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Dirt sources its ingredients straight from the earth, so it’s no surprise that their signature body scrub is wholesome and downright appetizing. It polishes your skin while replenishing lost moisture with a blend of fine salt particles, fruit extracts, and essential oils. Both varieties smell sweet and pack plenty of exfoliating power—lemon leaf has a slightly coarse texture and is laced with raspberry seeds.
I really, really loved my tiny sample of this scrub. The smell was heavenly and it left my skin smooth and glowing. When I saved up enough points, I splurged on the full-sized scrub. But for some reason, my experience was not the same. The texture was thicker and didn't spread as easily as before. Maybe this has something to do with the winter weather? Perhaps the cold is causing the oils to solidify. I've put it away for now and hope to try it again later this summer.3
I like the way this smelled more than anything else! The scrub aspect was only alright. I didn't' get a great scrub out of it and didn't feel like it was a good exfoliator. However, the smell was relaxing and soothing. I think that I would like this more if I it was a bath oil than a scrub.3
This scrub smells great! It is also a great exfolliant and does moisturize. However, it is extremely oily. It is so oily, it makes the shower floor slippery when I use it. It also takes a significant amount of body-washing afterwards to clear the oil.
The packaging is also an issue. It is not sealed under the lid and paper cap. I ordered during the summer, and during delivery, the scrub melted to a complete liquid and leaked from the tub. There is plastic wrap around the outside of the lid, but it does not prevent leaking.
So, I absolutely love the way this stuff smells: really earthy & natural but also clean & fresh. If they could bottle this as a perfume, I'd be sold. But the actual exfoliating properties were minimal, as the salt dissolves on contact, & my boyfriend was annoyed at the raspberry seeds littering the bathtub afterwards. Salt scrubs are rarely worth the money to me; I feel like I may as well just make one myself. So while this product seemed really luxe & I enjoyed the scent, I don't think I would purchase it for myself.3
The smell was wonderful and invigorating, however it's very oily, oilier than anything I have ever tried in the past. It's definitely better used on someone with extreme dryness issues. I also felt the exfoliating qualities were not good. The scrub seemed to mostly disappear on my skin upon application leaving only the oil and the seeds.3
This product smelled AMAZING!!! My boyfriend came out the shower and said "Whatever is in that little jar that says dirt smells really good!." However, it left a very oily residue on my legs after I used it. I almost exclusively use exfoliators on my body before shaving, and having a residue means it clogs the razor! I've pondered using it on my arms instead, since I obviously don't shave my arms. However, I really feel that the residue would still bother me, even though I have very dry skin.3
This. Smells. Absolutely. Wonderful! Like sunshine and happiness. And I love that it's all natural. Which is why I was absolutely devastated when I used it. It's soooo oily! I know it's made with oils , but even using it on the driest areas of my skin it just left me feeling greasy. I ended up scrubbing and scrubbing with super hot water and still felt super oily. I ended up having to use something else to wash it off, which totally negated the fantastic lemon scent. Too bad. I was really excited for this.3
I am on the fence about this product. I like that it is natural and I love the citrus smell. I don't like the texture of it though. It feels like it is not worth to buy since you can make it at home. I do like the way it leaves your skin after using it.3
I get frequent spray tans, so I'm always exfoliating in the shower like crazy. This scrub had a delicious citrus scent and did its job, but the results were no better than my usual homemade scrub of sugar in the raw and olive oil. At $45 a jar, I don't think it's worth the splurge.3
Smelled nice, felt nice, but I didn't really see a difference in my skin.3