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Product Rave: Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash & Buttercream

Sunday, February 23, 2014

I had read a million and one reviews on the Soap & Glory Sugar Crush body line. I had even looked it up online to see where it was sold in the United States, but I had never pulled the trigger to buy it. Little did I know, it was on its way to the U.S. through Sephora! I walked into Sephora one day and was so excited to see it on the Soap & Glory shelf that I immediately picked it up and sniffed it. I instantly knew what everyone was raving about. The scent is delightfully delicious and reminds me of a margarita with strong notes of lime juice and brown sugar. I wanted it right then and there, but the price tag was a bit steep at $20 a tub for the body buttercream ($16 for the body wash). I only buy the Body Shop butters when they're on sale for $10 so I sadly placed it back on the shelf and shuffled out of the store. I revisited the scent again and again until I had a particularly bad day recently and decided I needed a treat! I purchased both the buttercream and the body wash so that I could have a daily pick me up in my shower essentials. I am so glad that I purchased these two products. The body wash has the same great scent as the buttercream and is perfect to use as a pre-shave soap for my legs. It also lathers up really nicely. I have been told it can be used as a bubble bath in times of need, but I have yet to test out that theory. On the other hand, the body buttercream keeps you moisturized throughout the day and the scent stays with you too! I admit, I've been caught sniffing my arm like a weirdo when I'm out and about. I just love the scent that much! I don't think I will be able to revert back to using any other buttercream anytime soon. I'm a Sugar Crush convert! Thank you Soap & Glory for making these amazing products! I highly recommend everyone who loves margaritas (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) to go and sniff out these products! 


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