Best of 2011: Beauty Basic

My top beauty basic of 2011 is a face scrub from Soap and Glory, a brand I am a huge fan of.

The scrub is called ‘ Scrub Your Nose in It’ and is absolutely lovely. It has a mentholly freshness to it and can be used as a scrub or applied a bit thicker and left on as a mask – it’s not one I have blogged about here for some reason (you know when something almost becomes such a staple that you forget to blog about it as it doesn’t feel like a discovery you want to rave about, just something you always use?) but I did talk about it in my skincare diary over on

Actually re-reading that post reminds me that another beauty basic well worth a mention is the No7 eye make-up remover that I go back to time and time again (I have a stack of £5 vouchers from my cheeky sale shopping that I will be using to stock up on this…)…

But anyway, beauty basic of 2011 for me has to be Scrub Your Nose in it from Soap and Glory. With an honourable mention going to No7 Eye Make Up Remover….



  1. January 3, 2012 / 11:05 am

    This scrub looks fab! Is the smell like any other Soap and Glory product?

    I have used St Ives scrub for years so might give this a try now.

    Happy New Year!

    Claire xx

  2. heidi
    January 3, 2012 / 8:36 pm

    I’m not too keen on this one, but I think it’s just because I don’t really like the S&G smell.

    Will definitely try the No.7 eye makeup remover though 🙂


  3. January 4, 2012 / 5:55 pm

    I am a fan of the Soap&Glory smell, I find it is a bit like Miss Dior Cherie… now I am sure I do not need another scrub, but surely a tube of this one can find its way to my Boots shopping basket!

  4. January 5, 2012 / 9:08 pm

    I haven’t used any Soap and Glory products before and I think this is now my chance to try one. I do not know if I am the only one but I find the brand “Scrub Your Nose in It” really funny. I wonder what the name entails. Let’s just leave it to its effectiveness.

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