This soap has a luxurious feeling to it and a rich texture. I think this is due to the shea butter, sweet almond oil, Vitamin E, and aloe vera that is in it.
I lathered it up with a loofa/pouf and used it on one side of my body while I used this company's body wash on the other side of my body. Both products lathered up nicely; this lathered up almost as much as the creamy body wash that I was using.
This product has a light flowery scent, but it is so strong when you are using it that it fills the room. After you are done washing with this soap and rinse and dry off, you can still smell it on your skin a little bit.
The scent filled the small enclosed shower that I was using and also spread into the rest of the bathroom.
The soap lathered up really well and worked great with the shower pouf. Based upon how much I used in this one shower, I would not be surprised if a bar of soap lasted for 6 months or so.
I did only use the soap on one side of my body and the creamy body wash by this same company on the other side of my body. When I got out of the shower, I did not tell my husband which side was which and asked him to feel my arms. He stated that he couldn't feel a difference between either of them. He knew something was different because I was asking him to test it; however, he said that both arms felt very soft and smooth.
The soap did not leave any residue on me that I could tell.
Principessa Beauty did an excellent job packaging this soap and everything about this product, from the bow on top of the box, to the box itself to the plastic wrapped bars of soap, say "this is quality". The pink box is a little over 4" wide by 3" long by 2.5" deep. As soon as you remove the cover from the box, you can smell the soap inside.
When I first saw the pink packaging, I couldn't help but think of Mary Kay products. Back in the 1980s and 1990s, Mary Kay products were pink. In fact, I think they had been pink since the company started decades earlier because Mary Kay wanted them to be pretty and stand out in the bathroom and most bathrooms were white back then.
I was wondering why Principessa Beauty chose to use pink for their packaging, so I went to their website. They have a page titled "Psychology behind the color pink", where they talk about what the color pink evokes in people and the type of people who like pink. While I'm not sure that I agree totally with all that they stated, I will agree the color pink can be tranquilizing, much as this soap can be when you use it.