Soap & Glory; Blot Right Now

I adore Soap&Glory, their skincare works wonders for me and the few makeup products I’ve tried I’ve absolutely loved. Being apart of their #BabesofGlory team means that they kindly send me things to try, usually being new releases. The other day I received one of their pretty pink boxes filled with a whole load of skincare.

One of their newest releases is the Blot Right Now blotting paper for those who suffer from oily skin. The packaging is super slim and compact which of course is perfect for on the go and has a handy mirror inside. It guarantees 6-hour protection from oil and shine, meaning you probably won’t need to keep touching up too often. The product is extremely reasonable in price costing £4 for 30 sheets and because of it having a mirror inside it’d make the perfect pocket mirror once you’re done with the product. You can buy it straight from the Soap&Glory website or from Boots in-store or online where they tend to have offers on.

I don’t actually suffer from oily skin, in fact, my skin tends to be quite dry so I’ll be giving this to my friend to try out!

blot right nowblot right now packaging

In the package that arrived, I was also sent the Pore-Refining Sheet Mask which is just under £4. The sheet mask claims to help you achieve an instant poreless face, making you feel cool and refreshed. I tried some of their undereye masks which I was sent a while ago and absolutely loved the way they felt. I’ve not tried a sheet mask before, or any from Soap&Glory so I’m excited to see the results of this.

s&g facemask

And finally, to go along with the poreless theme in the package there was also the Fab Pore, a foaming facial washI am in love with their Vitamin C Facial  Cleanser and know that this calming, foaming cleanser will be a staple for me when I’ve run out of the vitamin C one. This costs £8 and is again available directly from Soap&Glory or from Boots.

fab pore cleanser

As always I’m super grateful to be gifted products from one of my favourite brands! Have you ever tried anything from Soap&Glory?

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*Items in this blog post were kindly gifted by Soap&Glory as part of their #babesofglory team, however all opinions are my own and are in no way biased*

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20 thoughts on “Soap & Glory; Blot Right Now

  1. I love soap and glory products and constantly have something of there’s on the go as they’re such reliable products! How do you become one of their #babesofglory team?

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  2. I’ve tried blotting papers before! I had some from The Body Shop and people swore by them and used to come in asking for them all the time. I can’t say I’d use them any more as my skin is so dry now but they’re such a great idea!
    Alice Xx

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  3. I’ve actually just started using some of Soap + Glory’s products. I went on a bit of a binge my last visit to Ulta lol I really love their scrubs/body exfoliator. I think I might try their Blot Right Now since I have oily skin. Really enjoyed your post!


  4. I’ve not tried soap and glory skincare before as I’m allergic to most products! I like the sound of the sheet mask though so I’ll have to go have a look and pray I’m not allergic! Hope you like the products!

    Liz x

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  5. I love Soap & Glory! I also don’t really suffer with oily skin but they do still have a great range of other products! I am using their hair mask at the moment and it’s lovely!

    Ellyn x | Life Of A Beauty Nerd

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