Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Lady Primrose Liquid Cream Soap Review

I've been loving Lady Primrose these past couple weeks. I'm so happy I found their company. Plus I love telling you guys about products you might not know about otherwise. The brand is so very appealing as it has a certain Victorian beauty feel about it. Whenever I use their products, I feel elegant and fancy, like a queen! Lady Primrose’s packaging on their bath and body products is so so amazingly elegant! So my new must have from Lady Primrose is the Liquid Cream Soap.

Lightweight foam gently cleanses the body, yet mild enough for the face. Extracts of Cucumber and Sea Kelp moisturize and soothe; Papaya extract removes dry skin. Vitamin E prevents environmental damage. Suitable for all skin types. So why do I love this so much? Well, maybe because as mentioned before, you can use this on your hands or your face. The scent is of a fragrant cucumber, and personally I love this for my face because it's too darn good to be using as a normal handwash.

Of course this isn't your typical Lady Primrose product because it's not housed in a beautiful package. But I'm going to let that slide for now, because the actual soap is fabulous. It foams in your hand, almost like a hair mousse. It comes with a nice easy pump so you won't waste any of of the product. For some who prefer a non-smelling facial cleanser, this might be better used on the hands. I, however enjoy the soft scent and I love that it foams up into a gentle mousse instead of a your typical sticky soap.

I've noticed Lady Primrose products all smell similar. I would call it a flowery, baby powder cucumber scent. It's one of those smells most people will like, because it smells so clean, like you just stepped out of the bath. I hear the brand actually started as a high end beauty product in fancier hotels, but I'll have to get back to you on that.

You can purchase the Lady Primrose Liquid Cream Soap online at There you will also find other luxurious products they have for sale. I can't wait to share my next review with you, my favorite part of the Lady Primrose collection. Stay tuned!

Disclosure: A press sample was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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