Bronnley - English Heritage Collection: Nature's Kitchen Soaps

You must have read my review of the Bronnley RHS Rose Soap earlier. Bronnley have been creating luxury soaps and toiletries in the UK since 1884. Their products are based on traditional family recipes and inspired by nature. I love their soaps and toiletries and recently got the chance to try out products from their Nature's Kitchen range.

The Nature's Kitchen range features single soaps including herbs from the garden. There are 3 products in the range - Rosehip Soap, Applemint Soap and Thyme Soap. I tried out all of them.

Rosehip - This one has a fruity floral scent. It is a lovely combination of wild rosehip and red rose petals with fruity green floral notes. The base note is sweet  with elements of musk and amber. I loved the fragrance.

Applemint - With herbal top notes of peppermint and spearmint and sweet base notes of musk and woody notes, this soap has a fresh fruity scent. There is also a crisp apple fragrance.

Thyme - This one was the most herbal of the lot and had dominant spice notes. Thyme is the dominant note while you also have the long-lasting notes of amber, sandalwood and cedar.

All the soaps are enriched with sweet almond oil and cleanse gently without stripping the skin of its natural moisture. It is the fragrances that make these soaps stand out. My favourite was Rosehip while Mr. H preferred Applemint. If you love herbal fragrances, then this range is for you. Along with the fragrances you also benefit from the therapeutical properties of the key ingredients used in the soaps. Priced at £3.50 each, these soaps can be picked up online at
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