I’m so not a morning person, so the one way I get my motor running in the morning is with an invigorating shower that includes lovely body care — soaps, scrubs and washes. One of my favorite scrubs to date (just emptied it) is Lumene Arctic Spa Body Scrub.
Here are the details for Lumene Arctic Spa Body Scrub $14.99:
The skin-renewing granules of the Body Scrub help to gently exfoliate dead skin cells and stimulate the micro-circulation within the skin, leaving it glowing and radiant. Arctic Spa Body scrub contains moisturizing, soothing and nourishing Nordic cotton extract. Soft cotton fragrance. Formulated without Parabens, Formaldehyde Donors, Mineral Oil, Synthetic Colorants.
Why it’s a must have:
With spring in the air and summer around the corner, it’s so important to have smooth and glowing skin. So, I love a body scrub that not only smells great, but gently and effectively exfoliates my skin. That’s exactly what Lumene Arctic Spa Body Scrub does. Lumene Arctic Spa Body Scrub is a fine exfoliant, not at all harsh on the skin. It also has a creamy consistency, which gives it a luxurious feel even without emulsifying with water. The scent is of cotton, but smells rather powdery and soft to me. It’s not at all overbearing and does not interfere with any fragrance you may be wearing for the day.
The exfoliating granules in Lumene Arctic Spa Body Scrub are fine so that the scrub is not at all abrasive on the skin. It also rinses clean without leaving a residue on the skin. After rinsing and drying off, my skin is moist and smooth. So much so that I almost feel like I don’t need a body moisturizer.
Pro: Gentle yet effective exfoliant, moisturizing
Buy Again: Yes
Packaging: 4 Blings
Overall: 5 Blings
Hero Ingredients: Sweet Almond Oil, Avocado Oil
Cruelty Free: Yes
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