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Fortune Cookie Soap Candy Aisle Collection
This Candy Land inspired bath and body collection might possibly have the cutest soaps ever!
Wednesday June 25 2014
When I first saw photos of Fortune Cookie Soap’s Candy Aisle collection I knew I HAD TO get my hands on some of the products. First of all, I LOVE candy and secondly the labels and soaps are cute.
Most of this Candy Land inspired collection quickly sold out, but thankfully they restocked on a pay day so I placed an order! Let’s get into these goodies…
I decided to try a FCS lip balm for $3.49. I bought it in Rock Your Socks Off which is a grape lovers scent of rock candy, pop rocks, Jolly Ranchers, and Life Savers. This isn’t my favorite lip balm ever, but I like that it contains coconut oil, shea butter, and cocoa butter.
I’ve come to love solid scrubs more than the usual messy ones you have to scoop out of containers. Not many companies actually make them, so I was thrilled that FCS now does. The scrub is almost the size of the palm of my hand and costs $10.99.
I purchased the scent The Sweet Spot which is fresh picked melon, strawberries, and peaches twisted with sour mandarin oranges and pineapple, all sprinkled with a touch of sugar. I’m loving this sugar scrub.
How stinkin’ cute is this Fortune Cookie Soap! It’s named Lollipop Your Cherry and costs $4.25.
This fragrance is described as cherries, cherries and more cherries swirled with vanilla, and a hint of orange and pineapple. I almost want to leave this out on my vanity because I love the pink lollipop and it would be a pity to ruin it in the shower.
Captain’s Berried Booty has to be the coolest fortune cookie soap they’ve ever created. It looks like a treasure map complete with X, sand, and a golden coin peeking out from the inside. This also costs $4.25
As if the fortune cookie one wasn’t enough, I spent $6.95 to get a matching bar soap. Captain’s Berried Booty (like an iconic breakfast cereal) has a crunchy, fruity, berry scent with powdery vanilla, raspberry and tonka bean notes. This big bar soap is so adorable that I haven’t brought myself to even use it.
The final product I purchased is dry shampoo that costs $12.99. That’s a little pricey, but I wanted to see how it compared to my favorite dry shampoo. I also wanted to see if I liked this powder formula better than a spray. This is easy to blend into all of your hair, not just the roots. I also love the Sweet Dreamsicle scent that is described as ripe pineapple livened with a splash of bright orange citrus and luscious vanilla cream.
With my order I received a free sample of Blow Me bath bomb. It smells like bubble gum with notes of lemon, berries and sugary goodness.
Overall Thoughts: While ordering fragrant products online can be difficult and risky, I’m happy with the Candy Aisle collection as a whole. My absolute favorite scent is Sweet Dreamsicle. It smells so delicious; I might have to order it in a shower gel or body butter. I’m also happy I received the sample that I did because Blow Me smells really good too. If I had to pick my least favorite it would be Captain’s Berried Booty because it’s more of a bakery fragrance than a candy one. To be honest, those soaps are too cute for me to really care though.