I know that this is a gimmick but I’m completely up for it! I’m not sure I’d buy it for myself as a beauty routine item, but I’d certainly buy it as a gift. Diamond Soap (there are other versions of this idea) is a handmade, fair trade, not-tested-on-animals soap – my variant is raspberry which smells lovely. More of a raspberry milkshake than a bowl of fresh, but nonetheless, perfectly fruity and pleasant.
Hidden inside – hence the knife, because I’m about to hack this to pieces in the interests of review – is a piece of jewellery. One of the big sells on this is that randomly, you could find yourself with a jewellery item worth £250, as each batch has genuinely has one or two, but chances are that you won’t.
So, there it is. Wrapped in a tiny plastic bag (don’t let your babies or young kids near this) looking all shiny and perfect is a really pretty ring. It’s far better than I was expecting, to be honest, and it’s labelled as silver.
I think that’s really sweet – I’d wear it, and I’d be happy to gift this knowing that what’s inside is a very decent item. I think we’ll see a lot more of Diamond Soap and variants of in the coming year, but I’m not sure we’ll see it done this well.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
If your interest is piqued, Diamond Soap is £22.95 HERE (and there is an option for an ear-ring soap, too).
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