Sunday, November 9, 2014

Fresh Beauty The Original Brown Sugar Body Polish: Review

Disclaimer: Product featured was provided for review.
Fresh Beauty The Original Brown Sugar Body Polish: Review
Boy do I love a good body scrub! Coming home at the end of the day and being able to slather myself with a thick and yummy scrub, exfoliating away all the rough skin and stress is such a nice feeling. In fact, out of all the skincare products, I go through body scrubs the quickiest!
So today, I want to review for you The Original Brown Sugar Body Polish ($45 CAD for 200g) from Fresh Beauty. To read more, click.......
Fresh Beauty The Original Brown Sugar Body Polish: Review
The Original Brown Sugar Polish
Key Ingredients:
  • Brown sugar
  • Sweet almond oil
  • Apricot kernel oil
  • Jojoba seed oil
  • Evening Primrose oil
  • Ginseng root extract,
  • Grapefruit, lemon, orange, bergamot oil
The brown sugar particles are quite large compared to the mushy brown sugar you would use for baking. In fact, the individual particles are comparable to large sea salt crystals. Because of its heavier and bigger size, the brown sugar settles completely to the bottom of the jar and the oils float on top. Before each use, you have to either use your finger or a spatula of some sort to mix the oils and sugar together for a more even mixture.
The scrub has a subtle refreshing citrus scent and is very moisturizing because of the oils in the ingredients. The brown sugar crystals are quite rouge so perhaps if you have super sensitive skin, they might feel a bit abrasive. However, I personally like the scrubbing the sugar gives.

This is one of the chunkiest sugar scrub I have tried. The rich oils in the scrub leaves my skin moisturized and soft after use but I do wish the scrub was more emulsified and thus doesn't require stirring prior to each use.

Fresh is available online and in stores at Sephora.
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