Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Review

Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Hello everyone, I've got a review for you all today. In this post I'm going to be talking about Soap and Glory's Sugar Crush body scrub that was recently featured in my September favourites post. First off I'd like to say that I'm a massive fan of Soap and Glory products, they all smell amazing! This scrub is no exception, it has a very lovely, sweet lime scent.  I open this to smell it every time I'm in the shower, regardless of whether I'm going to be using it or not.

This is a very harsh scrub so I wouldn't really recommend this if you have very easily irritated skin. It contains sea salt, brown sugar and macadamia grains as exfoliatants so there is a good mixture of sizes of particles. This leaves my skin feeling really smooth but it can dry my skin out a little so I recommend using it in conjunction with a body butter. I use this twice a week, I did try to use it more often than this but it is quite harsh so less is more when it comes to using it.

Now onto value for money. This scrub is £8.00 for 300ml but I found that there wasn't really that much product actually in the tub and that there could have been a lot more. This scrub also disappears quicker than I was expecting it to. I've had it for just under a month and it's only got a third left! I'm a bit disappointed with it in that aspect as I was expecting it to last a bit longer than that considering I've only been using it twice a week.

Despite the fact that it's not the best value for money this is a really great scrub that I thoroughly recommend if you are looking for something to really get rid of dry/dead skin. I don't think I'll be repurchasing this any time soon as I want to try out a few more body scrubs but I can see this being a product that I'll come back to using.

What's your favourite Soap and Glory scrub?

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