Let me ask you this: is a bathroom really a room of sheer joy, if it doesn’t contain at least one Soap & Glory product? Making it even easier to fully enjoy the signature scents that we have come to know and love from the brand is the new and rather ingenious, Soap and Glory Soap of Dreams, Multi-Tasking Body Bars.
Now for the record, Soap & Glory are not marketing the Soap of Dreams, Multi-Tasking Body Bars as zero waste, nor sustainable for that matter but if you are trying to cut back on plastic bottles, then this could be an option as they are a solid product and as such, require very minimal packaging. The solid bar format also frees up extra space within the shower, and as they offer the benefit of more than one product, it of course goes without saying that they are ideal for travel due to zero leaks and again their dual purposes.
At the moment, there are three Soap & Glory Soap of Dreams Multi-Tasking Bars to chose from:
Soap & Glory Multi-Tasking Bar Soap, Call of the Fruity (£5): A punchy, citrus scented bath and body bar that is enriched with Argan Oil, Vitamin E to moisturise as you cleanse the skin. To gently exfoliate the body, the bar also contains walnut shell powder to buff away dead skin without being harsh or irritating.
Soap & Glory Multi-Tasking Bar Soap, Original Pink (£5): This super moisturising bar is scented with the luxurious and floral Original Pink fragrance, which I know most will be familiar with (think rose and all things pink if not). Although this bar may not exfoliate the skin, it deeply nourishes and moisturises even the driest of bodies with a powerful blend of Argan and Rosehip Oils. If like myself you are a tad lackadaisical in regards to applying body lotion, then this is the product you’ve been waiting for.
Soap & Glory Multi-Tasking Bar Soap, Mist You Madly (£5): this is another bar that has been created to both cleanse and moisturise in one swift move; the main difference from this and the Original Pink Bar is the fragrance (this is more of a powdery floral) and the main source of skin nourishment (shea butter this time around). In my opinion this is the choice for those that prefer delicate fragrances and an altogether more creamy, indulgent body wash.
Personally I think this is a great addition to to the already expansive Soap & Glory core product line up and I’m hopeful that this could be the start of more “packaging-free” items, perhaps solid hair care could be next!
As a heads up all three are currently on offer for £3.33 (normally £5) each via Boots – link.