I am pretty certain that the large majority of females everywhere are familiar with the brand Yardley London considering that it is an inconic beauty brand and a cult-favorite. Since 1770, the House of Yardley London has created fine luxury soaps worthy of royalty. The tradition continues still today. I have a few different varieties I wanted to share with you today: Shea Buttermilk, Jasmine Pearl, and Cocoa Butter!
The bars are luxe and perfection and still remind me of my mother and my grandmother. The scents are classic and and beautiful. I know it sounds like I am gushing but there is a reason why Yardley has been around for so long, they are amazing. And extremely inexpensive.
Yardley London Shea Buttermilk Sensitive Moisturizing Bath Bar is a natural-inspired, moisturizing bath bar that combines extra gentle, sensitive skin benefits with natural botanicals. It is created with ingredients and botanicals known for skin caring benefits, creamy buttermilk and cham0mile soothes and conditions sensitive skin.
Yardley London Jasmine Pearl Bath Bar is a luxurious, boutique-inspired Fresh Jasmine Scent. Mother of Pearl extracts works to naturally brighten the skin tone. The Jasmin Pearl Bath Bar is infused with sesame oil to moisturize skin for a shower that will leave you feeling your most radiant. And it smells heavenly.
Yardley London Cocoa Butter Soap Bar is a luxurious way to soften and smooth dry skin, this enticing bath bar from Yardley delivers rich and creamy moisturizing properties with pure cocoa butter, shea butter and Vitamin E. I LOVE Vitamin E. The delicious, creamy scent and naturally moisturizing ingredients will leave your skin feeling pampered and soft.
As you can tell, I am a big big fan. Yardley has been around forever and will continue to be for years to come. The inexpensive price tag makes it an attainable luxury for everyone. What is your favorite scent?
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