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March 23, 2015

Fortune Cookie Soap Wonderland Collection Review

I ordered a few things from the Fortune Cookie Soap Wonderland Collection release, and wanted to do a quick review of them! I was trying to be good, so I only ordered most of the scents as perfumes, and a couple shower steamers. But it was a great chance to really get a feel for the notes in the scents!

AboutFortune Cookie Soap is a bath and body shop, owned by Shannon and Justin, a wife and husband duo. They've done quite a bit of expanding in the past year, and have a quarterly subscription box, quarterly seasonal releases, quite a few limited edition collections, and they also have a Create Your Own, where you get to decide on the scent for products. They specialize in their namesake product, the fortune cookie soap, as well as, bath bombs, body butter, scrubs, hair oils, wax tarts, and all kinds of other bath and body products.


Perfume -


Futterwacken - "Sun warmed lilies brightened with a splash of grapefruit and a breath of fresh air."

I love grapefruit scents for the spring and summer, and with the lilies in this one, it keeps it from being too citrusy or sour. It's a fresher version of one of my favorite grapefruit scents.

It's Only A Dream - "Calming verbena, lemongrass, calla lily, and citrus blended with leafy greens, ylang-ylang, rosewood, and ozone; with hints of soft musk and roses."

I just love the florals in this scent, and the freshness from the citrus really gives this a spring feel. This might be one of my favorites from this collection, and it really shines as a perfume.

Off With Their Heads - "Groves of Meyer lemons and succulent oranges mingle with a perfectly manicured garden of wild roses, violets, and star jasmine perfumed with romantic tones of bergamot and Egyptian musk."

The florals really sweeten up the citrus from the Meyer lemons and oranges. It's quite lovely as a perfume, I like this one more as a perfume than the bath bomb.

We're All Mad Here - "Playful mint waters and natural leafy green notes perform a masterful balancing act with musky rich cedar wood."

You get a lot of the mint and green notes right up front. The cedar wood isn't really prominent, but seems to help balance out the scent. Probably my least favorite, but it's still quite good.

Who Are You - "A mysterious mixture of crisp, ripe, pear twisted with tart limes, vanilla orchid, and dash of raw cane sugar."

This was one of my surprise favorites from the Soap Box, and as a perfume it's just beautiful. You can really smell the pears, and the sweetness from the vanilla orchid and sugar. The pear does wear off quickly though, so you're left with mostly vanilla.

Steam Me Up Scottys - 


Futterwacken - "Sun warmed lilies brightened with a splash of grapefruit and a breath of fresh air."

As a shower steamer, this smells more like grapefruit than the body wash did from the Soap Box. More citrusy, which will be great for waking up in the morning.


It's Only A Dream - "Calming verbena, lemongrass, calla lily, and citrus blended with leafy greens, ylang-ylang, rosewood, and ozone; with hints of soft musk and roses."

Just like the lotion, this scent is extremely floral. But I also get a bit more of the citrus notes with the shower steamers.

Overall, I really liked this collection when I tried the Soap Box, and trying the perfumes is a great way to experience it. I do think there is a tiny bit too much citrus in the collection, but everything does feel very spring-like and fresh. I've pretty much always been happy with the perfumes from Fortune Cookie Soap, so I highly recommend them if you've never tried them. And I love the Shower Steamers, they are perfect for people who wish they took baths so they could use bath bombs. I think my favorite perfume scent is Who Are You, but Futterwacken might be a close second.

What did you think of the Fortune Cookie Soap Wonderland Collection? Let me know in the comments!

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