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Extract the Glory


One of the many things I love about my fellow psbloggers are their recommendations. I'm always on the lookout for new things to try to keep my skin looking healthy, and after the brutal winter I definitely felt like I needed an all over body cleanse. Enter the gorgeous Naomi.

Naomi tweeted about a body scrub she had tried and how it did absolute wonders, and this body scrub was Soap and Glorys' Pulp Friction. It sounded like the very thing I was looking for so thought I'd give it a try.
Just look at some of the ingredients: Fig powder, pumice, peppermint oil, lemonade tree liquid, orange waterjuice and (A, C & E) vitaminballs - I just knew this would do my skin the world of good and couldn't wait to try it! The scrub has little particles in it to really help you get rid of the residue normal soap doesn't, but it's lovely and foamy so doesn't feel rough at all (we've all tried those, right?! Where you literally feel like you're peeling away a layer of your skin), so it felt like a cleansing spa treatment in my own home!
I know it sounds ridiculous, but my skin felt so much better after rinsing. I felt like I had washed winter down the drain with my skin radiant, ready for warmer weather. The bonus was my skin felt great the morning after too, which wasn't something I was expecting from various experiences with other products of this nature.

So thank you lovely Naomi for recommending this fabulous scrub. It will be my regular "spa day" treatment from now on.

'til next time.


Love and hugs
Isha
xxx

Comments

  1. I use this as well. It's really good and it does make my skin softer. Lovely smell too. xx

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    1. It's become my Sunday treat. My skins feels so good after using it :) xx

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