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Rated 5 out of 5 by Ksauder Exactly what I was looking for!
I received this body polish for Christmas from my mother-in-law and I was hooked! I had been looking for a scrub that would leave my skin well-moisturized so that if I skipped lotion that day to save time, I wouldn't feel dry and itchy all day (I'm the kind of person that if I skip my AM lotion, I feel so itchy and dry). This does the trick. It is MUCH better that the Sea Salt scrub. This "polish" is not runny, and moistrurizes well. I looked around and Swanson has the best price for it. The Alba site has it for like $15! I buy this polish all the time and love it :)
March 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by MinRod Nice scent!
I love this on my skin after it has been scrubbed with the sugar and it leaves a very nice fragrant scent and it leaves my skin feeling smooth after sloughing off the dead dry skin with the sugar. The oil also helps to nourish my skin. I love this product and will order more when it runs out.
January 15, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by JustineofQueens Caribbean Vacation In A Jar
This scrub is wonderful! The macademia, kukui and sunflower oils do a great job moisturising and leaving my skin soft. The raw sugar does a great job- gently exfoliating, I just wish that the sugar granules would not melt onto my skin so fast. Apart from that, everything else about this product is worth the price and the purchase.The dominant sugar cane scent reminds me of the Caribbean islands and takes me back to eating sugar can with my mom :)
May 25, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by JennaP The smell is the best!
This is a great scrub, but left a residue on the shower floor and doesn't lather well. All in all though, the same is great and it still works.
October 31, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Cynts Love this!
I love the Sugar Cane Body Polish! It smells wonderful, and the scent is subtle but lingers throughout the day. It leaves my skin feeling so soft and hydrated, without feeling greasy. It's a nice treat. I will always have to have a jar around.
July 1, 2011