18 September 2013

Perlier Volcanic Thermal Scrub - Double Duty Body Scrub and Glitter Remover!

Perlier Volcanic Thermal Scrub
 
You may have seen the Perlier Volcanic Thermal Scrub making it’s way around the blogosphere lately, thanks to the lovely ladies at iFabbo.  While I initially use this scrub for its intended purpose in the shower, this week I have been using it at my sink!
 
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This is the first scrub that I have ever used that is not sugar or salt based.  While I love those types of scrubs, I hate how quickly they “melt” when you apply them.  Get them just a little bit wet and all your “scrubbies” disappear!  I have stopped buying scrubs for that very reason - I feel like all money washes down the drain - or makes a slippery slimy mess on the floor of my shower!
 
That’s one of the things I really like about the Perlier Volcanic Thermal Scrub - it is not comprised of a simple solution of salt/sugar and oil (that you could make in your kitchen).  Instead the ingredients in this Perlier scrub are small pieces of volcanic rock and other minerals of different sizes that will slough off the dead skin until YOU rinse them away.  I was pleased that I could use this in the shower, with the water running, and the product stayed on my skin!
 
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As well as it works in the shower, I found an even better use for it.  Don’t you hate when you remove a really, really stubborn glitter polish and you are left with small pieces of that same glitter all over your hands?  Not your nails, mind you, your hands!  That drives me crazy, but today I found the solution - one tiny scoop of Perlier Volcanic Scrub and 30 seconds at the sink left my hands smooth, soft, and glitter free!
 
Get this scrub for yourself - you won’t be sorry!  It is exclusively available on HSN, where it retails for $25.  Use the code iFabbo5 to get $5 off!
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