Sanctuary Radiance Exfoliator Reviews
Product Type: Sanctuary body care
Newest Review: ... product on, as at around about £10.00 for 100ml, it's not cheap. One tube does usually last me about 3 months though, so it ... more
Customer Sanctuary Radiance Exfoliator Reviews (5)
by - written on 17/08/11 (Very useful, 111 readings)
The Sanctuary began life as an actual spa where people could relax and be pampered. After creating a range of indulgent products for the skin, they opened them up for the public to purchase and enjoy without having to travel to a spa. They all contain natural ingredients and aim to give the consumer a spa treatment from the comfort of their own home. I don't own too many products by this brand but the Brightening Facial Radiance Exfoliator was something that I was very eager to try. What does it do? The product is a skin brightening facial exfoliator. The purpose of an exfoliator is to remove all the dead skin cells from the face which stops pores from ... Read the complete review
by - written on 15/01/11 (Very useful, 52 readings)
The latest exfoliator I have been using for the past three weeks is this one from Sanctuary which cost me £6.99 for a 100ml tube I tried it as it had a 50p off offer and Sanctuary is a brand that I have used before. It did not look particularly attractive in the tube with a lime green top and the brown contents clearly visible inside however looks can be deceiving as it has a nice smell to it, a very citrus smell without being over powering at all. When you massage this into your skin you can feel the seeds inside of it cleaning your skin, apparently it contains both grape and apricot seed powder which gives it the rough abrasive qualities and a mix of juices ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/09/12 (Very useful, 48 readings)
Sanctuary products can be bought at most Boots stores or at the Sanctuary spa. It costs £10.20 for 100 ml full price and I do think that is a bit expensive. I bought this facial exfoliator a few months ago as one of my items on the 3 for 2, as that is better value, and I have been using it quite regularly since then, but alternating it with a few other exfoliators as I never seem to just have one! The exfoliator comes in a long clear tube with a green flip top cap, as pictured. The tube gives all the required information about ingredients, how to use and how often. You can see the product inside, allowing you to see how much is left, but sometimes it does ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/01/11 (Very useful, 54 readings)
About 6 months ago I thought I'd treat myself to some nice facial products. I consider The Sanctuary products to be fairly pricey for off the shelf (i.e. not a beauty counter) in Boots. There is regularly offers on this brand of products (for example at the minute 18/01/11 there is up to £5 off products) and at the time there was 3 products for the price of 2. At the time it cost £9.99 but have just checked the website and is now £10.20....prob down to the rise in the VAT :-( In real terms, taking into account the offer I got, it cost around £7 and so I was expecting good stuff and it did deliver! The packaging is nothing special but I do feel that The ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/03/13 (Very useful, 38 readings)
As previously mentioned, I have very dry skin. I exfoliate 2-3 times a week, sometimes more. I have been an avid user of this exfoliator for a few years now. I've tried and tested many, and will always try something new, but I just keep coming back to this one. I always get mine from boots, and only ever when there is a 3 for 2 on Sanctuary product on, as at around about £10.00 for 100ml, it's not cheap. One tube does usually last me about 3 months though, so it is quite economical. Okay, so it's not pretty. It's a bit reminiscent of muddy, wet, sand. And what's with the minty green lid? Bit clinical isn't it? The ... Read the complete review
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