Soap and Glory Spa of Wonder – Boots Star Gift of the Week
Every single year there’s one Christmas gift set I always look forward to, and that’s the Soap and Glory Boots Star Gift of the Week which is always a one week offer where their biggest giftset is reduced to better than half price whilst stocks last. This year’s Gift of the Week is the amazing Soap and Glory Spa of Wonder Gift Set which is on sale for £30 instead of £60 but the contents are worth an amazing £78 which is insane. It’s on sale right now but only for this week, and it is guaranteed to sell out as it always does every single year as the value for money is always fantastic.
The Soap and Glory Spa of Wonder is packaged within a big cardboard box which opens up to reveal the products inside, and closes with a velcro fastening. I have to say, I don’t love the packaging for this year’s set as last year there was a mini metal suitcase, and previous years have been large zippable cases. I feel like the cardboard box isn’t as special as their past star gifts but it’s still a cute box nonetheless and every product in the box is full size.
Soap and Glory Spa of Wonder Contents Reveal –
First up is a 300ml size of the Soap and Glory The Righteous Butter worth £10 which is their award winning body butter with softening shea butter and aloe vera, with their Original Pink fragrance. To go alongside the body butter there is now a matching new Soap and Glory The Righteous Butter 3 in 1 Ultra Rich and Creamy Body Wash worth £7 which I’ve never tried before but it sounds amazing as it contains over 25% natural oils and butters. It is packed with skin-adoring shea butter, cocoa butter, sweet almond, grapeseed & macadamia oils and Vitamin E, and will will work amazingly alongside the Righteous Butter Body Butter.
Next up is two 500ml sized large pump bottles.. the Soap and Glory Clean On Me Creamy Moisture Shower Gel worth £6.50 and Soap and Glory Smoothie Star Deep Moisture Body Milk worth £10. The Clean On Me is a rich and creamy shower gel with the original Soap and Glory fragrance and is one of my favourites. My favourite Soap and Glory body lotion in the Smoothie Star Body Milk as it’s amazingly rich and is loaded with skin-softening cocoa butter, shea butter, coconut oil, oat, yogurt and honey. It has the most delicious fragrance almond, oat and brown sugar scent which is my favourite Soap and Glory fragrance of all time.
To go alongside the body wash and body lotion there’s also a scrub; the Soap and Glory The Scrub of Your Life Body Scrub worth £7 which is scented with fresh bergamot and mandarin, rose, jasmine, peach, strawberry, oak moss, amber and woody notes. It’s a really good scrub but it’s not as scrubby as the Sugar Crush Body Scrub, so I prefer to use it as a daily body scrub and keep Sugar Crush for a once week intense exfoliative session.
The last skin and bodycare product bottle/tube in the box is the Soap and Glory Face, Soap and Clarity 3 in 1 Daily Detox Vitamin C Face Wash worth £8 which is the second product in the box which I’ve never tried before. It’s described as being suitable for all skin types and cleanses, foams, purifies, energises, brightens and polishes the skin.
The last skincare product within the Soap and Glory Spa of Wonder Set is the Soap and Glory Bright + Beautiful Radiance Boosting Mask worth £4 which is a one use, sheet mask designed for dull and lacklustre skin. I did a post on the Soap and Glory Sheet Masks previously but they’re fantastic masks for the price and this is one of my favourites.
The set also contains three makeup products; the Soap and Glory Supercat Eyeliner worth £6 (a liquid eyeliner pen), the Soap and Glory Sexy Mother Pucker Gloss worth £9 (a lip plumping gloss in Down and Dainty) and the Soap and Glory Thick & Fast HD Mascara worth £10.50 (a collagen based mascara).
So they are all of the fabulous products inside the Soap and Glory Spa of Wonder Set. I’d love to know if you’re going to be snapping one up?
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