Keep Your Skin Soft During Summer with a Body Polish

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The summer months can be harsh on your skin with all of the sea, sun and sand. Not to mention the extra showers during the humid warm days as you try to cool off. Treat your skin and your senses to a luxurious body polish. Look for a scrub with a scent that appeals to your nose and your budget. Slather on the scrub no more than 1-2 times a week. If you have typically dry skin look for a scrub that has added moisturizers or if you are looking for an aromatherapy experience choose a fragrance that has either a calming or invigorating sensation. There are also specialized scrubs for various parts of the body including the face, feet and lips. Be sure to follow up your body scrub with an intensive moisturizer to soften the skin.

If you are looking for a scrub without parabens, sulfates or synthetic fragrances, synthetic dyes or phthalates you’ll love the Nude moisturizing body polish. It contains natural Hibiscus monoi and sugar. The sugar dissolves after rinsing with water and leaves a pretty delicate scent of monoi and smooth skin. Another one of our faves is the popular Fresh Brown Sugar body polish, which was awarded “Best Body Scrub” in InStyle magazine’s “Best of Beauty” (April 2009 issue). The real brown sugar crystals are saturated with healing oils and add moisture as they gently exfoliate, and we how can you resist the sweet sugary smell of this scrub!

A roundup of some of our favorite body polishes:

Nude Skincare Moisturizing Body Polish 6.8 oz, $52 at Sephora.com
Kiehl’s Creme de Corps ‘Soy Milk & Honey’ Body Polish, $11.00 at Kiehls.com
Fresh Brown Sugar Body Polish, $65 at Sephora.com
NATURALS Apple & Honeysuckle Rejuvenating Body Polish, $6.00 at Avon.com
TOCCA Esfoliante Da Corpo Stella Blood Orange Rich Body Polish 480ml/16oz, $53.50 at SkincareRX.com

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3 Comments

  1. I used to use rock salt as a poor man's scrub back in the day. Of course, I follow it up with moisturizers. A fun day bathing in a beach can exfoliate those dead skin cells as well, since sand acts like fine scrub as well. My scrubbing sessions are more luxurious now since I can afford to buy products with all those special ingredients.

    Cheers!

  2. I used to use rock salt as a poor man's scrub back in the day. Of course, I follow it up with moisturizers. A fun day bathing in a beach can exfoliate those dead skin cells as well, since sand acts like fine scrub as well. My scrubbing sessions are more luxurious now since I can afford to buy products with all those special ingredients.

    Cheers!

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