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Whether your self-tanning efforts have gone terribly splotchy or you’re battling reoccurring dryness, consider this exfoliating scrub. The sulfate- and paraben-free body wash sloughs away dead skin cells for smooth, silky skin that’s ready for a faux glow. Bonus: The formula is gentle enough to use on your face.
This product left my already dry skin feeling overly dry. Scent was nice.1
I'm not a fan of this line of products, they smell way too strongly for use. This also made my skin itch. Donating my sample to a friend.1
This is a good product but I already use something similar1
I thought the exfoliating part of the wash was too rough. My skin felt stinging afterwards....and not as smooth afterwards has it does from other products I have used.1
I usually like beachy/coconutty smells, but this smelt off to me. Like a plastic- Fake coconut smell. It was very off-putting. No.1
I did not care for the scent personally. I also did not like the exfoliating granules. I have sensitive skin and it just does not feel good on my skin. It irritates my skin. It's not for me, but I was glad I got to try it so I will know! :)1
Did not like the smell one bit. Thank goodness it did not last long.1
The scent is not at all pleasing. I like my body washes to be very foamy/bubbly but this one didn't produce much. I don't think it did anything extra for my skin either. It's a big, fat goose egg.1
Again, this is the second product that came in this months box that had an awful odor. The other product I received that reeked was the dangler.1
So, I should start off by saying being of Indian descent (dot not feather) I love all things coconut. But, there was somthing off about this scent. I liked the texture of the scrub but it really smelled like cooked or even burned coconut. I have cooked with coconut oil before and this smelled like what the coconut oil smells like after its been used and left to sit for a few hours before you wash it. Some people will disagree but this product was not for me.1