Soap & Glory The Ultimelt, Scrubatomic and Make Yourself Youthful Superserum Review

Soap & Glory rebranded last year making all their packaging much more mature and sophisticated. They also reformulated quite a few of their products, especially the skincare range ensuring that what they had to offer was the best on the market. To be honest with you, I did really like their old cutesy packaging because it brought something different to the beauty stands, however, I am more in favour of the new line, thanks to the classiness it brings to my bathroom.

Soap & Glory The Ultimelt Hot Cloth Cleanser £10.00 (*)

The Ultimelt‘ is a super-concentrated, deep purifying and revitalising hot cloth cleanser. Formulated with pro-vitamin B5 and a blend of essential oils, it aims to melt away make up, rebalance and brighten your skin. Having tried the famous Liz Earle and Superdrug Vitamin E hot cloth cleansers, I wasn’t very impressed with this one at all. It smelt great, I loved the aromatherapy scent, but in terms of effectiveness, it didn’t wow me as such. It removed my make up properly after the second cleanse, but somehow my skin still felt quite grubby and greasy. The cloth also ripped after a few washes, so I wasn’t highly impressed with that either. Overall, a bit of a disappointment.

Soap & Glory Scrubatomic £9.00 (*)

Scrubatomic‘ is a daily face polish containing natural AHA fruit smoothers, gentle d-clog micropeel beads and peach & gojuice. It is gentle enough to use daily and aims to refresh complexions, rejuvenate and refine. This worked great on my skin, the granules were extremely fine and got rid my dead skin and blackheads within seconds. The scent is fruity and fresh which I love. Only one negative point though, because the exfoliating beads are so fine, when removing from my skin, it was quite easy for them to go in my eye which the felt like I had sand in my eye and it was quite discomforting. Other than that, this is a lovely product and does the job well.

Soap & Glory Make Yourself Youthful Superserum £20.00 (*)

Filled with potent anti-ageing biopeptides, this superserum is set out to boost collagen, reduce the depth and appearance of fine lines and rejuvenate dehydrated skin overnight. I am very lucky at the moment to not have any visible lines and wrinkles, so I cannot tell if this worked on that side of things. But in terms of hydration and brightening, I can happily report that it made my skin feel soft and gave me a nice glow in the mornings. It is of a gel-cream texture and sunk in pretty quickly, leaving a nice base for moisturiser. Overall, a good product, but nothing to shout on the rooftops about.

What do you think of Soap & Glory’s rebranding? Have you tried anything from the newly formulated skincare range?

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  1. 16th January 2014 / 1:17 pm

    I've only tried the Hot Cloth Cleanser which I would say was around two years ago now. It had different packaging and at time time I thought it worked very well on me, I wonder if the formula has changed.
    Amy x A Little Boat Sailing

    • 24th July 2014 / 1:34 am

      Possibly, just wasn't that great for me. xx

  2. 16th January 2014 / 2:12 pm

    Nice review Julie! I prefer the old packaging, all pink and cute. This new packaging, except for the serum, reminds me of pharmacy products, like medicines! I wish Soap and Glory was in Indonesia, I loved their Righteous Butter but never tried their new formulated skin range!

    • 24th July 2014 / 1:35 am

      Aww, I do prefer their old packaging actually. xx

  3. 16th January 2014 / 4:18 pm

    I love Soap & Glory products. My favourite is their peaches and clean~ smells wonderful. I am planning on investing in their version of the hot cloth cleanser but i think i'm going to try use up some of my products first before buying more! Your reviews are nice, short and sweet 🙂 Love them.

    Thanks for posting, it was interesting to read! Have a great day!

    Ying ♥ || *- YingcBeauty-*
    X x X x X

    • 24th July 2014 / 1:35 am

      Thank you lovely, you always leave such nice comments. xx

  4. 16th January 2014 / 5:38 pm

    I really really wanted to try out the hot cloth cleanser but I might just go for Liz Earle instead as I've heard so many great reviews for that. So glad I read this post unless I may have wasted money on the Soap & Glory one only to be left disappointed! 🙂

    http://ellistuesday.blogspot.co.uk/

    • 24th July 2014 / 1:36 am

      The Liz Earle one is my fave. xx

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