Slay dead skin with this scrub-in-a-bar that's filled with essential oils, cocoa and shea butters, and ground-up goodies that are great to use on thighs and bums, leaving you looking dewy. Rub the bar on wet skin to release the goodness: ground rice, almonds and aduki beans get to work polishing away dead cells, while the blend of lavender oil, cocoa butter and shea butter replenish moisture.
About 5 months ago
I love this product! It smells great, gently buffs your skin and leaves a nice layer of cocoa butter to keep you hydrated. I also believe my keratosis pilaris (bumps on upper arms) have cleared up a little - though it's difficult to say with pale winter skin. People complain that it doesn't last long. I don't find that to...
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About 5 years ago
I have never in my life been into skin care. I have even, in fact, often mocked my family and friends for the unending parade of serums, gels, lotions, and creams they collected over the years to try and find that "finish" and "tone" they were looking for. As a sort of rough-n-tumble kind of guy I just never thought it was for me. I didn't want to be fem and smell like flowers. But this past month, my friends and our local Lush shop kicked my butt onto what seems to be a really great path.Read More
About 2 weeks ago
I have very dry, flaky skin on my body and over the years have spent a lot of money on creams, oils etc but nothing actually makes any difference. I have been very surprised to find that not only does my body feel smooth and moisturised after a shower but the effect actually lasts. For the first time since being a teenager (some years ago!) I haven't had flaky skin. I'm aware that there are a lot of spoof reviews out there these days but I hope Ive convinced you that this is worth every penny!
1 week ago
About 1 week ago
I really like Buffy as an exfoliator for my legs, I can't use it on my body or arms because I really can not stand the smell of it but I will continue to use on my legs.
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