I have heard so much about Soap & Glory products, thanks to a lot of late night YouTube watching which got me too curious, especially when the youtuber shares the goodness of this product. To those of you who have not heard about this product, let me enlighten you. Soap & Glory is a British beauty brand that makes Bath & Body, Skincare and Cosmetics.

 Today I’m gonna pick the Hand Cream and will to share my thoughts on them.

First of all, the packaging is super fun! It’s pink in colour therefore naturally it boosts the girlyness atmosphere and it’s has a vintage look! The body butter (lotion) that I got, it’s called The Righteous Butter ($22 USD).

If you’ve read my previous article on The Power of Roses, one should know by now that I’m all about rose & fruity scented products! If you’re the sort of scented person, then Soap & Glory Righteous butter is your thing.

If you like scent that gives you the mandarin, rose, jasmine, peach, strawberry and amber with woody and warm vanilla smell- then you’ll love this body butter. Let’s just assume you’d be smelling like you just got out of Candy Land! (if such places exists…)

This body butter is beige whitish. It’s creamy and moisturizing!


In terms of it’s weight, I would say it has a medium weight to it. It’s not too heavy or light, so it’s perfect year round and easy to carry around in your handbag and even during travels.

It is a non-greasy hydrating hand cream and absorbs beautifully into the skin. The Righteous Butter Body  contains shea butter, macadamia oil and marshmallow and is also scented with their original “Pink fragrance” – The brand’s signature Original Pink fragrance, which is quite reminiscent of the original Miss Dior Cherie (before the name change to Miss Dior), except it’s a touch sweeter and more fruity, less “perfumey.”

For my Malaysians, you can find Soap & Glory at Sephora.

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Founder of SpeakUP movement. She is a humanitarian, future-enthusiast, occasional blogger & self-love writer that is learning to perfect the art of making a cup of cappuccino.


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