I see these cute little soaps everywhere I go these days, you will be able to find them in most trinket shops that sell just about anything. I happened to stumble upon mine at a Sea Shop down Penarth and a service station selling local produce and trinkets in Gloucester. I couldn’t resist buying them as they look so sweet and kawaii.
One of the brands featured in this post in Bubblicious Soaps which are created by a lovely looking lady called Ruth who is based in Worcestershire. She started creating her soaps about a year ago as well as making jams and wines. Word of mouth had spread and she was sent invitations for craft fayres as well as pamper events. She supplies her soaps to several shops and dreams of seeing her soaps beautifully displayed in a London store. What a lovely ambition don’t you think?!
I loved the doughnut soap. It smells sweet not too strong and it’s beautifully decorated. The Key Lime Pie soap looks good enough to eat doesn’t it?! It smells of Lime, trust me, it does!! The smell is sos so strong it catches your breath. I love the smell of Lime so I’m not bothered, however if you’re not keen on strong smelling soap then I would advise against this one in particular.
I also have these two other soaps both of whom are from the same brand. Unfortunately I cannot remember the name of the brand I’m afraid since I bought these a few months ago but I can tell you that they smell divine, especially the Lemon Sorbet!! I love the smell of lemon so this was a must buy for me. It’s neatly displayed as a sorbet sweet which is totally cute. The lollipop one is so Kawaii I love the colours and the little heart design on the side. So girly and cute!!! I literally just want to eat it!!!
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