Soap&Glory’s New Orangeasm Products

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Orangeasm was Soap&Glory’s huge launch last Summer in which saw them release their first fragrance mist, a new body wash and a body butter to the range. This Spring, they’ve added an exfoliating body polish and a body spray to the Orangeasm line.
I’m aware that Orange scented body products are quite hit and miss, and not everyone wants to have the linger smell of oranges on them all day long, but Soap&Glory’s Orangeasm is really nice. In the past, I have described it as a creamy orange as opposed to a citrus kick. It’s more like the zest of an orange than the juicy flesh.
Soap&Glory Orangeasm Exfoliating Body Polish
£8.00
The new Orangeasm Exfoliating Body polish is a great one for the mornings to awaken your skin whilst lightly buffing off dead skin cells. The texture is a translucent marmalade-esque jelly with small gritty bits that will dissolve.
If you find that the Soap&Glory body scrubs (Smoothie Star Breakfast Scrub is particular rough) feels too harsh on your sensitive skin, then you might find Orangeasm Exfoliating Body Polish as a better option. The particles are finer and they’re not as “scratchy”. It’s formulated with fresh green mandarin, lemon, sweet orange peel oils, green tea and jojoba to leave your skin cleansed, smoothed and polished!
It comes in a big 250ml tube for £8 which is the same price as the tubs of body scrubs, but I don’t think the polish will last as long as the scrubs. 
Soap&Glory Orangeasm Body Spray
£4.00
Soap&Glory have launched several body sprays and fragrance mist in the past few weeks, including the ever popular Sugar Crush, and this Orangeasm Body Spray! 
I really loved the Orangeasm Super Tonic Fragrance that they launched last year, it had mint in it which made the tonic cooling on skin. The body spray is a more basic and affordable option – it’s only £4! It’s made from sweet orange, green mandarin, geranium oil, lemon oil, orange extract, mint, patchouli and petitegrains. 
Now that they’ve released a Sugar Crush body spray, I have to say that that’s my fave! Both are really nice scents but I would choose Sugar Crush over Orangeasm as the ultimate fruity Soap&Glory fragrance any day!

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13 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    15th May 2015 / 12:57 pm

    I have never tried Soap & Glory products but I really want to try them. Everyone raves about them and the packaging is so fun. Unfortunately they aren't available in my country. Such a shame 🙁

    hushhush990.blogspot.com

  2. 15th May 2015 / 9:41 pm

    Orangeasm is possibly my favourite S&G scent range, followed closely by Sugar Crush. Very excited to see some new products x

    Amy / srslylou

  3. 15th May 2015 / 9:50 pm

    I have seen so many good things about these items but still I am yet to try them! Although I will probably cave one day, I do feel that they are quite expensive for what they are. I do love the packaging though!

    Sarah // The Girl with the Winged Liner

  4. 16th May 2015 / 3:42 am

    Need to get into a store and smell this ASAP! I'm a bit of a Sugar Crush addict but orange sounds so nice for morning pick me up xx

    Madeline | Madeline Loves

  5. 16th May 2015 / 2:19 pm

    Ooo these sound great! I actually love orange (and any citrus) scented body products so I'd probably love this. I need to find it at the store and smell it.

    Jamie | PetitePanoply.com

  6. 17th May 2015 / 12:17 am

    I've actually never really heard of Soap&Glory before I started to read your blog posts but they sound lovely. I'm always on the hunt for new products. I'm glad you wrote about the body scrub and didn't just write about the exfoliating body polish. My skin isn't sensitive but it is naturally dry and unfortunately I find that gritty products make my skin MORE dry to the point that I get flaky patches. Not good! I'll definitely have to check the body scrub out. The products all sound amazing.

    Lovely post as usual! 🙂

    – Shannon
    http://www.cherrishgreen.blogspot.com

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