I hadn’t heard much of the Bath & Body Works Peach Bellini Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap, but I gave it a try because a quick sniff in the store made me fall for it.
And I only came to love it more when I used it at home. This soap smells like a delicious drink! I couldn’t get over how yummy this smells!
Every single time I washed my hands with this, I wished that I could have a refreshing beverage that tasted as good as this smelled!
I’m not usually the biggest peach-scent lover, but because this is mixed with apricot and mango, I think it smells incredible.
This is a soap that’s worth checking out if you like fruity and/or cocktail-scented soaps!
Bath & Body Works Peach Bellini Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap Pictures
Bath & Body Works Peach Bellini Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap Ingredients
√ Blend of juicy peach, white apricot & fresh mango
- Name: Bath & Body Works Peach Bellini Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap
- Amount: 236 mL (8 fl. oz.)
- What I Paid: 7 for $25 CAD (on sale – goes on sale very often, so I suggest never paying retail for it)
- Where to Buy: Bath & Body Works stores & Bath & Body Works website
Bath & Body Works Peach Bellini Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap Review
The Bath and Body Works Peach Bellini Anti-Bacterial Deep Cleansing Hand Soap smells exactly as enticing as the name sounds. The peach is noticeable, but it’s blended expertly with apricot and mango, so the scent is lively, fresh, and oh-so-yummy!
I find that a lot of peach scents can have that fuzzy-peach-candy smell, but this one is sparkling and lively instead. Love it!
This is a scent that’ll make you wish you could drink the soap! (Haha, please don’t drink the soap, no matter how tempting it is.)
The fragrance smells the strongest during the actual washing, but it’s not crazy strong, just strong enough so you can enjoy it easily. After you rinse and dry your hands, the scent lingers only very faintly. It’s not strong enough to compete with an eau de parfum you may be wearing.
Since this is “Deep Cleansing”, I found that it worked harder to clean my hands faster than the other formulas offered by Bath & Body Works.
However, I find that this is pretty drying because it has the little exfoliation beads in the gel, too. If you use this, make sure you moisturize your hands afterwards.
I like the compact, no-nonsense design. And the pump easily dispenses the amount of product I need.
According to the label, this wasn’t tested on animals, so people who are looking to support cruelty-free products will be happy with this one.
This one came out in time for the summer, and I believe this is a scent that’s only offered during the summer. Not sure if it’ll be brought back next year, so if you like it, it’s a good idea to stock up. (I’m thinking about getting more of this one. It has quickly become my favourite.)
The awesome thing about the Deep Cleansing formula is that you really only need a bit of it to go the distance. This means that unlike the Foaming hand soaps by Bath & Body Works, this one gives you more bang for your buck. I find that I don’t have to replace this soap in my bathroom nearly as often as the Foaming ones.
Final Verdict: 9.5/10
This has quickly become a favourite hand soap of mine, but I only have this one bottle. I’m thinking about stocking up so I can enjoy this even in the fall.
If you like fruit-scented hand soaps or soaps that smell good enoug to drink (haha, don’t do it!), you’ll love this as much as I do.
Which is your favourite hand soap from Bath & Body Works? Have you tried any of the new fall scents?