This probably isn’t information that anyone wants or needs to know but my bathing routine consists of a shower in the morning and a bath in the evening. That means I like trying different products, whether that would be products just for bath or shower use, or something that can be used in both. So can you imagine the different products sitting around my bath tub? Bath bombs, bubble bars, soap sponges, shower gels…and whipped soaps. I was delighted to find a vendor who could provide me with ALL of these products. Last year I purchased a specially priced box of goodies from a company called Druid & The Witch, and one of my first products to try was their bath & shower whip called A little Bit of Magic.
Whipped soap? Out of all of the bathing products I’ve tried in the past this one took me awhile to get my head around. But now I understand them and enjoy them. Whipped soap is literally what the name suggests. Its not a solid bar of soap or a liquid soap, its a soap that tends to be of a similar consistency to whipped cream, and you use it the same way you would use a more traditional form of soap to cleanse the body in either bath or shower.
Packaging. Very simple. 100g popped into a clear lidded tub with the relevant labeling on it e.g product name and ingredients. I liked the fact the lid was sealed and you had to push it off after breaking a small seal on the side, so you know it hasn’t been opened previous to purchase.
Appearance. A massive reason why I love whipped soaps is how they look. This whipped soap was mid purple in colour. Looking down at this once you take the lid off, it literally looks like someone has piped buttercream into the tub because of the shape its made into and because of this it really does look edible and totally inviting.
Scent. This has such a yummy fruitiness to it. It’s predominately a citrus scent, but sweet rather than zesty. Scent wise this isn’t far off from resembling a juicy, ripe peach so quite mouth watering. Quite fresh and almost sweety like but not in a synthetic way.
In the shower. I’ve never used this in the bath as this has been purely a shower product for me. For the whole body you could probably use a teaspoon sized amount as it really goes along way although I’m greedy and use more. When you take some of this out, you will find the texture of this to be semi solid so isn’t runny, very easy to use and to take out the amount needed. Think of a body butter but a little denser and you will get an idea on how this behaves. On a sponge and under a warm, flowing shower, this lathered up beautifully and the foam was creamy, white and so soft and a pleasure to be covered in. Cleaned my body perfectly and left my skin with its faint fruity fragrance. Skin after shower was clean, soft, not dry and ready to receive any other products I wanted to put onto it. And as a psoriasis sufferer no irritation and I wasn’t desperate to follow up with a body lotion or cream.
Recommended? I’ve been keeping my eyes peeled for a great quality whipped soap and I’ve found one! This is GORGEOUS! It looks amazing, it smells divine and my skin loved it so much I can’t wait to try the other scents. Great news for anyone wanting to try this pot of gold it’s a regular stock item. Visit them on Etsy to order 100g of bath & shower whip in 16 different scents for only £4.00! Brilliant priced body productx