The Body Shop • Shea Body Scrub • Scrubs
|Would buy this product again.||76%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Medium Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Hazel
I Love how my skin looks and feels after Ive used this!!! I mainly use this on my hands, and it's amazing the difference it makes! Nothing else has exfoliated my skin like this has, and I love the way the Shea butter in it, leaves a lovely dewy, moisturised look and feel to my skin. I Love it!!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Blue
I don't know if my product was off but this STANK! I had to toss it because the odor was so awful and it didn't fade at all. Although this has zero exfoliating properties, it is extremely moisturizing. I may repurchase in another scent but understand this is by no means a scrub. There are hardly any granules at all. If you want a good scrub, purchase Tutti Dolci Sugar Wafer Body Polish.
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I really enjoyed this scrub - it's quite different from my favorite TBS scrub, Cocoa. This scrub is fine grained and more like pretty fine grains you have to really rub in your hands first to get working. Just lathering it on semi-wet skin doesn't appeal as much, but adding water and then working into a creamy, light milk lather was perfect! My skin was left with a nice sheen and super moisturized without being too oily! Would purchase this scrub again. Comes in a big tub like all the TBS scrubs and is super easy to get into.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I was very dissapointed in this. I love the Body Shop, and I love the body butter in Shea, but this is an awful scrub. It's not very exfoliating at all- barely any little granules at all. The only thing I like about it is that it is pretty moisturizing with the oils. Of course, I may be a little spoiled- I just came off a tub of Philosophy's Amazing Grace salt scrub!
Age: 19-24 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
I got this in a swap. This left me with mixed feelings. Firstly the packaging isnt the best in the world; as with many of The Body Shop products, this comes in a tub which means you have to scoop this out with your fingers or a spoon or whatever, which actually isnt too big of a deal. The exfoliating properties of this scrub is amazing, it consists of tiny salt-like grains held together by presumably shea butter/oil. After rinsing, though, an oily film remains. I know this is supposed to be moisturing, but even for my dry skin it felt kinda weird and itchy. But after drying the oiliness goes away, and i still need to use a moisturizer. A kinda weird product, but if you ignore the parts that make you feel oily and gross, this is actually a really good exfoliator.