Haus of Gloi Litchi Milk Tea is described as “tart Lychee fruit and black tea met with a splash of coconut milk”, and this is exactly what you get. Disarmingly light and summery-feeling compared to many of Haus of Gloi’s offerings, this re-launched scent will be popular amongst many. The tart Lychee fruit dominates the fragrance, and the black tea hangs around in the background making sure things don’t get too sickly sweet. I’m not usually a fan of coconut in anything, but in Litchi Milk Tea it’s a mere whisper, and adds the summertime quality to the fragrance. It’s fruit with attitude. There’s enough tartness and interest in the scent to remind you that this is definitely a Gloi formula.
The light pink colour of the Bubbling Scrub perfectly captures the comparative lightness of this scent. Both the Pumpkin Butter and Bubbling Scrub have the usual excellent moisturising capabilities of all Gloi products.
I bought both Haus of Gloi Litchi Milk Tea Pumpkin Butter and Bubbling Scrub from the Haus of Gloi wesbite.