Soap & Glory is one of my favourite bodycare brands and I don't think that I'm alone as I'm yet to come across someone who doesn't like the affordable brand. In particular, I adore some of their body scrubs and have previously written a rave review of Sugar Crush Body Scrub (click here to read) so I was excited to try the Body Wash from the same line.
The packaging is in keeping with the brand's fun image thanks to the pink colour of the plastic bottle and bold use of font. Despite being pink, the bottle is sufficiently transparent so as to be able to tell how much product remains which I appreciated. I liked the functionality of the pump dispenser.
Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash has a creamy texture akin to a very lightweight lotion. I found it relatively easy to work into a generous lather, although a bath puff would help with this.
I'm a big fan of the Soap & Glory Sugar Crush fragrance, which is described as sweet lime and sugar, and this was no exception. I found it to be reminiscent of a summer cocktail and whilst it's sweet, it's not sickly. I found it uplifting but wouldn't necessarily say that it's energising. I didn't notice that the scent lingered on my skin following use. Likewise, whilst it's not especially drying, I didn't notice any nourishing benefits to my skin (despite the claims, I didn't really expect to) & I needed to moisturise following use.
I feel that at £6.50 for a generously sized 500ml bottle, Soap & Glory Sugar Crush Body Wash offers good value for money and I'd certainly consider repurchasing.