Sunday, 15 April 2012

Soap & Glory Foam Call Bath & Shower Wash

Finally! This has been one infuriating post to create. Alignment has been such a carry on, it was ridiculous. Anyway, I hope the rest of this blog post will do!

So, we have Soap & Glory's Foam Call Bath & Shower Wash, which retails at £6.50 from Boots.

 I recently began to run out of my night cream, so I decided to ask around on Twitter which night cream would be best to try next. I asked MissBudgetBeauty on Twitter, whether she had a review posted on SteamCream. I have rarely heard about the product, however, I thought its always good to branch out of your comfort zone. So! I mentioned the Wish Upon A Jar by S&G, as I am very interested in its 21 days use approach, then returning to your original skincare products for 3 months. However, I would have preferred to continuously use it, which I guess would defeat the point of the creams claims. I'm almost done my natter! MissBudgetBeauty mentioned she was considering trying Night In Shining Armour Cream, which I hadn't heard of, so upon researching on Boots website, I discovered if you spent £10 or more, you would receive Foam Call free. I could not pass up this offer, so off I went to Boots the next day!

(That was a really long explanation of something really simple in my head!)
Firstly, the packaging. I think its safe to say almost everyone loves the packaging. Its so retro, vintage & adds a bit of glamour to your bathroom or vanity table. You get  a wonderful 500ml, which s always amazing. This baby will last you a good while, even if you have family that like to use generous handful of product! I really like the idea of a pump, especially as the bottle is quite big, it makes manhandling in the bath tub or shower, that little bit easier, leaving you more time to relax!

I found that I had to pump the product out a few times to get a good amount, however, if you use a poofy thing (my terminology of the contraption. I noticed MissBudgetBeauty as the same problem distinguishing the name. I get mine from The Body Shop, which is basically a bundle of netting), you can create some much more bubbles, foam, luxurious & more. You really don;t need that much product to achieve it, either.

As you can see from the swatches above, its a medium to thick consistency that will sit on your skin, without running, if left be. Once I began massaging, you can see it begins to melt into a lather, a subtle lather, depending on how vigorous your scrubbing action is! I really enjoyed using this. I felt as thought my skin was actually moisturised after use, which I don;t find with a lot of Body Wash's, as most tend to just smell good & ultimately clean you. I'm happy I have came across this, especially for free! At £6.50, I would definitely repurchase, though! For a mega 500ml, this will last you quite a while, even if you are a generous product pourer!

I hope you enjoyed this little post! I'm really starting to get into Soap & Glory products, mainly their skincare line. I would be very much interested in trying some of their make-up (concealer in particular), so if you have any recommendations of ANY of the products, please do not hesitate to leave a comment!

Thank you!




  1. I haven't used this one before, but I'm currently using their Clean On Me shower gel, which is amazing (it says it has built in body lotion).

    I've only tried the eye primer from their makeup range, but I wasn't overly impressed. It wouldn't put me off trying some of their other makeup products though :-) x

  2. I've heard good things of the Clean On Me one, I;d love to try it!

    Their make up range looks lovely, amazing packaging, although packaging doesn't always make the product!

    Thank you!



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