Beauty: L’Oréal Paris – Sugar Scrubs (Glow)

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Last week I raved about the Beautiful Box that came with the magazine ‘Goed Gevoel’. There are 7 different beauty products inside the box and today you can read a review on the L’Oréal Paris Sugar Scrubs (glow).

The promises

This is what I could read on the L’Oréal Paris website:

‘Smooth sugars glow scrub polishes skin, boosts radiance, unclogs pores. Three 3 fine sugars in a gentle, caring scrub for instantly glowing, baby-soft skin, face & lips.’

How to use

Take a small amount of product out of the jar, using a little spatula. Aply it on clean, dry skin. Then add warm water and gently massage the scrub over your face (and lips). Once the sugars have melted, rinse with warm water.

This scrub can be used up to 3 times a week.

Make sure to read the instructions before using this scrub… Not as I did the first time, damaging my skin a bit as I used it on dry skin without adding warm water!!!

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Pros

  • Subtle smell.
  • Leaves my skin soft and clean after using it.
  • The sugar particles dissolve whilst you massage them into your skin with the warm water, which gives a pleasant feeling.
  • Doesn’t dry out the skin.
  • My skin felt supple after using this scrub.
  • Hydrating because of the grapeseed oil it contains.
  • Economical in use.
  • The price (normal price is about 11 EUR for a 50 ml jar).
  • 100% naturally derived product

Cons

  • There is no spatula inserted in the package.

Conclusion

This is a good scrub at a very affordable price! I can imagine many will like this product.

Love, Kathleen

 

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