Soap & Glory The Righteous Butter vs. Sol De Janeira Brazilian Bum Bum Cream

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*Sol De Janeira is certified cruelty-free according to Ethical Elephant but Soap & Glory is NOT. Both of these products come in tubs with a twist off top. We liked the smell of Soap & Glory better, which smelled like a retro perfume. Bum Bum Cream reminded us of a spiced cookie or baking ingredients. BBC is slightly thicker but both formulas moisturized well and felt good on the skin. Depending on which smell you prefer, we would definitely recommend trying the Soap & Glory. For only $15 for a 10 oz tub, you can't go wrong.

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