Packaging and appearance
I was sceptical before using the Whipp Soap. I thought it would take me a few minutes before I can build up a foam as fluffy as they show in the pictures. But, once I fished it out of its resealable foil packaging, I saw that it included a handy net pouch, which helped create a luxurious lather. Also, because of that pouch, I didn’t need to worry about melting the bar with excess water. Instead of placing the soap after use on a tub holder, I simply hung it to let it air dry.
The packaging for the other two SNAILWHITE products is also pretty and straightforward. Unlike the soap, they were in a box with minimal designs that stuck to their signature white-pink-and-grey colour scheme. But what they perfectly achieved on the outside, they overdid on the inside. Their boxes had unnecessary flaps inside that made the products quite a task to pull out.
But the struggle didn’t end there. I was expecting the SNAILWHITE Moisture Cream to be a regular tub of moisturiser, but what greeted me when I removed the cover confused me. Maybe it’s just me, but it probably took me around five minutes to figure out that I was supposed to push the top to dispense the cream. A short note on the box really would have been helpful. Additionally, it took me around three more tries before I perfected the amount of pressure I applied so it would dispense just the right amount.
Thankfully, the CC Sunscreen was far easier and more convenient to use. It came in a pump bottle — exactly what liquid bases should be in. The pump was great in that it helped me control the product I dispense easier.