Sukin Purifying Body Scrub : Review


I got this Sukin Purifying Body Scrub from the Adelaide Royal Show showbag, it came with a few other items like a body brush and lotion. So I used this at the gym, after a good session.


Micro particles of Bamboo extract and ground Walnut shells
Aloe Vera, Chamomile, Rose Hip, Jojoba and Sesame oil

Promises to

Gently polishes and refines skin texture. Aloe Vera and Chamomile to soothe skin. Rose Hip, Jojoba and Sesame to replenish and revitalize. Bamboo extract and walnut shells to purify.


I had finished this Sukin Purifying Body Scrub, using it twice a week after my gym sessions. Initially I felt funny because this scrub does not foam up. It felt rather strange, because it was like putting a lot of cream onto my skin, and then rinsing it off. The scrub is not coarse, so it will not scratch skin if you have sensitive skin.

The walnut shells are quite fine, and I could just massage in circular motions for a minute or two before rinsing off. The reason why I did this in the gym because they had better heating system than at home. I could just stand in the shower cubicle without freezing myself to death in the cold.

No foam, but feels clean afterwards. I marvel at the lack of perfume and other chemicals, but Sukin managed to create a body scrub that makes skin feel soft. Gentle enough to use daily I think, but I stuck to the recommended twice a week. I did find that I like to put a lot of it onto my skin, and massage it off in the shower. It could be that the foamless formulation had made me think that I could use more.

Overall, it is such a great product that I am thinking of buying it. Great thing about buying showbags, is that I get to try new things. Sukin Purifying Body Scrub differs from salt scrubs in a way that it is gentle and friendly to the skin. Without perfumes or added synthetic chemicals, it is worth giving it a go if you can find it.

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