Thursday 23 September 2010

Soap & Glory Flake Away Spa Body Polish

I have heard good things about S&G, they seem to have so many fans. So when I wanted to be lovely and smooth for my holiday I popped down to Boots and picked up Scrub of Your Life and can honestly say I was so disappointed when I used it. I hated the smell, so synthetically soapy and chemical, it was awful and really got up my nose. Using it made no difference to the softness and smoothness of my body and definitely didn't do anything for the bumps on my arms which was the reason that I had bought it. And the bobbly bits didn't even seem to dissolve. A real waste of my £6.50.

To the credit of Soap & Glory, when I complained about the product (I felt that strongly) they offered to send me Flake Away to try, and what a difference!

I love this product, it smells utterly gorgeous, sweet and feminine and actually works. Not as abrasive as a full sugar scrub but just enough to do the job. I now have THE most fabulously smooth, soft and silkiest body I have ever had. The ingredients of this skin smoothing spa body polish are - Shea Butter, sweet almond oil, peach seed powder, sea salt and sugar.

Highly recommended.

Flake Away is £6.50 for 300mls and is available from Boots, and Harvey Nichols.


  1. I agree I love Flake Away, I bought it as a small holiday size pot. I will now be investing in the larger size

  2. I love Soap & Glory in general, so really good to hear that Flake Away is a good buy.

    Have to say that if you want another S&G product to try then my ultimate favourite is "No Clogs Allowed". Yumminess for face masks!

  3. i love this product it smells delicious and works too, you can buy this in a trial size at about £2.50 in boots too which is a fab idea to try products
    everyone needs this scrub!

  4. I need a new scrub so this will be it!

  5. I adore the scent of S&G stuff. Have you tried the body gloss...oh my its divine!


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