4/28/2015

Get Polished With The Body Shop!

Hey everyone! 

Recently I was sent some items to try out from the Body Shop from their new Fuji Green Tea Collection and upcoming Virgin Mojito Collection. These four have been on constant rotation in my shower! Find out more below! 












Let's talk about the Fuji Green Tea items first. I was a bit skeptical of the scent when I first heard about this collection because green tea is about the last thing I'll drink. But, I actually really liked the scent once I got the products. All the items I've tried from the line have the same fresh scent. The Fuji Green Tea Body Wash* sees the most action from me. I'm about half way done the bottle and don't think I've had it for too long (just means I need to get a replacement asap). I was meaning on buying a new exfoliant now that the weather has been getting better here in Toronto and we loose the stockings, so the bod scrubs came at a perfect time. I've been loving the Fuji Green Tea Body Scrub*, specifically the jelly consistency it has. On the other hand the Fuji Green Tea Exfoliant Soap* wasn't my favourite. The particles in the soap get a bit to abrasive on the skin. I think I'll stick to just using this on my legs as I find that around my chest area it gets a bit too abrasive. 

Now onto the final product, the Virgin Mojito Body Scrub*. Now I know I said I really liked the Fuji Green Tea scent but I love the Virgin Mojito scent. The scent is so fresh and you instantly smell the lime and the mint notes in it. If you like taking showers in the morning this would be a great product to use as it instantly wakes you up. Also has the same jelly consistency as the Fuji Green Tea Body Scrub which I'm really happy about! The Virgin Mojito Collection will be out in stores in July. 

What are some of your favourite body washes/scrubs? 

Have a great day!




* This post contains product(s) provided for review purpose. All opinions are my own and no compensation has been provided for this post. Products provided for review purpose have been marked with a (*).