7 August 2014

D'Fluff Strawberry Shaving Soap Review

A picture of Lush D'Fluff Strawberry Shaving Soap
Shaving. It's not something bloggers talk about often, or hair removal in general, but it's something most of us choose to do and for me? It's the bane of my life! When you have dark hair, you can't leave it long before whipping out the razor again and often, that can leave my skin feeling irritated and dry. I've used hair removal creams, shaving creams, I even attempted waxing once (and told the girl after one strip if she came near me again, I'd scream) but everything leaves my skin feeling the same way. Step in Lush D'Fluff Strawberry Shaving Soap (£5.75)*

When D'Fluff landed on my door-step, I was a bit bemused. I've never used a shaving product in a tub before, and my first thought was "this doesn't look like much?". But after using D'Fluff as my primary product in shaving over the past couple of months, I can honestly say I'm smitten and I'd repurchase in a heartbeat. With fresh strawberries, cocoa butter, golden syrup, egg whites and coconut oil, D'Fluff is the kindest product for my skin I have ever used when shaving. It has a delightful almost candy-floss pink colour, with a silky, light-weight formula and a gorgeous and completely addictive scent of strawberries. I simply scoop a little bit of product out of the pot (around a 10p size for each limb), massage onto my skin and away I go! It helps get every last hair; I've noticed my skin in general feels smoother for longer since using D'Fluff, and it also really, really does wonders for my skin, leaving it feeling incredibly soft after every use. I also find the tub (I have the 70g one) lasts much longer than you'd expect, too! 

Is it sane to say you're in love with a shaving soap? Because I am. D'Fluff Strawberry Shaving Soap is available in two sizes; 70g for £5.75 and 150g for £9.95. 

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