Review│Soaptopia Soap Bars

When it comes to my showers, I typically stick to shower gels/creams. Not only do I feel like they are more moisturizing, but they also don't dry out my skin like traditional soap bars can do. Well, after trying out the soap bars from Soaptopia, I realized that not all soap bars are created equal. 

Soaptopia's artisan soap bars are all natural and handmade with the finest ingredients. The lineup consists of a variety of fun options, so there is bound to be something for everyone. The soap bars are all really beautiful and generously sized too, which is super nice.


Jazzy Blue: If you prefer scents that are light, and not super complex, I think you will like the simplicity Jazzy Blue's jasmine fragrance brings to the table. I think the guys will enjoy this one! ($6.95)


Lemon Rosemary: The crisp lemon scent compliments the rosemary perfectly. I would imagine this being a great bar to use during the spring and summer months, when citrus-scented body products tend to be in constant rotation. ($6.95)


Hippeee!: This soap bar is infused with patchouli, cedarwood, rose, and an exotic floral blend. Hippeee! is a nice soap to use during the autumn season, and a great pick for those who favor earthy scents. ($6.95)


Chai & Catch Me: This cinnamon, sweet almond and vanilla wonder is what's currently in my shower. I love how well this soap bar cleanses my skin without stripping it, and the warm scent of the soap pleasantly fills up my bathroom. ($6.95)


Pepperlyptus Rex: I am looking forward to using this soap as the winter approaches, since the peppermint and eucalyptus fragrance will be so appropriate then. ($6.95)


Make sure to head on over to Soaptopia to check out these soap bars as well as their other skin and body care offerings. Oh, and if you happen to be starting your holiday shopping soon, they also have amazing gift sets that wont disappoint!


What do you all think of Soaptopia's soap bars?


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