LUSH Snowcake SoapI BOUGHT THIS | AFFILIATE LINKS

The LUSH Snowcake Soap was picked up during the LUSH BOGO sale that I mentioned a few weeks ago. Out of all of the other items I purchased from the sale, I chose to review Snowcake Soap because it was one of my favorites out of my purchase.  I’m currently kicking myself in the butt for not stocking up on it because I love it so much.

Snowcake Soap is a beautiful cream-based soap with a dusting of gold on top (LUSH calls it ‘Golden Lustre’).  Don’t worry, the gold washes off in the shower.  However, I do sort of wish it stayed – just a bit. My skin loves the moisturizing effects provided from using the LUSH Snowcake Soap. Instead of being drying like some bar soaps I’ve used, Snowcake Soap is moisturizing as all ever.  Another thing I love about Snowcake Soap is how rich and creamy it is when it lathers up.  Compared to Yog Nog, Snowcake provides much more lather.  The lather, once rinsed off, does not leave residue; however, your skin is left feeling clean, but not stripped. Make sense?

LUSH Buy One Get One _Snowcake Soap

Snowcake Soap, as I mentioned in my haul post, smells divine.  Had I not known any better, I’d eat it.  It smells so yummy! If you’re into marzipan confectioneries with a hint of vanilla, you’ll love the scent of the LUSH Snowcake Soap.  I love using this soap day or night since it leaves a light, lingering scent.  One night after using it, my husband couldn’t stop sniffing me. A little weird, but, he’s my husband.

Since Snowcake Soap is so cream, there’s one crucial thing I noticed I need to do, which is place it in the refrigerator. Whenever I am in the mood to use it, I cut off a slither to use during my shower time. It’s sort of a pain, but it doesn’t affect my love for this soap.

Unfortunately, the LUSH Snowcake Soap is a seasonal item, and only released around the Christmas holiday season, which is actually a let down. Now you understand why I’m kicking myself for not picking up more.


Ingredients:
Water, Propylene Glycol, Rapeseed Oil and Coconut Oil, Perfume, Sodium Stearate, Sodium Lauryl Sulfate, Sodium Hydroxide, Titanium Dioxide, Benzoin Resinoid, Rose Absolute, Cassie Absolute, Sodium Chloride, Glycerine, EDTA, Tetrasodium Etidronate, Benzyl Benzoate, Golden Lustre.

Have you tried the LUSH Snowcake Soap? If so, what are your thoughts on it?

10 comments on “LUSH Snowcake Soap Review”

  1. I can´t believe I still haven´t used any Lush products 😛 I have to correct that mistake the next time I´m near Lush store.
    I think this soap would suit me well, because I like soaps that moisturise my skin.

  2. I've tried LUSH Snowcake and completely forgot to grab more! When they released LE perfumes I got the Snowcake perfume and was in HEAVEN!

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