Gonna Find Out Who’s Naughty Or Nice | The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas 2019 Range

As you probably already know, I absolutely love Christmas, as I love all of the different and delicious smelling Christmas ranges that get released. That’s why when I saw that The Yorkshire Soap Company had released their Christmas 2019 range whilst I was out Shopping a couple of weeks ago, I obviously had to check it out. Well after giving everything a good sniff, I eventually picked up the Christmas Tree Tin Candle, a block of the Clementine Soap, a block of the Lump of Coal Soap, and the Yorkshire Christmas Tin Candle, and I thought that I would tell you what I thought of them.

Here’s what The Yorkshire Soap Company say about all four delicious smelling products.

The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas Tree Tin Candle.

Capturing the quintessential charm of frost covered Woodland and cosy nights spent around the Tree, this eco-friendly, naturally fragranced Candle will fill you with Christmas Cheer. With a 40 hour burn time, you can transform your Home into a Winter Wonderland for longer this season!

Wrap up warm and take a stroll through Winter Wonderland sprinkled with Snow. This fresh, homely scent will transport your senses to Christmas Mornings gathered round the Christmas Tree. A blend of invigorating Eucalyptus and earthy Fur and Rosemary, this jolly, woody and captivating fragrance is made with natural extracts.

The Yorkshire Soap Company Clementine Soap.

If Santa thinks you’ve been good all year, then he’ll place an Orange in your Stocking for Christmas.

Celebrate all those that have been good this year with our juicy Clementine Soap. Scented with fruity festive Orange Fragrance for the perfect reminder that you’re loved one is on Santa’s Good List! Expertly made in our Christmas Soap Kitchen and designed to leave your Skin feeling silky soft and festive!
Whats better than finding out you’re on the Nice List this year? The sharp sweetness of a Clementine Orange brings out the festive spirit, with powerfully softening Vegetable Glycerine to leave your Skin feeling refreshed.

The Yorkshire Soap Company Lump Of Coal Soap.

If Santa thinks you’ve been bad all year, then he’ll place a lump of Coal in your Stocking for Christmas.
For all those that have been naughty this year, our Charcoal infused Lump of Coal Soap is the perfect reminder that you’re loved one is on Santa’s Naughty List! Expertly handmade in our Christmas Soap Kitchen and designed to leave your Skin feeling silky soft and festive!

It may be a lump of Coal, but this Soap has secret super powers. Blended with Activated Charcoal to soothe and heal the Skin and gentle Vegetable Glycerine to leave it feeling silky soft. The smoky Sandalwood fragrance is perfect for this naughty festive treat!

The Yorkshire Soap Company Yorkshire Christmas Tin Candle.

Capturing the quintessential charm of frost covered Moores and warm cosy nights spent around the Tree. This eco-friendly, naturally fragranced Candle will fill you with Christmas Cheer. With a 40 hour burn time, you can transform your Home into a Winter Wonderland for longer this festive season.

Melt away the frost of Winter with this warm, homely scent that will transport your senses to Christmas Evening spent round the Fire. A blend of sweet Cinnamon, zingy Orange and Festive Spices, this jolly, woody and captivating fragrance is made with natural extracts.

A short cylindrical silver tin with a bright pink label that has The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas Tree Tin candle written in bold white writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas Tree Tin Candle.

The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas Tree Tin Candle.

It’s scent.

I absolutely loved it’s scent, as even though it contained Soy Wax, Eucalyptus Oil, Fur Balsam Oil, and Rosemary Oil, I thought that it had a delicious fresh and grassy yet ever so slightly woody Pine scent to it that kind of reminded me of walking through a Pine Forest on a cold Winter’s Day.

It’s scent throw.

I really liked it’s scent throw, as this managed to fill both my Room and the entire top floor of my House with it’s delicious fresh and grassy yet ever so slightly woody Pine scent that lasted for hours even after I had blown it out.

It’s burn time.

It said that you were supposed to get up to 40 hours of burn time out of this, but as I always kept my Wick trimmed, I easily got at least 50 hours of delicious fresh and grassy yet ever so slightly woody Pine scent out of it.

A large circular orange shaped block of bright orange soap with a bright green leaf on top of it, on a white background.

A picture of The Yorkshire Soap Company Clementine Soap.

The Yorkshire Soap Company Clementine Soap.

It’s scent.

I absolutely loved it’s scent, as even though it contained Glycerin, Sucrose, and Sweet Orange Oil, I thought that it had a delicious sweet and zesty yet ever so slightly delicate Orange scent to it that kind of reminded me of the scent you smell whenever you walk past a pile of Clementines in a Supermarket at Christmas.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had held it under some running Water for a couple of seconds and had started to massage it into my Skin, it started to create an incredibly thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy lather that spread really easily across my Hands.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly squeaky clean ,silky soft, smooth, bouncy and intensely moisturised, but it also left it smelling of delicious sweet and zesty yet ever so slightly delicate Orange for at least ten minutes after I had used it.

A large shiny black angular piece of charcoal shaped block of soap, on a white background.

A picture of The Yorkshire Soap Company Lump of Coal Soap.

The Yorkshire Soap Company Lump Of Coal Soap.

It’s scent.

I wasn’t really a massive fan of it’s scent, as even though it contained Glycerin, Sucrose, Activated Charcoal, and Sandalwood Oil, I thought that it had a very deep and woody yet ever so slightly smokey Sandalwood scent to it that kind of reminded me of the smell of burning Leather.

What it did when I used it.

I really liked what this did when I used it, as once I had held it under some running Water for a couple of seconds and had started to massage it into my Skin, it started to create an incredibly thick and creamy yet ever so slightly balmy lather that spread really easily across my Hands.

It’s results.

I really liked it’s results, as not only did this leave my Skin feeling incredibly squeaky clean, silky soft, smooth, bouncy and intensely moisturised, but it also left it smelling of very deep and woody yet ever so slightly smokey Sandalwood for at least ten minutes after I had used it.

A short cylindrical silver tin with a black label that has The Yorkshire Soap Company Yorkshire Christmas Tin Candle written in bold white writing on it, on a white background.

A picture of The Yorkshire Soap Company Yorkshire Christmas Tin Candle.

The Yorkshire Soap Company Yorkshire Christmas Tin Candle.

It’s scent.

I absolutely loved it’s scent, as even though it contained Soy Wax, Cinnamon Leaf Oil, Sweet Orange Oil, and Festive Spices, I thought that it had a delicious deep and spicy yet ever so slightly zesty Orange scent to it that kind of reminded me of a Cinnamon and Orange Cookie.

It’s scent throw.

I really liked it’s scent throw, as this managed to fill both my Room and the entire top floor of my House with it’s delicious deep and spicy yet ever so slightly zesty Orange scent that lasted for hours even after I had blown it out.

It’s burn time.

It said that you were supposed to get up to 40 hours of burn time out of this, but as I always kept my Wick trimmed, I easily got at least 55 hours of delicious deep and spicy yet ever so slightly zesty Orange scent out of it.

My overall thoughts.

Overall I would have to rate The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas Tree Tin Candle a nine out of ten, The Yorkshire Soap Company Clementine Soap an eight point five out of ten, The Yorkshire Soap Company Lump of Coal Soap a seven point five out of ten, and The Yorkshire Soap Company Yorkshire Christmas Tin Candle a nine out of ten. I really liked The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas Tree Tin Candle, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious fresh and grassy yet ever so slightly woody Pine scent, it’s scent throw, and it’s burn time, but as i’m usually not really a massive fan of Pine, I could only have it burning for a couple of hours at a time before it started to get on my nerves. I really liked The Yorkshire Soap Company Clementine Soap, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious sweet and zesty yet ever so slightly delicate Orange scent, what it did when I used it, and it’s results, but I would have just liked it to have smelt a little bit more of Orange. I really liked The Yorkshire Soap Company Lump of Coal Soap, as I absolutely loved what it did when I used it, and it’s results, but I unfortunately just wasn’t a massive fan of it’s deep and woody yet ever so slightly smokey Sandalwood scent. I really liked The Yorkshire Soap Compant Yorkshire Christmas Tin Candle, as I absolutely loved it’s delicious deep and spicy yet ever so slightly zesty Orange scent, it’s scent throw, and it’s burn time, but I just wish that it was part of their main range.

If you would like to check out any of The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas 2019 range for yourselves, then you can either pop into your local The Yorkshire Soap Company store, or you can find it online here.

Have you checked out any of The Yorkshire Soap Company Christmas 2019 range yet? What did you think of it? What’s some of your favourite Christmas Soaps? Please let me know down below.

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Luke x

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