Product Review: Queen Charlotte Rice Flower & Shea Shaving Soap

February 27, 2011

Some of you may recognise this from my last post, and I was really excited to try it out when it arrived. 
I picked this scent based on one of the scents of the Queen Charlotte bath soaps and really had no idea what it would smell like until it arrived. When I opened the tub a faint and light smell hit me. Not nearly as strong as I would have guessed, like a very delicate fresh floral scent which I guess is the rice flower' though on the website it says it's a mixture of lily and hyacinth which I can definitely see. It's slightly similar to light baby powder. 
The first time I lathered it up I actually smiled as the scent really exploded. People talk about this happening a lot but I had never had it happen to such an extreme before. I could properly smell the notes in it and it was lovely and strong but not overpowering. It's not sweet at all though and not a heavy must either. It lathered easily and thickly and provided good cushion. As with all of my Queen Charlotte soaps, I constantly find these to be top performers. They take literally no effort to get a great lather from and the scents aren't synthetic at all. 
I took a photo of the lather is gives, though I'm not used to bowl lathering as I tend to lather on skin. None the less I call this one the "Jimmy Neutron". See if you can spot the difference!

- BE


Barber Eile's Blog said...

Thanks for your comment Stephen. However I would request that you do not embed sales links in your wording with little to no reliance to my post. Thank you.

Tele said...

I'm pretty sure BE doesn't use aftershave on HER face

Barber Eile's Blog said...

Not often Tele ;)

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