Burt’s Bees Sugar Scrub in Cranberry & Pomegranate
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  • I love the fact that this sugar scrub doesn’t contain any unnatural ingredient in it and does contain several natural moisturizing, exfoliating, and nourishing ingredients in it for the skin
  • I find the scent very pleasurable, but I know some people do not
  • Now the way I like to use this natural sugar scrub is by getting into the shower and getting my skin really damp and clean
  • However, my shower ends up very slippery and greasy so I have to clean it out after I use the scrub, which you might want to consider doing as well
  • I would recommend it to a loved on to try if they were looking for a really nice natural exfoliating and moisturizing scrub that smells a bit fruity

    • by Soleil Robins
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      My favorite natural sugar scrub to use is Burt’s Bees Sugar Scrub in Cranberry & Pomegranate. It really helps exfoliate my skin natural so it can glow and be soft and radiant. I love the fact that this sugar scrub doesn’t contain any unnatural ingredient in it and does contain several natural moisturizing, exfoliating, and nourishing ingredients in it for the skin.

      This cranberry and pomegranate sugar scrub comes in a round plastic jar with about 8 ounces of scrub in it. I personally believe the jar should be bigger and there should be more scrub in the jar. Some of the natural ingredients in this


      sugar scrub are soy beal oil, olive oil, shea butter, cranberry, pomegranate, honey, vitamins, herbs, and other essential oils. These ingredients are what help exfoliate and soften the skin well. These ingredients also are what help nourish my skin while I am exfoliating it in the shower which is also nice. The scrub has a very sugary gritty texture and a sweet pomegranate cranberry type of scent. I find the scent very pleasurable, but I know some people do not.

      Now the way I like to use this natural sugar scrub is by getting into the shower and getting my skin really damp and clean. After ...


      • I take a washcloth and dip it into the sugar scrub and than rub the scrub all over my skin with the washcloth. The scrub is very moisturizing and gritty and does an excellent job exfoliating the skin while moisturizing the new skin underneath the dead skin pretty darn well. Once I am well exfoliated I rinse off with plenty off water because this stuff does leave my skin feeling slightly slimly and greasy afterwards so I try to make sure all the residue from the scrub is completely off my skin as best I can. Once I am done rinsing off I pat my skin
        dry really well and it is left glowing and feeling very soft. However, my shower ends up very slippery and greasy so I have to clean it out after I use the scrub, which you might want to consider doing as well.

        Anyways, the Burt’s Bees Sugar Scrub I think is a bit expensive, but I do believe it did work well. I would recommend it to a loved on to try if they were looking for a really nice natural exfoliating and moisturizing scrub that smells a bit fruity. I do hope those of you who try this natural scrub will like it as well.




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