Tag: soap review
While I am the biggest fan of rose-fragranced beauty products, my favourite flowers, scent-wise, are actually peonies. And only recently I’ve realised that I should pay a better attention to the peony-scented products out there.
Especially considering that peony season, hello Instagram, is not that long.
This is why today I wanted to share the peony themed beauty product that I am currently using and loving.
When it comes to peonies and beauty, the first range that comes to mind is
A great thing about having your own website is the fact that you can write whatever and whenever you want. So today’s feature is inspired by my girlfriends. The thing is that I have been telling some of them how much I love this soap, so I would like to share with my readers and fellow beauty lovers, too.
A soap, really? Yes! I personally think that The Scottish Fine Soaps are fantastic. The thing is that it almost feels like a cream, not a soap, so silky and smooth. Although, I use a body cream afterwards all the time, if your skin is not as dry as mine, most likely
I never used soaps, always shower gels or, even better shower creams, in the past. The thing is that I have very dry skin and soaps used to dry it out completely and leave it flaky and tight. This changed when I have tried L’Occitane soaps…
Now I have a completely different opinion. I am eagerly trying new soaps but I choose very carefully what brands to get. You have probably seen that I have got this set from Cowshed. It comes in a beautiful box which would make a great present actually. You get three soaps inside from three different ranges which gives you a nice idea about Cowshed in general, too.
Knackered Cow ‘Burnt out? Slow down and de-stress with essential oils of lavender to restore harmony and eucalyptus to ease tired muscles.’
Lazy Cow ‘Soothing Collection – Be left in peace with essential oils of jasmine to deeply relax, chamomile to calm, and sandalwood to aid contemplation.’
Grumpy Cow ‘Feeling low? Rediscover your zest for life with essential oils of mandarin red to invigorate the senses, petitgrain to cleanse and purify, and grapefruit to stimulate circulation.’ Each soap is 160g and is made from 100% organic palm and coconut oils and triple milled for a ‘dense and luxurious texture. ‘
Cowshed soaps smell
First of all I apologize for the lack of reviews and swatches. I still haven’t bought a camera. I plan on getting two cameras – one a purse friendly “simple” camera, something like Nikon S3100 or S5100 and one pro camera.
For some reason I find it so hard to choose what I want/need but I promise to get it at the end of this week/beginning of next one.
I have so many new exciting products to show you so can’t wait to get a camera. Luckily, I have some photos I’ve taken before my camera was gone.
I don’t want this post to be completely off topic so here is a review of the soap which I’ve recently purchased at L’Occitane.