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Skin Yoga Coffee Body Scrub: Review & Price



This last month was slightly tough, especially this week. I was kinda juggling college, internship and blogging. The evening when I was finally done with internship, my immediate reaction was let me celebrate by having a full fledged ROYAL shower. *LOL* Lately, I’ve been using the Skin Yoga Coffee Body Scrub which makes me slight excited for the monotonous activity of bathing. I received this body scrub in my July Fab Bag.  


The first thing that took away my heart was the coffee fragrance that hits you when you open the exfoliator packet. When I took out small amount of it in my hand, I felt I was wasting away coffee and it’s going down into the drain. You’d surely by now understand my love for coffee, though I have to restrain myself due to acne issues. The exfoliator granules work amazingly well and after some time starts to melt as you scrub it more.


My hands, from wrist to elbow have been severely damaged due to sun tan when I was in my graduation and reaching Delhi University and back home in DTC bus would surely beat those fake tanners. Until today, I often feel slight embarrassment when people ask me what it is on my hands. Within the first usage itself, I saw my hands which mimicked draught affected land, to improve. It made my skin very soft and unless you have dry skin, even if you skip on a moisturizer post exfoliation, you’d be as good as lotion slathered skin. Also, it works great if you intend to shave your limbs as it exfoliates and makes the skin soft, creating a smooth base for the razor to glide. Fortunately, it gets washed off too easily as well and there’s no stains left behind on tiles; at least not on creamy beige tiles.


The packaging too is quite convenient as it has a slider air lock closing which you find in those large Haldiram Namkeen packets. I was earlier sceptical about the oxidizing of the product as its monsoon but when I saw the air lock closing, I am quite impressed.


I wonder if this can be DIYed.  :D :D

Ingredients: Ground Coffee Beans, Pure Coconut Oil, Pure Sesame Oil.

Price: INR 845

Pros:
   ·   Paraben free
   ·    Preservative free
   ·    Fragrance free
   ·    100% natural
   ·     Does not stain the bathroom tiles

Cons:
   ·   On the pricier side.


Rating: 4.8 out of 5

Until Next Time,
Take Care <3


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