Hello again my loves, welcome to Elegant Ageless Beauty.
I’m rather late to the party when it comes to Soap and Glory, I’ve always wanted to try it, so I was very happy to see a tub of The Righteous Butter in my new Latest in Beauty box which is in collaboration with Jane Cunningham aka British Beauty Blogger.
The first thing that caught my eye when I first saw any Soap and Glory was of course the lovely cute packaging. The pictures on each product are of 1950s style, and they have such great names too. I’ve never been too keen on a body butter, preferring a body lotion for my body moisturising, I always found body butter sticky on my skin, whereas a lotion sinks in straight away. But the Righteous Butter isn’t sticky and it sinks in beautifully. I’ve a particularly dry patch on my shin where I have a huge scar it does tend to go really “flakey” on the new skin growth. I used my Righteous Butter on my legs paying particular attention to my scar after bathing, and the following morning it was still soft and moisturised without a sign of any flakiness. This beautiful body butter is just fantastic for elbows and knees, and the tops of my feet too.
No wonder this is a perfect body moisturiser, the ingredients within the product are fabulous! Shea Butter, coconut oil, aloe vera all help with maintaining soft skin. The fragrance? That’s just WOW! I was very surprised to notice that what I could smell in the pot smelt nothing like what it is on my skin. In the pot it smells light and fruity, when it’s massaged into my skin it smells heavier, more musky. Maybe it’s just me?
So, I’ve dipped my toes into the world of Soap and Glory and it’s safe to say I could get addicted! I certainly would love to try more from the brand, and I’ve got my eye on a few things. I got my Righteous Butter in my beauty box from Latest in Beauty, but you can pop into your local Boots on the High Street or Boots online HERE for yours.
I’d love some Soap and Glory recommendations, what do you die hard fans think I should try?