Lush Lily Savon is one of the newest summer soaps that Lush.com has added to their collection of handmade soaps.
After reading their online description of the soap, I was excited to give it a try. Lily is one of my favorite floral scents, so I truly thought that this soa would work magical scented wonders in my shower.
Sadly though Lily Savon failed to impress me. Out of the package Lily Savon had a very weak floral scent, that seemed to be lily mixed with citrus. It was a nice scent, had it of been more powerful. Unfortunatly I had to put the bar right up under my nose to even detect the subtle scent.
In the shower most Lush soaps activate, and give out a more powerful kick of scent. I was hoping Lily Savon would follow the footsteps of other lush soaps. No such luck though. Lily Savon gave off a weak scent just like it had outside of the shower.
The lather was also mediocre, with barely any suds. Even after washing with Lily Savon my skin felt the same. It wasn't soft, nor did it feel like I had gotten a full cleansing wash with the soap.
All in all Lily Savon has been by far one of the top most dissapoinitng soaps I have ever tried from Lush.
At $6.95 for a small 3.5 ounce hand cut bar of soap, I expecteda hell of a lot more than what it delievered.