Ever have an item that just doesn't want to look on camera like it does in real life? This soap was a pain in the butt to photograph. No matter what I do (natural light, artificial light, switching cameras, photographing it in different rooms, photographing it outside) it looks pale and sickly, like there's a thin white film over it that I can't see with my naked eye. It's a shame because this guy is actually a lovely rich shade of lime green with some royal blue swirled in. I decided to resort to the trick I used when I reviewed Frayed to Order (photographing against the light) and it helped, but just a bit. If I were any good with Photoshop, I might've edited it for accuracy, but as this isn't a color cosmetic, I didn't think it would be worth the effort.
Now that I'm done ranting about the fact that this soap is beautiful, but not photogenic, I'll dive into the things about Lux Naturals's Blackberry Sage soap that actually matter.