Lush Angel’s Delight Soap Review
It’s hard to admit it, but I am really thankful to Rads for introducing me to the Lush brand of soaps. The Lush-soap craze virus has spread quickly from Rads to me and now quite a few people who smelled the soaps from me. Actually, sometimes back, I had discussed with Rads that my son has atopic dermatitis and his skin was very dry and the regular Johnson’s and Johnson’s soap is making his skin much more drier. That’s when she told me, she also some itchy (yes…scratch scratch) disease and after using Lush, her skin has improved a lot. She told me Lush soap bars are a bit costly, but they are extremely moisturizing and would work well with hard waters also. She offered to share some (from the load of) Lush goodies she had bought and I was more than happy to grab it.
Rads sent me two soaps, one was the slightly pungent napthelene-ball kind of smelling Snow Cake which was extremely moisturizing and the second slice was this yummy gummy smelling “Angel’s Delight.”
Since Shyna has already reviewed Lush Snow Cake, I am going to review the Lush “Angel’s Delight.”
Lush Angel’s Delight and Snow Cake.
PRICE: Rs. 158 for 100 gm.
A LITTLE ABOUT ANGEL’S DELIGHT:
I found this piece of information about Angel’s Delight from the net:
Tangerine and sweet orange oils add a sweetness to the fragrance blend, which creates a sweet jelly bean scent when combined with blackcurrant.
This year, the jelly bean fragrance is even more intense, with hints of blackcurrant to make your hands and body smell like a cross between a confectioner’s shop and a bowl full of berries.
MY TAKE ON LUSH ANGEL’S DELIGHT:
The most remarkable thing about Lush’s Angel Delight is its yummy jellybeans, tutti frutti kind of smell. This one is a lovely pink and blue colour and the wonderful smell transports you into a confectionary store. Quiet smartly, I stored the Angel’s Delight in my wardrobe and Snow Cup in the store room. After a while, the whole jellybean fragrance spread into the entire cabinet.
Contrary to most Lush soaps, Angel’s Delight does not melt away quickly. The bar of 100 gm lasted for over 2 weeks. Angel’s Delight does not lather much (might be the heavy groundwater in my area), but after you are done with shower, the fragrance stays on for a really long time. It does not dry out the skin as is the case with most soaps. My son’s atopic dermatitis rashes disappeared with Angel’s Delight and I have decided to continue using Lush soaps on him.
It is said that “first impression is the best impression,” and these two soaps have inspired me to try more from Lush and I am ordering more not just for my son and me, but for some other people too. Thank you for getting me hooked on to it Rads…..:)
My son Aarohan after a Lush bath.
PROS OF LUSH ANGEL’S DELIGHT:
• The yummy gummy jellybeans and fruity scent of the soap just makes you fall in love with it.
• The scent lingers for a really long time after you are finished with the shower.
• Can be USED ON TODDLERS….my son is 1-1/2 years old and there are no side effects.
• The soap does not dry the skin out.
• Apt for dry skinned people.
• Does not melt away that easily.
• Worth the price.
CONS OF LUSH ANGEL’S DELIGHT:
• There are not really any cons except the fact that with heavy water, it may not lather much. I am someone who loves soapy lathers, the more the lather, the merrier.
WILL I PURCHASE AGAIN: YES and I am getting some more ordered.
IMBB STAR RATING: 4/5……-1 for no lather errr.. but I think that -1 should go to the heavy water at my place.
Have you used Lush Angel’s Delight Soap? Please rate in the box below
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