Look at that beautiful selection of soaps! They were all sent to me by a wonderful website called The English Soap Company.
We ‘virtually’ met on twitter and they said they could send me some samples of their soap to review and when I saw the amazing collection they sent to me I was overwhelmed. It was so kind of them. 🙂 Plus, the fantastic fragrance of this boxful of soaps was divine!
When I saw how many of their pretty soaps I was sent I just knew I had to spread the happiness and share the beautifully wrapped soaps amongst friends and family. I kept back my favourites ( Vintage Rose soap, Angel Luxury Mini Guest Soaps, Lemon Mandarin and the Clematis & Lime Blossom soap) and then gave my sister the African Mango soap , my friend (who loves gardening) the Gardeners Bath Soap and gave my Mum the Bluebell soap, English Lavender soap and the Briar Rose soap.
Everyone loved their little gifts and it shows how well received these soaps are as presents. They look so expensive and luxurious and yet their price tag is perfectly affordable. The most expensive of these soaps were the boxed luxurious gift soaps (the fancy ones in the box with handles) which were £5.99 each. I received Briar Rose and Clematis & Lime Blossom from that particular collection. They are 260g triple-milled vegetable soap with rich shea butter and essential oils in them. The boxes that they come in are so lovely. When my Mum opened her Briar Rose soap we both fell in love with the scent….my mum was taken back to her childhood as she says the scents of lots of these soaps and the shape of the bar of the soap were exactly how she remembered from when she was a child. My daughter decided she would keep the gift box that the soap came in as a ‘mini purse’ as it was so pretty. Needless to say, the box didn’t last for very long at the hands of a child but it shows that you can have good taste whether young or old! 🙂
The other soaps I received were from different collections. There were Pure Indulgence Soaps, Vintage Wrapped Soaps and Luxury Guest Soaps. Each soap is made from different types of oil and fragrance etc. You can see the full details on their website. I can’t pick a favourite as they are all so lovely and the fragrances are gorgeous! I even took one of the mini Angel guest soaps with me on my recent holiday to Disneyland Paris. These luxury mini soaps are my daughters favourite and at only £2.95 for a little gift pack containing 3 x 20g soaps I think they are a good price. I also think the size of the soap is ideal for guests who are staying in your home or for taking on holiday with you , like I did.
I hope you have enjoyed reading my review of the lovely soaps that The English Soap Company so kindly sent to me. I have loved having the opportunity to review for them. The soap is top quality, the packaging is luxurious and the people who make the soaps are lovely and friendly. You can read the story about how their company came to be by clicking here.
We all know that whole bars of soap are fantastic to use in your clothes drawers but my top tip is this….. don’t hide the soap away and never get round to using it. Instead – use the soap as it is so wonderful! and then put the the inner paper, that you find wrapped up around the soap, in your drawers instead. The paper is highly perfumed from being wrapped around the soap so is perfect for fragrancing your clothes. 🙂
The English Soap Company also sell sets of 25 little heart shaped soaps for £4.95 which would be perfect as wedding favours plus they also stock gift boxed Pure Soy Candles in their most popular fragrances. The candles are just £9.95 each.
You can order all of the products I have mentioned today by popping over to the www.theenglishsoapcompany.biz website and ordering online. If you have any questions at all please don’t hesitate to get into contact with the team by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by getting in touch with them via facebook or twitter.
Also if you sign up to their newsletter via this form you will get a whopping 20% off your first order! What are you waiting for?! 😀