The Sanctuary Kyphi Nourishing Hot Sugar Scrub Reviews
Product Type: The Sanctuary Bath / Shower
Description:Brand: The Sanctuary / Scrub / Type: Body Scrub / What it does: Smoothes, Exfoliates, Nourishes / This exceptional award winning Hot Sugar Scrub contains natural sugar to exfoliate and smooth the skin, whilst moisturising argan oil, smoothing sacred lotus ... more
Newest Review: ... the fact that it was a 'hot' sugar scrub as opposed to a normal one interested me and also the packaging made it stand out. ... more
Customer The Sanctuary Kyphi Nourishing Hot Sugar Scrub Reviews (6)
by - written on 03/11/07 (Useful, 90 readings)
I was brought a small sachet of sanctuary kyphi hot sugar scrub, but you can buy it in large glass jars for about £10 from boots or online. This really is a fantastic product - firstly it smells amazing, and if you also use Kyphi body cream, you will smell like it for the whole day. It's a very unusual, exotic fragrance, probably from the lotus oil and sandalwood which this product contains. You use it like an ordinary exfoliating scrub, but on contact with your skin, it heats up, which feels a little wierd, but is also quite nice and relaxing. (It doesn't stay warm for very long though) This product rinses off easily, leaving smooth, exfoliated and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/02/10 (Very useful, 85 readings)
Sanctuary products have become really popular now, so the name Sanctuary is no longer just known for the Sanctuary Spa situated in Covent Garden in London, but also for its great range of skin products. I first started using Sanctuary products a few years ago, mainly the Salt Scrub and Mande Lular, from the original range. The company that now brought out some other ranges, one being the Kyphi range. This new range contains relaxing sandalwood, argan oil, sacred lotus oil and vanilla giving it a totally different scent than the other ranges. I first brought the Kyphi Nourishing Hot Sugar Scrub in a sachet form, as I thought I would give it a go ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/01/10 (Very useful, 46 readings)
I generally really like The Sanctuary range- it's luxurious and exotic without being overly expensive. And this scrub is the best of the bunch, in my opinion. The first thing I love about it is the pot- I'm a sucker for these big glass containers with the metal clasps. They make me think of spas and saunas and general pampering. Plus this one is generously sized at 400ml. The scrub inside is beigey coloured and luxuriously thick, peppered with tiny brown brown flecks of scrubby goodness (or sugar, as it says on the lid). It's the kind of gloop that you just want to sink your hands into. And it smells delicious- maybe it's the 'sacred lotus oil', or ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/06/07, updated on 03/07/07 (Very useful, 293 readings)
The Sanctuary are probably best known for their health and beauty spa situated in London's Covent Garden, where you can indulge in full body massages, facial treatments, body exfoliation and much more. In these treatments they use various products which are exclusive to The Sanctuary itself and if you want to re-live the luxurious spa treatments at home, these are available to buy from Boots or from The Sanctuary website. I first stumbled across The Sanctuary whilst in my local Boots store, looking for a sugar body scrub and this is when I came across a rather eye-catching product from their range entitled Kyphi Nourishing Hot Sugar Scrub. One of 5 products ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/06/11 (Very useful, 53 readings)
According to the product information this 'contains natural sugar to exfoliate and smooth the skin, whilst moisturising argan oil, smoothing sacred lotus oil, fragrant sandalwood and vanilla work to soften and hydrate.' I wanted to buy a scrub of some sort and when i was in Boots this caught my attention, the fact that it was a 'hot' sugar scrub as opposed to a normal one interested me and also the packaging made it stand out. It comes in a 400ml glass jar with kind of like a lock on the jar. You can see that the colour of the scrub is beige through the jar. I applied this as i would a normal body scrub while i was in the shower. The wonderful ... Read the complete review
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The Sanctuary Effervescent Bath Tablets - Comforting, relaxing, helps with loads of different illnesses, ailments and skin complaints Perhaps a little pricey when paying full price
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