When it comes to body scrubs, my favourites are definitely sugar based scrubs so I knew I’d love the Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub. The Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub is part of the brand’s Coconut Oil Formula collection, which also contain vitamin E for a super pampering experience for the skin. I have already features two other products from the Coconut Oil collection; the Hand Cream and the Moisture Stick.
Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub
“Formulated with Raw Coconut Sugar to polish and soften skin.
Palmer’s Coconut Oil Formula products contain ethically and sustainably sourced Coconut Oil and Tahitian Monoï Oil, infused with Tiaré flower petals to deliver decadently pampered skin. The addition of peppermint oil helps invigorate the senses.“
In a warm shower or bath, apply a generous amount to your damp skin. Massage in circular motions all over body, focusing on areas that tend to be particularly dry such as knees, elbows and heels. Rinse thoroughly.
The Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub features coconut oil which deeply moisturises and softens the skin, monoï oil which hydrates and pampers, whilst peppermint oil invigorates and stimulates the skin. The Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub is £8 and contains 200g of product within a squeezy, plastic tube.
The Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub has the perfect sticky, gritty formula. It might sound strange to think a sticky scrub is perfect, but some sugar scrubs have a really thin watery base which means the minute you try to massage the scrub into the skin, it just falls onto the floor of your shower.
I imagine it’s the coconut oil which really helps the sugar granules to bind together so you can really massage it into the skin without worrying about wasting any. The granules are a really great size for buffing the skin, and it’s the ideal scrub to use before shaving as it leaves the skin amazingly smooth and soft, and it also smells incredible too.
You can purchase the Palmers Coconut Sugar Scrub right here.
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