Butterfly Bliss Naturals: Artisan Soap and Scrub Review

Butterfly Bliss Naturals: Artisan Soap and Sugar Scrub Review + Giveaway

As regular readers will know, I am a fan of soaps, and even more so if they contain natural ingredients and are of a unique color and smell. Since I am a blogger, I spend much of my time on the internet.

Recently, I came across a company that hand makes artisan soaps and scrubs that is called Butterfly Bliss Naturals. When I originally saw their website, the first thing that caught my attention was the colorful butterfly.

The products featured in this post were provided to me free of charge courtesy of Butterfly Bliss Naturals, but this in no way will influence the review to follow and all opinions are my own.

I received a couple of soap’s and a scrub from Butterfly Bliss Naturals to review.

The first item that I tried were the soaps. I received a bar of the Rainbow Tiger Swirl which got my attention from its varying colors. The scent on the Rainbow Tiger Swirl is a Lemongrass and Palmarosa Essential Oil blend and is a crisp scent. The Spearmint and Eucalyptus which was not only visually appealing but smelled so crisp. This bar was a triple cream and the colors reminded me of the ocean. The third bar was called Body Grinds and was a Coffee & Cream, which has actual coffee grinds. The marbling of brown colors in this bar was simply perfect and reminded me of cream in a cup of coffee.

The other item that I received was an 8 ounce Lavender Whipped Sugar Scrub, which was a wonderful purple color and smelled so good. It can be hard to describe a smell, but I can tell you that I used this in a shower and it rinsed off easy, and made my shower smell good. There was no residue left on the shower floor or the walls, which was also a nice bonus. I also want to add that  a little goes a long way. I used about a 2 quarter’s size spot and that was more than enough.

Since I am such a fan of all items handmade items I has high expectations and I am pleased to say they fly along side the butterflies. Each soap smelled great, and even the box the product was mailed in smelled good. Each product is handmade in small batches, which makes each bath unique, and could cause small variances from batch to batch.

If you are looking for a beautiful to look at, good for you to use and over all good soap, head over to Butterfly Bliss Naturals.


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GIVEAWAY: Butterfly Bliss Naturals is giving 2 bars of their Artisan Soap to one lucky reader! (1) lucky winner will be selected at random to win (2) – Two Artisan Soaps of winner’s choice from the available scents at http://butterflyblissnaturals.com/artisan-soaps/  – This is a $14.00 value! I will be randomly choosing 1 person on February 3rd (2/3/2017) to receive this artisan crafted soap duo! Open to residents in the US only. To enter complete the entries below! Winner will be notified by DealsAmongUs by email and prize will be fulfilled by Butterfly Bliss Naturals. Remember you have 48 hours to claim prize, or I will choose another winner. GOOD LUCK!!!

Win 2 bars of Artisan Soap from Butterfly Bliss Naturals






61 thoughts on “Butterfly Bliss Naturals: Artisan Soap and Scrub Review

  1. Melissa Storms

    I really like patchouli scented soap. It’s funny because I don’t like patchouli scented eo but it works for me in soap.

  2. June S.

    I really like these two soaps; Spearmint & Eucalyptus Artisan Soap & Rosemary & Mint Artisan Soap.

  3. Mia Buchsein

    I find handmade soaps dont dry out the skin as much and that is esp important for me having eczema!

  4. Victoria Scott

    I love almond scent in pretty much everything. From soap to lotion to candles.

  5. Naomi

    I have yet to meet a handmade artisan soap I didn’t like! If I had to list favorites, though, sandalwood, patchouli, lavender, and peppermint would be at the top of the list.

  6. Nancy

    I like peppermint scented soap. I also like fresh linen/ clean cotton type scented soaps.

  7. Brooke Allen

    I think it would depend on the time of year. Maybe more fruity in the summer and peppermint near Christmas. Lavender would be good year-round at night though.


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