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Thursday, 28 January 2016

Beauty Exfoliation







Winter is definitely one of those times where I like to pay extra attention to my skin ( I've talked about it here and here before). Usually I am pretty bad at remembering to exfoliate. In an effort to improve this I decided to pick up a few products that smelt delicious, were packaged pretty & intrigued me. 

These konjac cleansing sponges seem to be all the rage in the skincare world, so I was intrigued and decided to give it a try. It is a little odd looking but it works wonderfully! It's very gentle on the skin so if you have sensitive skin, I would highly recommend it. I usually use it paired with Julep's hydrating body cleansing oil. 

This shower scrub is super awesome! The scent is strong and invigorating, also a bonus for when you need to wake up. Shake the bottle before pouring out a little amount (trust me, a little goes a long way) and scrub away! What I love about this coffee scrub is it leaves you feeling smooth & moisturized. An added bonus is that the caffeine from the coffee grounds can temporarily reduce the appearance of cellulite & it also gives your skin a firmer appearance. This is made by a local girl which is also very cool, girl boss crush for sure!

Obviously the adorable packaging of this sea salt scrub had me running to the till at Anthropologie (am I the only one who is a sucker for cute packaging?). Thankfully this salt scrub also turned out to be useful. The fig & honey scent is sweet and earthy, and super refreshing. I find that the scent stays with me all day after using it, which is a nice bonus. I also like how all of Mission Groves products are made in small batches using all natural ingredients. 

What body scrubs do you like to use? Please hit me with your favourites below!

<3 Kastles


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  1. Great scrubs from figs for the price. They are bright and cheerful. They do not fade quickly. When they are washed, they are soft. They run a little large, but that is nice if you like to wear a shirt under your scrubs.

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