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Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Lush Snow Cake Soap Review

Lush Snow Cake Soap

Lush Snow Cake Soap

Today's post is all about the pretty limited edition soap from Lush named Snow Cake.  As the name suggests, this is another Lush product which is only around during the Christmas period and is one I buy every year.

Snow cake is displayed as a large circular block covered in gold glitter and odd shapes on one side so when it is cut the chunk of soap you get looks completely different each time. I love how unique this makes it. The texture is soft, rich and creamy which means after use your hands are left feeling nourished, clean and smooth... perfect.  As for the scent, Snow Cake is said to smell of marzipan and fruit which I can't actually identify at all.  Instead, I find the scent to be floral and sweet probably due to the rose absolute and cassis ingredients.

Each year I usually buy two blocks of Snow Cake weighing 100g each which both last me six months or more.  I prefer to use gels and foams in the shower so I simply use this as a hand soap which means more people can enjoy it because our guests get to use it too!

You can buy Snow Cake from Lush for £3.25 per 100g.

What do you think of Snow Cake?

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  1. Sounds very interesting. I do like LUSH a lot and want to try this. I like that Snow Cake has gold specs. Thanks for sharing.
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  2. I love Godmother soap, smells just like Snow fairy x
    Beautyqueenuk xx

  3. You’ve sold me on this, it looks brill!! :-) xx

    Helen @


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