When I was in daycare, I met a girl who always ate the white glue. (I can’t remember her name, so let’s just call her Miranda.)
While the rest of us would use the popsicle sticks to smear the glue onto our art projects, Miranda was using them as spoons to scoop the glue from the bowl and then shovel it down the hatch.
Being curious, I asked her why she ate it, and I told her that it wasn’t food. She didn’t answer and helped herself to more before the daycare workers came and took away the bowl.
Why am I bringing this up? Sometimes I enjoy rambling! Haha…seriously, though, there is a point.
The first time I used the Bath & Body Works Pearberry Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap, it smelled so delicious that I wanted to eat it! (Of course I didn’t, though. The Miranda in me was very tempted…)
Bath & Body Works Pearberry Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap Pictures
Bath & Body Works Pearberry Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap Ingredients
- √ Leaves skin lightly scented
√ Smells of juicy pears & ripe forest berries
√ Cleans & kills germs
- Name: Bath & Body Works Pearberry Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap
- Amount: 236 mL (8 fl. oz.)
- What I Paid: $2.67 USD (I bought this during a 6 for $20 USD online sale & applied a 20% off coupon code.)
- Where to Buy: Bath & Body Works website & Bath & Body Works stores (available in-store for a limited time during the Semi-Annual Sale)
Bath & Body Works Pearberry Review
The Bath & Body Works Pearberry soap smelled really juicy, fresh, and fruity. There’s sweetness from the pear, and I was able to pick up on the berries, too. This is a delicious scent that smells very authentic, even if it’s synthetic.
Pearberry is really simple and not cloying. (If bakery-type scents are too heavy for you, this is a great alternative. It’s sweet without being heavy.) I’d go so far as to say that this fragrance smells bright – it reminds me of happy summer memories.
After washing your hands, it leaves behind a very mild fragrance that isn’t offensive at all. This is great because Pearberry won’t compete with your perfume, and men won’t be hesitant to use a soap that makes them smell ‘girly’.
This is the first time that I’ve tried anything from the Pearberry line, and because it’s so good, I’m thinking about getting the body mist and the shower gel. This is the kind of scent that’s a great pick-me-up.
Pearberry was my first time trying any pear scent, and I was surprised to find out that I don’t just like it, but I love the smell of pears!
Even though the Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing formula tends to be drying and harsh on my hands, I still like it. When my hands are greasy, this soap gets them clean.
There are little blue beads suspended in the peach-coloured gel. When you wash your hands, those beads exfoliate your hands. (This is what provides the ‘deep cleansing’.)
If you use this soap in the winter and wash your hands often, I highly recommend that you apply hand lotion after using this or your skin will be terribly dried out.
I’m not a big fan of the odd-shaped bottle – it looks clumsy. I would much prefer if it came in a rectangular bottle or a cylindrical one. But that’s a minor criticism because while I don’t like the packaging, I also don’t feel like taking off tons of points because of it.
The pump functions perfectly fine, and the lean, tall bottle silhouette means it won’t take up much space on your counter. I just feel that aesthetically, the bottle shape isn’t appealing.
Final Verdict: 9.5/10
If you’ve never tried the Bath & Body Works Pearberry Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap, you’re missing out big time! It has a scent that I think would be appealing to many people of all different ages. No wonder it’s in their “Classic” line!
Do you like this or any other products in the Bath & Body Works Pearberry line? Have you come across other beauty products that have great pear scents?