amazing. They, also, don't test on animals and they promote their

'Two Minute Rinse' to teach people to save water and, thus, help the environment so their ethics are just what you'd hope for from a brand.

I have used a Lot of their products and have a massive collection though have been lucky to get a lot of it through a variety of different offers, different bulk buy sets and for birthdays and Christmas along the way - That said, they're not super expensive, but if you're on a tight budget like me then the fact that they're often on offer is a big big bonus.

I've been enjoying their products for almost two years, now, and have loved almost everything of theirs I've used from their bath and body range to their skincare and their cosmetics to their fragrances. I have an all out Soap & Glory addiction, The Fiance hears about them far more than he'd like and he even recognises some of their signature scents when out and about because he's smelled them so much on me!

So, what I'm trying to say is, keep your eyes peeled for some posts about this gorgeous brand!


5 comments:

  1. I completely agree, I love this brand! Not expensive, fun and great to give as gifts. It really is my go-to brand at Christmas, the gift sets! I have so much stuff by them and it just keeps building up, luckily I have that huge pink box they did the other year to put it all in!

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    1. Oh definitely, especially when boots run a 3for2 as well. We even got my nan s&g this year, she loves it! I think my sister might be fed up of me giving her their stuff asgifts, though, she likes it but there's never any surprise anymore lol

      My bath and bodycare shelves... well let's just say there's Lots of pink hehe

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    2. Sometimes I think I need to make more friends so that I can give out more S&G gifts I love it so much! The first thing my mum said when questioning what to get my Aunty for her birthday was no more "soap and glory", which was a bit disappointing! I just bought the carbon black extreme eyeliner pen for myself and am now thinking I should have got her one as well anyway!

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    3. Their eyeliners are soo good. My supercat has run out, actually, may have to repurchase seeing as it's one of the first ever liner pens that actually works for me!

      Haha people always need more s&g, even if they don't know it yet ;)

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