Well… hmmm. Nope: nothing like a scrub from head to toe, upon return to to my Haven of Beauty after two weeks away.
I have been giving myself a good going over since I’ve been back, from my literal head to my literal toes.
Here is what we’ve got on the go at the mo:
That’s enough to keep me in posts for another week and half!
I have cut four products out of the herd, and have been happily exfoliating every day since Thursday. This may not be advisable! But I don’t care, I am intent upon sloughing off The Lag, straight down the drain.
>Lycon Pomegranate Sugar Scrub, from I don’t know where. It is spa-quality, and for a sugar scrub — which normally rolls right off your body, no matter how you try to prevent it — this is tops. The jelly-like base holds the scrub in perfect suspension, and it smooths over the skin with nary a grain lost.
>Oh, Vichy Normaderm 3-in-1, how happy I was to see you! Next time, I swear, I am bringing you along. There is nothing that you cannot do. To celebrate my return, I went hard-core and employed your masque-y qualities, and indulged in a thorough scrub once under the spray of the shower.
> This was a hard sell, initially, but now I am completely on the Redken Nature’s Rescue Refining Sea Polish. I use it before I shampoo, which may or may not be as directed — it still works a treat, and my hair is all the shinier for it.
>The classic for a reason: Dermalogica Microfoliant gently exfoliates, foams up into a cleanser-like consistency, and lasts forever and ever, amen.
Did reading this make you feel itchy? I feel all itchy now.
Prices vary depending upon what your googling reaps. If anyone knows where that Lycon stuff came from, do let me know.
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Nice review. The pomegranate scrub sounds wonderful. I love a good exfoliator in my quest to get perfect skin, and pomegranate is full of anti-oxidants. Sugar is a great natural exfoliator that is not too harsh on the skin. I would love to try the product.