Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection

16th September 2018

I love Soap and Glory and have done for at least 15 years so I’m always excited whenever they introduce a new range. My favourite Soap and Glory range of all time has to be the Sugar Crush Collection, so when I heard about the Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection I was extremely excited as I love anything tropical. The Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection is due to launch into Boots and the Soap and Glory website very soon, and it’s guaranteed to be a well received collection as everything smells divine. I do wish this collection had launched a little earlier in time for the main summer months but I’m totally onboard with summer inspired products all year round as tropical scents are my favourite regardless of season.

Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise GlossedReview of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise Glossed

The Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection is a six piece lineup with everything you need to get your body feeling super soft and smooth, and smelling delicious. The Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection fragrance is a ‘scent from paradise’ with notes of exotic hibiscus, juicy cantaloupe melon and cedarwood and the products contain a gorgeous blend of coconut oil, coconut butter and coconut shell for the tip to toe tropical experience.

Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise Glossed Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise Glossed

Soap and Glory Call of Fruity No Woman No Dry Hydrating Body Butter 300ml £10

The Soap and Glory Righteous Butter is an absolute classic but the No Woman No Dry is set to become a rival, and I already know I prefer it. It is infused within Vitamin E with an intensely moisturising blend with coconut oil, cocoa butter, passion fruit and aloe extracts for scent-sationally soft skin.

The consistency of the butter is a lot more lightweight than the Righteous Butter, and although it offers a rich dose of nourishment to the skin, it doesn’t leave any greasiness on the skin nor do you have to wait around for it to dry before getting dressed. It’s going to be the perfect product for use after shaving my legs, as it always leaves my legs feeling very dry so this will be ideal for some extra hydration over the coming cooler months.

Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise Glossed Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise Glossed

Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Paradise Glossed Moisturising Body Oil 150ml £7.50

How cool does this product look?! It was the product I was most drawn to within the collection as Soap and Glory don’t have an bi-phase products within their bodycare range, and I was surprised that it was only £7.50. Described as having a lightweight and luxurious formula packed with coconut oil and almond oil for satin soft skin that positively glistens.

I love that this body oil is a pump bottle as you can spritz the oil wherever you need it without getting it everywhere. In the bottle it looks as if it could be a tropical cocktail, but it mixes up to a coral coloured oil which is very lightweight and softening, and also doubles up as an hair oil. I applied it to my legs and used the remnants on the ends of my hair and it worked really well to smooth the ends.

Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise Glossed

Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Bubble in Paradise Refreshing Body Wash 500ml £6.50

Soap and Glory body washes are my favourite, especially the Rich & Foamous Body Wash so I was very ready for Soap and Glory to launch a new body wash as there hasn’t been anything new since the Orangeasm Body Wash. The Bubble in Paradise Body Wash doesn’t have a pump which is such a shame as all of the other body washes have a pump, but it does have a flip top. The Body Wash features the Exotic-Cool formula – a refreshing blend with juicy mango, and mandarin extracts. Just like the other Soap and Glory Body Washes, Bubble in Paradise is a rich and creamy gel which lathers beautifully and a little goes a very long way – these 500ml bottles last forever.

Review of the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection ft No Woman No Dry, Summer Scrubbin', The Way She Smoothes, Hand Food and Paradise Glossed

Soap and Glory Call of Fruity The Way She Smoothes 500ml £12

If the Soap and Glory Body Butters are a little too rich for you, The Way She Smoothes will be a great alternative and it’s in an handy 500ml pump bottle making application quick and easy. Containing a refreshing hydrating blend with mango and coconut oils, papaya, passion fruit and algae extracts and vitamin E.

This lotion smells identical to a Solero which is my favourite ice-cream so I’m totally onboard with smelling like like a walking talking Solero, especially when it makes my skin feel extremely soft. I’ve always liked the Smoothie Star Body Lotion for being a quick absorber, but The Way She Smoothes absorbs even quicker and is going to be my go-to lotion whenever I’m short on time and still need a hit of hydration.

I’d love to know your thoughts on the Soap and Glory Call of Fruity Collection? Will you be purchasing anything?

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