Soap and Glory 'Sugar Crush' Body Scrub

Dino's Beauty Diary - Bath & Body Review - Soap and Glory 'Sugar Crush' Body Scrub

After Christmas last year, I managed to get myself some amazing bargains in the sales afterwards, and one of them was a huge Soap and Glory set (down from £60 to £18, my haul can be found here). Since then, I've slowly been working my way through the goodies inside; one of which is the Soap and Glory 'Sugar Crush' Body Scrub.

A nice long soak in the bath is one of those luxuries I love the most. For me, nothing beats kicking back in the tub with nice hot water and a good book. It's my little relaxation zone, a place where I can go to chill out and be away from stress for a while. So anything that smells yummy is a welcome addition in my eyes.

Dino's Beauty Diary - Bath & Body Review - Soap and Glory 'Sugar Crush' Body Scrub

I I absolutely love Soap and Glory scrubs, my all time favourite being 'Flake Away' which smells good enough to eat (don't worry, I didn't). So I knew the chances of me not liking another one of their scrubs was ridiculously miniscule. Plus it's so ridiculously tempting to just stick my hand straight in and pull out a massive chunk! I mean, just look at it!

Dino's Beauty Diary - Bath & Body Review - Soap and Glory 'Sugar Crush' Body Scrub

The packaging is slightly different than what I'm used to with Soap and Glory products - normally I love the baby pink containers. Instead, we're treated to a clear tub where you can see the product inside. There's also the cute little puns which are one of many things appealing about Soap and Glory.

With sea salt and brown sugar, the exfoliation you get from this product is fantastic. Pairing this with Nivea's in shower moisturiser, my skin has never felt smoother and more supple. I think I'm on to a winning combination here guys! I use this mainly on my legs and my upper arms,  which are prone to quite dry patches.

Now lets get on to the scent, because oh my is it something else. If you don't like citrus-y smells then this probably isn't the product for you - normally I'd lump myself in that category as I often find it too sickly sweet for my liking. But Sugar Crush is mouthwatering. To me the scent of lime is a heck of a lot more present than the lemon, but in a good way. It may smell powerful in the tub, but after use there's only a faint trace left on the skin.

Dino's Beauty Diary - Bath & Body Review - Soap and Glory 'Sugar Crush' Body Scrub

This product is a must-have if you're a Soap and Glory addict like me. In fact, this scrub is so appealing that my Mum has actually started using it too, thinking I haven't noticed. Typical! If you're after a product to give you perfect exfoliation and remove dead skin, then this is the product for you. As a bonus, it leaves a yummy mild scent clinging to your skin too.

Have you tried Sugar Crush before, or do you have another Soap and Glory recommendation for me? Let me know in the comments below!


Danielle Beautyblog said...

Love Soap and Glory! I have to say Pulp Friction is my favourite scrub though! It lathers a lot better than the ones in tubs and I prefer the smell!
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Siân Marie said...

I LOVE the scent of this and it is a bloody good scrub :) Fab post sweetie.

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