“ Brand: Tesco / Type: Soap „
===Why I Bought This===
One thing I enjoy is having nice soap, but as I do not get out to the shops much these days I tend to limit my choice to what I find on the Tesco Grocery website. These little boxed soaps turned up on the website a few weeks ago and I decided to try them.
Made for Tesco.
Aloe Vera and Green Tea soap.
Comes in a green box decorated with images of green leaves - there is a round 'window' so you can view the soap inside.
'Enriched with Natural Extracts and Vitamin E.'
100 gram bar.
'Enriched with added moisturiser to leave skin feeling soft and smooth.'
Has added extracts of aloe vera and green tea 'to help soothe your body and leave you feeling refreshed'.
Use with 24 months - and keep away from eyes.
Inside the box is a rectangular pale green bar of soap with the words 'NATURAL EXTRACTS' on the front.
The bar appears to be made in two sections and sandwiched together like a sponge cake.
Among other ingredients are glycerine and leaf extracts.
Made in China for Tesco.
These soaps come in three sorts:
*Aloe Vera and Green Tea
*Lavender and Chamomile
*Lime and Mandarine
75p per 100 gram bar.
This is a chunky oblong bar of soap and is an attractive pale grren colour.
It contains perfume and has a refreshing aroma which I would say resembles bamboo type products - it is sort of leafy and green.
This is a unisex smell and can be used by all the family.
The aroma is pleasant and refreshing and coming in a nice box makes the soap feel slightly 'better' than just the ordinarly ones you buy in packs of four.
The soap itself feels lovely when in use and you can feel its moisturising properties - it may not be a huge bar but it does last quite a long time - and I also ike the fact that it does not start to disintegrate when it is wet and in use.
I tend to use my bars in the shower or bath but they are equally as good by the sink to wash your hands and the perfume is not so powerful as to leave stronge smells on your hands after use - just a faint hind of aroma.
These bars may seem a little expensive to use on a daily basis - especially as husband comes in from the garden wth filthy hands, so I try and keep these 'good' bars for myself and hope he will use the cheaper bars i buy for general use - but it does not always work, and I have not resorted to hiding my bars of soap yet.
I would definitely recommend these refreshing bars of soap - they are more expensive than others that Tesco sell which you can purchase four bars for £1 but sometimes it is good to have a little luxury in small things.
===Would I Recommend?===