Ingredients list. Seems pretty self explanatory. Plus there are all ingredients I've seen on soap labels before.
Directions! Simple enough. Wet skin, remove a piece of the jelly and rub on.
I love the color of the Pumpkin Spice jelly soap. It's a gorgeous coppery shade and it's shimmery too! It smells like everything pumpkin nd amazing that I want to eat all Fall season long!
I've got a little video to show you how squishy the soap is.
Ok, I pulled a chunk out. It's not as soft or slippery as I expected it to be. I had to scoop/rip it out. Though the only other jelly soap I have ever touched is from Lush so that's all I've got to base this on.
Alright, on to the trial test. I found the jelly soap didn't lather well. The chunk I pulled out barely dissolved and I had broke into smaller pieces of rubbery soap. I decided that I needed to give it another shot in the shower. I don't have pictures but I will tell you about that experience. I ripped out a larger chunk this time and it seemed to work a little better. Also the hot water made a little difference too. But I still had very little lather or bubbles happening and the bottom of my shower was littered with large pieces of jelly soap. So I wasn't really impressed with this product, I expected it to lather and dissolve better than it did. The scent was light and lingered for a short time so I did enjoy that. But after giving this product a few tries and having the same results I wouldn't purchase it again.