First of all, the packaging. As usual for Emma Hardie, the tub looks high-end but is quite big and clumpy for the amount of product it actually holds, making it a bit of a pain to use in the shower.
The product itself is thick and grainy which means it doesn't slide straight off and it gives a thorough exfoliation. I then left it on for about 5 minutes. It washed off quite easily and left my skin feeling super smooth and well moisturised. Even tough areas such as elbows were left feeling like a baby! The scrub smelt nice on application - a summery blend of citrus, florals and herb notes - but left no real scent after it was rinsed off.
I really love the effect this gave and it was perfect as part of my pre-holiday prep. However, I used quite a lot in just one application to ensure I had enough on for the mask element, so its per-use value for money is not great.
A really great scrub that does the job of softening the skin. Just loses 1 star for value.
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