Boots Extracts Fairtrade Mango Sugar Scrub Reviews
Product Type: Boots Bath & Shower
Description:Brand: Boots / Scrub / Type: Body Scrub / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / What it does: Exfoliates,
Newest Review: ... In their attempt to make the product a scrub and moisturising I think they have gone overboard, Boots should have either way ... more
Customer Boots Extracts Fairtrade Mango Sugar Scrub Reviews (5)
by - written on 04/09/12 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Body scrubs, we love to hate them. The faff it involves rubbing what can only be described as sand all over your body, and not forgetting the mess it leaves around the bath. But yet despite already having numerous tubs of this, I couldn't help myself with a 3 for 2 offer when in Boots. The Brand ~~~~~~~~ Boots Extracts is a boots own brand, but it's a very popular brand of theirs due to it's ethics I think. They are very much a natural brand, with a whole host of lovely smelling products. Another bonus to the brand is that it's organic and contains fair-trade ingredients. "She butter is used in the Boots Extracts range for its ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/02/11 (Very useful, 64 readings)
A while back I reviewed the Mango Body Butter I got for Christmas, and this Mango Body Scrub was part of the same set. This mango sugar scrub smells exactly the same as its body butter partner - not very strong. You have to deliberately sniff it, and even then the mango scent is very vague. It's more like a mango-flavoured yoghurt than strong-smelling mango, although if you layer the scents from both products the scent is slightly stronger. The smell doesn't linger very long either, although I'm not massively bothered about that because I'd prefer the product to just do the job. Unscrewing the plastic tub, I was confronted with a thin plastic-y ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/12/13 (Very useful, 54 readings)
*The purchase* This is a review of Boots Fairtrade Extras Mango Sugar Scrub. I usually use exfoliators but wanted to try a sugar scrub as something new. This is (obviously) only available from Boots and is usually £8.00 a tub however I bought it on a 3 for 2 with two other products, and from checking in at Boots quite frequently it seems that this scrub is often included on the 3 for 2 offers. For the price and size of the tub (400ml) I was satisfied with value for money. *The product* This is part of the Boots Fairtrade range - which means that some of the ingredients (note - not all of the ingredients) are Fairtrade. The scrub comes ... Read the complete review
by - written on 11/04/12 (Very useful, 16 readings)
I enjoy using sugar scrubs and have tried many over the years, in addition I am a big fan of the Boots Extracts range. I was given a set of the Mango for christmas, which included 200ml of the body butter, 200ml shower gel and 200ml sugar scrub. I'm not sure how much this retailed at but a 400ml sugar scrub currently retails at £7.95 on the Boots website. The product comes in a round, clear tub with an orange lid. On the lid is a description of the product, a picture of two juicy mangoes and a statement saying that the product contains 'natural particles to intensely exfoliate, leaving skin smooth, bright and feeling rejuvenated'. The product ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/06/11 (Useful, 7 readings)
I think that this Mango Sugar Scrub is good for occasional use, when you have slightly dry skin. This scrub will get rid of any dead skin cells, and it did made a noticeable improvement to my legs, which is where I use it. I think that it is good just after you have shaved/ waxed your legs, to give you a clean/ fresh feeling, and makes your legs really smooth and ready to show off in the summer time. It is also a Fair trade product, which of course I think is a big plus, and for a fair trade and good quality product, this scrub is not too expensive! The Mango smell is quite a sickly sweet smell, so if you don't like over the top sweetness, you may not like ... Read the complete review
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