REN is a well known brand known for its facial products. This is the sugar rose body polish I am going to review. Rose and sugar sounds like an amazing and great combination doesn’t it?
Unfortunately, I personally do not like rose scents and didn’t enjoy this however it still doesn’t stop me using it. The smell doesn’t linger after it is washed off. It is an amazing product and bye bye dead skin. This removes the dead skin, leaving me with smooth, baby, fresh skin, preparing it for moisturiser without leaving a greasy feeling. Oh yes, I said baby skin. Even without body moisturiser, this left my skin soft and smooth. I stroke my legs when I have the chance, I’m that impressed! This was able to remove the fake tan I had applied previously and allowing the moisturiser to penetrate into the skin quicker than usual. It had also helped reduce and prevent those pesky ingrown hairs.
The sugar granules wasn’t harsh for my skin and believe that it is gentle enough for those with sensitive skin (as tested by my sister). For a full body scrub, I only use a little bit per body part, totalling up to not even a size of a golf ball. I use this once a week, before I shower, meaning a tub would last me a good month and a half to two months.
For £32, I would purchase this again even though I dislike the smell. This is definitely worth investing in and is a good treat. I always say, silky smooth with the result this leaves me. Even said it to people without sounding like a creep. Bring on summer!
Have you used REN products previously?PR sample. All views are my own.
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