Review Detail

Peach Frubes?
Overall rating 
 
4.6
Packaging 
 
5.0
Texture 
 
5.0
Mildness 
 
3.0
Effectiveness 
 
4.0
Ease of use 
 
5.0
Scent 
 
5.0
Value for Money 
 
5.0

I'll admit I'm more often than not drawn to try a product that I've not read any reviews about if it has nice packaging, and that's what happened here. Boots had their 3 for 2 offer on again and I decided it would be a good time to try out some Soap & Glory, though instead of coming out with 3 products I somehow ended up buying 6, oops.

I love the smell of this, though it did leave me feeling a bit weird applying it to my face to start with. I have a particular love for Frubes, and this smells exactly like the Peach flavoured frube, and the look/texture of the cleanser is also very frube-like. However I got over that pretty quickly.

I apply this over my face (avoiding the eye area) and rub in for 60 seconds. I find 1 pump is enough to cover my face but I generally use 2 just because I feel like 1 isn't quite enough and the product seems to be spread a little too thinly.

The major downside of this for me is that I have to use another cleanser beforehand to remove my eye makeup. This can sometimes feel a little uncomfortable on my cheeks, which I think are a little more sensitive than the rest of my skin, so I feel that for those with very sensitive skin it may be best to avoid this one.

After use my skin feels incredibly soft though I don't think I get as much of that clean feeling with this as I have with other cleansers, possibly because it feels quite moisturising. Probably better aimed at those with slightly drier skin than those with oily/combination (though that's just guesswork with how it reacted on my normal to slightly oily t-zone skin).

Something to note is that on the bottle it does mention it contains ingredients that can make the skin more photosensitive and to make sure you've got a decent SPF handy. Personally I've not been using any SPF with it (other than the SPF15 in my foundation I sometimes use) and haven't had any trouble, but I have seen the occasional person who has had their skin go rather red after using this.

I've yet to decide if I'll repurchase as I do prefer something I can use to take my eyemakeup off with as well, but it's not a huge issue for me. It's definitely the best cleanser I've used for the price, especially considering you get a generous 200ml in a bottle, and it smells (and looks) edible which may or may not be considered a benefit xD

User Reviews

Strongest points
Smell
Texture
Adorable packaging
Weakest points
Probably wouldn't recommend for very sensitive skin.
I wouldn't use to remove eye makeup.
Would you recommend this product?
Yes
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