Often when you've had that one particularly stressful day, week or month it pays to be a little decadent and treat yourself to a bit of well deserved pampering.
With the New Year party season upon us, its time to turn those gorilla-hairy legs from weeks of wearing long trousers, from reptilian to radiant. And a product that does just that? The Aqua Bliss Bath scrub by St Grape.
As soon as you take a whiff of this product you're transported to a luxury spa. The scrub is comparable to some high end products smell-wise - a far cry from your £2.50 bath scrub from boots. With hints of Jasmine and Lavender, the scrub has a light floral smell which is not too overpowering. Nonetheless, it still creates a heavenly aroma which immediately guides you into your pampering zone!
St Grape are a canadian company claim to "have integrated natural ancient wisdom with cutting edge modern science to bring you a unique line of beauty and natural skincare products which cleanse, nurture, relax and heal". The company prides themselves in using more or less 100% natural ingredients. This bath scrub is 97% natural, and the other 3% is Viteman E. It contains no parabens, silicone's or sulfate, making it the perfect scrub for sensitive or irritated skin.
Chilly winter days often creates flaky, rough and sore skin, particularly on your legs and arms. This scrub, once mixed with water gains a cream-like consistency which gently yet effectively scrubs away dry patches, leaving your skin smooth and smelling amazing,although the scrub is not too abrasive.
After using this scrub for a week or so, I can happily report back that I've seen an improvement in my skin! My skin looks and feels softer, but also more radiant, with the dry patches less apparent.
Overall, this is a lovely bath scrub that competes with some of my well known favourites (Soap and Glory Flake Away I'm thinking of you). It lives up to its claims whilst giving you the chance to experience high end, natural skin care that transports you to a luxury spa! For £12, why not give it a go and have decadent night in once in a while?
Have you tried any St. Grape products? What are your thoughts on them?:-)