Looking for a gentle exfoliant?
I share my thoughts with you on Sanctuary Spa’s Salt Scrub Bar.
Exfoliating seems an integral part of any beauty routine. I don’t know about you but if my skin is smooth and nourished I feel so much more confident and generally just better about myself.
I’ve tried all the harsh scrubs you can think of but sometimes I want to use something a little gentler on the skin. Although I do still want to feel as though the product has been effective and given the skin a proper buff.
Sanctuary Spa’s Salt Scrub Bar is amazing and here are 9 reasons why you should also incorporate this into your very own beauty routine.
Yet still removes and softens dry skin.
The scent is incredible
Fresh with an almond scent.
Good for the environment! Being a huge nature and animal lover this bar gets a massive thumbs up from me! Packed with natural sea salt, loofah, softening sweet almond and evening primrose oil.
Please note: ‘The British government has banned the production of microbeads in rinse-off cosmetics and cleaning products in England. The ban on production took effect on 9 January 2018 and will be followed by a sales ban on 1 July 2018′.
It doesn’t irritate sensitive skin
I have really sensitive, ‘try-any-product-my-skin-doesn’t-like-come-out-in-a-rash’ kind of skin, I can use daily and have no reaction whatsoever.
Skin is left feeling soft and smooth
The bar provides a real lather to the skin and it seems the wetter it gets the more bubbles it makes. Once used skin feels ultra smooth, fresh and looks radiant and clear.
£6 (200g). WOW!
It’s easy to use
You could think that using a bar of ‘soap’ would be slippery to the touch. Surprisingly this isn’t. The slightly rough texture (due to the salt and loofah) makes this easy to grab hold off and buff into the skin.
Skin feels nourished
It’s non drying on the skin. The sweet almond oil and tiny granules of salt polish the skin to perfection. I usually use after shaving my legs. The oil from the bar makes skin feel ultra smooth and provides a decent amount of hydration without leaving a greasy film on the skin.
Perfect to prep skin before tanning
It removes old, remaining fake tan at the same time as removing dead skin. Talking of which if you are looking for a hand scrub to remove fake tan, Lush’s Salted Coconut Scrub is a must. Read the full low-down here.
Once you have used this once, you will always keep a bar in your beauty stash.
Sometimes you come across a real gem of a product and Sanctuary’s Salt Scrub Bar is seriously one of the best things I have ever tried!
If this was sold at £20, I would still buy this (Sanctuary don’t increase the price please). It rivals high end traditional scrubs, which I prefer. Some scrubs seem to leave skin dry and tight, using this body bar has the opposite effect.
Just pick one up for yourself and let me know how you get on.
Have you tried this yet? What do you think? Are you going to part with £6 to give this try?