Rub a dub Scrub: Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub

Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub

I love body exfoliators and moving into the summer is always a good time to renew my regime.  Soap and Glory are famous for their body products and their smells and this product is a prime example of what they are famous for.

Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub

Sugar crush is actually a sea salt scrub and sugar scrub with some macademia nut shell powder.  Interestingly, this is  glycerine based scrub which accounts for the gloopy texture.  I think that this product would work well in a tube.

Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub

Sugar Crush is not the scrubbiest scrub, and when I first used the product, I did not really like it.  I generally don’t use body scrubs on dry skin  as I  find them to be far to abrasive.  With Sugar Crush however, the combination of gloopy texture and not being very scrubby (ie abrasive ) means that it works really well on knees, elbows, hands and feet on dry skin.

Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body Scrub

Bingo!  This product does not live on the edge of the bath like my other body exfoliatiros but with my hand and feet products. Prior to a manicure and or pedicure, or jumping in the bath I spend a few seconds focused on my extremities and it makes a big difference.

Soap and Glory Sugar Crush Body ScrubIt rinses off quite easily and leaves a very subtle citrus and sugar fragrance.  I like the fact that the lime scent is authentic in the product and the affordable price means that you can use it quite lavishly.  There is absolutely nothing wrong with this product – in fact there is plenty that is good about it.  For me, this is just meh.  I cant get excited about it – I am more than happy for the Mister to use it (which is rare) and it is not a product that I would purchase again. I have to be honest – I prefer how Fresh do sugar citrus fragrances and I prefer my sugar scrubs to be oil based.


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