June 23, 2015

Lush Life’s a Beach Body Scrub for Smooth, Soft Skin

lush life's a beach

Lush Life’s a Beach Body Scrub ($6.95) is a new body scrub creation that will benefit the waterways from microbead pollution! 100% of the purchase price is donated to organizations committed to protecting our waterways.

So what’s Life’s a Beach? Every go to the beach, walk or lay in the sand, and come home and feel like your skin is so damn smooth? So yeah, sand is a natural exfoliant and Lush harvests that in this new scrub!

lush life's a beach body scrub

Lush Life’s a Beach Body Scrub is made with fine sea salt and sand and has a gorgeous vanilla caramel scent. You can use it to scrub away dry skin on knees, elbows, and legs. Apparently, Lush created it with a self-preserving formula which means they don’t use synthetic preservatives.

Lush Life’s a Beach Body Scrub is available now in stores or online at lush.com.

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  • Zovesta

    What a great idea, and I love how it’s actually good for the environment in several ways. When I run out of my current scrub, I’m buying this. =)

  • Michelle

    Am I the only one that is confused? Correct me if I’m wrong, but sand doesn’t “dissolve”. Which means couldn’t this very likely build up in your pipes, and cause a major clog?