This scrub is great! It is the perfect mix of creamy and scrubby. I use it on dry skin before stepping into the shower and it feels fantastic -- the natural coconut husk is a great exfoliant and the creamy texture leaves my skin feeling soft, but not at all oily. I had previously tried (and hated) the shea srub because it was nothing but oil, but the coconut version is completely different. The smell is great too -- it smells like real coconut milk, not the usual super sweet fake coconut smell. Reminds me of the pina coladas in the Bahamas, which are made fresh and served in the coconut shell. Anyway, I find the smell is lovely to enjoy in the shower, but does not linger once I've dried off and applied lotion. (Which I like.) I also recommend the coconut body wash and the shea body butter.
I use this product over LM's powder foundation and like it a lot. It removes any cakey appearance and give an ever-so-slight dewy flawless face. Be warned though, a little goes a LONG way. I use a dot less than the size of an eraser, rub between my hands, and then pat it onto my face.
I have this in linen and LOVE it. I use it as a highlighter shadow (and then layer the chocolate eye basics color on my lower lid with the summer tan eye basics to go color over the chocolate - it looks fab!) These creme products are the first shadows I've ever used that do not crease even after a long day (and believe me, I've tried everything ... Dior, Bobbi Brown, MAC, the list goes on). It does take some practice to apply these shadows, but once you get the hang of it you'll love them.