It's finally here!! It's Blogmas Day 1! And as someone who gets incredibly excited about all things Christmas related I've been looking forward to getting myself and my blog into the festive spirit for weeks now and there really was no better way than to attempt my very first Blogmas (ie. blogging every day up until Christmas). If you saw yesterday's post on my bloggers Secret Santa gift then you might already know that I'm a little nervous about blogging every day, particularly as I only normally blog three times a week on Wednesday's, Friday's and Sunday's but Blogmas is definitely worth pushing myself for. And as soon as I started thinking about what I would like to write about for the first day of Blogmas I immediately knew what would work perfectly; some of my favourite Soap & Glory gift sets from this year.
If you haven't already, I seriously recommend making a trip to your local Boots store or checking out the selection online as Soap & Glory have done it again and hit it out of the park when it comes to their Christmas gifting offerings. Basically if you're a fan of the brand or know someone who is, then you'll probably do what I did when I first saw the display of them in store and react rather favourably (I think I might have actually shrieked a little when I first saw them on the shelves).
I've got two of my favourite gift sets of theirs to feature today but don't worry, Soap & Glory will definitely be making several appearances in my Blogmas posts throughout the month. So let's get onto the gift sets themselves;
You've probably heard me rave about Soap & Glory's body butters on more than one occassion before and if like me you're a fan of how nourishing these body butters are then this is the set for you. Comprising of three 50ml tubs of Soap & Glory's body butter bestsellers, the Three Times Butter set makes for the perfect gift and at under £10 (it's £8, as is the other set in this post) it works so well for any Secret Santa or Stocking Filler buying too.
First up there's my new favourite Soap & Glory scent; Smoothie Star. It honestly smells just like brown sugar and almonds, with a bit of a mix of vanilla as well. Then there's Sugar Crush and we all know my feelings about that particular fragrance. I reviewed both the body spray and the body lotion back in June. This takes the notion of brown sugar and vanilla to the next level as zesty and energising sweet lime mixes with those scents to make Sugar Crush as well loved as it is. And last but not least there's The Righteous Butter. This is the classic Soap & Glory scent and will forever be one of my favourites. To find out why I adore it as much as I do, be sure to check out my ode to The Righteous Butter post.
And this might be my favourite Christmas gift set of the year! Fans of the fantastic Hand Food will be over the moon to find out that not only do they have a Christmas gift set dedicated entirely to it but there's two new additions to the Hand Food range included as well. Up until very recently you have only been able to find the wonder that is Hand Food in it's original form which is Original Pink. This basically smells just like The Righteous Butter but even better, if that's even imaginable. But this set, entitled Winter Wonderhand (how brilliant is that name?) contains the newly released Sugar Crush Hand Food and a Smoothie Star Hand Food and this can't even be bought on it's own. Again, you'll know which scent you love and it's ideal for Secret Santa or Stocking Filler gifting. It would also work really well if you wanted to break it up into three separate little additions to someone's stocking or present pile.
And why not take advantage of Boots' incredible 3 for 2 across all Christmas gifts too. That way you can do a spot of Christmas shopping and even treat yourself to a little gift set as a reward for enduring the increasingly busy shops.
So what do you think of the two Soap & Glory Christmas gift sets that I've included in today's post? Have you got a favourite Soap & Glory product or products? And have you started your Christmas shopping yet?