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Call us skincare snobs, but we hold our products to a gold standard. Luckily, this pampering scrub meets our demands with none other than real 24-karat colloidal gold (which apparently does something to help stimulate cell turnover, but we just think it sounds cool). The result of using this luxe natural exfoliator is super-soft skin and, of course, bragging rights that even your beauty products are blingin’.
I really liked this product. Made me feel like I was using something truly luxurious!4
It works well, but it's nothing all the more special than any other scrub.3
It's kinda pricy for a body scrub, or I would have purchased by now.5
This product definitely works! After using it, my skin felt so smooth and soft. However, I feel like it requires a lot of product in order to cover the entire body and the price is a little steep for how much you're getting.4
Liked the polish, but just too expensive to use on a daily basis.4
I love the scent, and it's a nice oil, but I generally try to avoid sugar scrubs as I have been told they're not the best for collagen.3
Calling this product a scrub is a joke. It did absolutely NOTHING for me as far as exfoliating my skin was concerned. However, it worked incredibly well as a moisturizer. I was given a very tiny sample (which also annoyed me because I felt I didn't get enough product to try for my whole body) but was able to use it on my hips and legs and could feel the oils immediately start to moisturize those areas. It stayed after towel-drying and never felt greasy. My legs felt amazing for the rest of the night and they continued to feel soft for two days after the initial application. I also enjoyed the scent of it as well. I would definitely buy this to use as a moisturizer at the end of my showers and instead of lotion, but as an exfoliator it fails miserably.3
I was not happy about the residue that this left on my skin. It was not pleasant.2
I really liked this product. It would make a fun gift as well. A little more expensive than what I would pay for a body polish though...5
I really hate scrubs that leave a "film" of grease behind. This isn't as bad as some i've tried, but I still felt that gross layer of "moisturizing" product left behind.1