I want to talk to you about pure grace hot salt tub and shower scrub. As you may or may not be aware, I am always looking for my HG (Holy Grail) of body scrubs. I had one a few years ago from Bath & Body Works and they discontinued it, but not before I bought no less than 35 tubs of this exfoliation nirvana. When they were finished I wanted to cry – but instead I started a blog to record my trials and tribulations of finding my new perfect scrub.
Like Indiana Jones of the beauty blogosphere, I search the world (web) high and low for the exfoliator that will make me grin like a Cheshire cat. A scrub that is full of enough rocks, salt, or sugar to scrape every last bit of skin off my body and leave me as smooth as glass. A scrub that will leave me smelling like an apple pie infused with cinnamon, raspberry cheesecake, or a glorious meadow full of Spring flowers.
Your hot salt tub and shower scrub is nearly perfect. It’s gloriously thick and I can even over look the annoying foil lid although it’s unnecessary. It takes off the layers of skin that I no longer need, and leaves my bod perfectly smooth, polished, and hydrated. There is no oily residue left in the bath and the 652g tub is the perfect size.
So what is the problem? The Pure Grace fragrance smells surprisingly similar to The Gingerbread Man hot salt body scrub. How can this be? Is my my nose broken or is fragrance not that important to Philosophy? I’ve had it confirmed from other beauty bloggers that your shower gel scents although gorgeous, do not last beyond the shower. While this is the preference for some people, it just puts me in a bad mood. I was disappointed with Have a Zoe Christmas for this very reason.
So Philosophy what should I do? Continue to be forlorn by your lack of olfactory pleasure or just ban you from the COPD household forever?
Get back to me when you can.
All the best