Husband just liked this okay. Wouldn't buy again.
"I hate this! No lather, drying and overpowering. Not a happy purchase."
My thoughts exactly. I was expecting to love this and I didn't even like it :(
Oh nooo.... why the low ratings? This might just be my favorite soap... and I am speaking as a "soap freak". I love everything about this blue beauty, starting with that color... it is the most gorgeous clear aqua... and it stays attractive without falling apart no matter how small it gets. The scent is a clean mint... it's so yummy. And last but not least, this soap does not dry out my hands, it actually leaves them feeling soft and refreshed. Haven't tried it in the shower since I mainly like to leave this out in a fancy soap dish by the sink because I want it to last longer!
Really like this soap. Very refreshing scent. It's hard rather than creamy so it lasts longer than other Lush soaps. Also on the cheaper end of Lush soaps. Would buy again.
I just finished my first chunk of Ice Blue and I really enjoyed it! Ice Blue has a refreshing peppermint and sea salt scent -- very clean smelling. I think this is a great summertime soap, because after hot, sticky days outside, this is super refreshing. It's also a great post-workout soap! I find the smell of this lingers more on the skin than many other Lush soaps -- I smell minty fresh for a few hours after showering.
This is one of Lush's cheaper soaps. It's also a little harder than some other Lush soaps, so it lasts a while and doesn't melt away in just a few uses. I bought an $8 piece, cut it in half, and that $4 piece lasted me about a month with near daily use. This doesn't lather incredibly well, but it creates enough suds to make me feel clean. Some Lush soaps don't transfer well onto shower poofs, but I can use this one on a poof or just rub it right on my skin with no problems. I was excited about the sea salt that covers this soap, but the first time I got it wet it all fell down the drain, so don't expect a 2-in-1 exfoliating soap like Lush markets it to be. This soap also wasn't very moisturizing, but it didn't dry my skin out either.
Overall, this is a great unisex soap for anyone who likes minty scents. After I use up my other half, I will be getting Ice Blue again!
I hate this! No lather, drying and overpowering. Not a happy purchase.
I really liked the smell and its quite nice when showering. The product really lathers if you use a bath sponge (I use the ecotools one), but I found the smell just disappeared after.
This soap smells good but it's kind of a masculine scent..it smells very minty. Its bright blue colour makes it look gorgeous. Just like other LUSH soaps, it is not very moisturizing and the scent doesn't linger on my skin. I wouldn't repurchase this soap.
I had high hopes for this soap, but I was VERY underwhelmed! I think the pretty, ice blue color is what really drew me in. I thought this was going to be the bar soap equivalent to Dr. Bronners peppermint liquid soap: minty, invigorating, tingly. The scent was barely noticable mint, no invigorating sensation, no minty tingle. The soap isn't very moisturising, and for LUSH prices I don't think this soap is worth it. I'll go back to Dr. Bronners or Jay Design Pear Mint bar soap.
Gives a cooling sensation, but not too noticeable. It lathers nicely if you do it with a bath sponge/loofa, but as a soap on it's own, not really. I didn't really like the smell... I bought it under the premise it'd be invigorating, as is a lot of menthol/minty/icy based soaps, but nah. Kind of underwhelming, and I wouldn't buy it again. It's decent as a soap... but to pay Lush prices for this, I'd rather pass.