Cake Beauty Citrus Squeeze Sinfully Smoothing Brown Sugar Scrub Review
Oh baby almost the weekend now. Thank the gods above as I can use a little R&R. Whatcha up to the weekend, any cool plans? I wanna hit up MAC tonight as my best friend Jai and I were gobsmacked over Christine’s swatches of MAC Pret-a-Papier. Holy shiz! Dude, who knew it was that great?
I really though the collection was boring as hell at first glance of the promo images but its SO me. The collection features some mighty great shades of peach and coral that I must has please like NOW. So yup, a MAC hit is in our future tonight.
Oh totally off topic but I got this weird dry patch of skin going on above my eyelid, like around the brow area, and its basically driving me BONKERS! Yak! I’ve been applying and reapplying moisturizer but it just looks all scaly and flaky, not cool. /rant over.
Speaking of dry bits and pieces, my elbows and knees need serious helpings of moisturizer. They are currently out of hibernation today as I wore a Spring dress to work, not a good idea btw its freezing, so I had a hard scrub down with Cake Beauty Citrus Squeeze Sinfully Smoothing Brown Sugar Scrub.
What is it?
A natural exfoliating treatment infused with good for you ingredients and a fresh lemony scent with hints of vanilla. The scrub features turbinado brown sugar and a trip of vitamin rich oils to leave skin soft and smooth after a single buff using it.
Whoa. Dude, that turbinado brown sugar is BIG! The formula is major chunky, it kinda resembles rock candy to my eyes. If you have serious dry skin, you’re going to want to try this bad boy out for size. The formula is made up of incredibly chunky pieces of granulated sugar that’s dosed in rich oils with an orangy, lemony vanilla scent going on. It almost smells like a slice of orange cake to my nose. The extra large grains of sugar do a mighty find job of scrubbing down rough skin plus the grains don’t dissolve super quick so you have time to enjoy a nice, long scrub with it. One thing I loved about the scrub is the fact that it wasn’t filled to the brim with a ton of oil. The grains of sugar are soaked in oil however the oil isn’t IN the actual tub of product. Philosophy is legendary for scrubs that are filled to the brim with oil and I find this a little messy and tricky to use plus a damn hazard in the shower, hello Muse slip and fall action. This is quite dry until you begin scrubbing, only than does it release a nice slick feel on legs, elbows, or anywhere else you’re scrubbing. Its slick yes but not greasy or oily. After stepping from your shower your skin will feel super soft and you probably won’t even need moisturizer as the scrub is plenty hydrating enough without but of course, I do suggest following up with some.
The large size of grains could prove too much for anyone with sensitive skin as I do deem it a hardcore scrub that can prove a tad harsh when you’re scrubbing away.
Who Might Like It?
- Women who have really dry, rough skin around their elbows, knees, or legs.
- Anyone who likes a really hardcore scrub to get skin super soft and hydrated.
- Chicklets who LOVE yummie smelling bath and body products.
Who Might Not Like It?
- Anyone who has sensitive skin and might not like a harsher scrub.
- Anyone who’s very sensitive to smell and fragrance in their body products.
Overall, I really enjoyed this one as I have super dry skin around my knees and legs and I’m constantly having to attack these areas to get them soft and smooth. This scrub does a great job of smoothing out my rough bits and pieces and hydrates quite well. Likey alot!
Anyone try anything from Cake Beauty yet?
I ordered some of the balms recently, eager to get them!
Available now from Sephora.