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Smoother Skin, Smell Really Good

Reviewing: Larisa Apricot Revitalizing Body Scrub  |  Rating:
edev5 By edev5 on
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I decided to purchase this product, Larisa Revitalizing Body Scrub, after realizing my skin was rather dull, although I use lotion. The scrub comes in a plastic pot of 150g. This scrub contains the apricot extract and is intended for normal skin. The design of the pot is very simple: at the front we can find a picture of apricot, Larisa logo, and the name of the product. At the back of it there are the ingredients and instruction how to use it. I will list the ingredients here: Aqua, Paraffin, Glycerin, Isopropyl Myristate, Cetyl Alcohol, Zea Mays, Sodium Lauryl Sulphate, Cetearyl Alcohol, Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot Seed), Perfume, Panthenol, Methyparaben, Allantoin, and several others. Because the pot is transparent so the color of the scrub can be clearly seen, it’s creamy-colored, with soft beads. To use it is very simple. Wet our body (don’t get too wet) with water, apply this cream and scrub it gently to the whole body. Then rinse with water. I use it when I take a bath, as a replacement for soap.

I like the aroma that comes from this scrub right after the rinse. My husband even asks me after I wash myself with this scrub, why I smell so nice. It genuinely comes from this scrub. I don’t use it everyday though, because the instruction says so. Twice or three times a week is enough. And the sensation after using this product is that my skin feels incredibly soft, and I can’t help myself not to caress it. I believe the apricot seeds really help in making my skin glow. The scrub beads are for lifting the dirt and dead skin cells out of the skin pores and it also contains vitamin B5 to make skin smoother. I feel more confident now after I use this product. The product also comes with expired date, about 3-years expiration. Mine is quite plenty after several use, and I think three-years is just enough for the product to finally run out. And what I like best is that it’s safe for sensitive skin like mine. I don’t feel any allergic reactions after using this product. And to be honest, it’s very cheap for such long-lasting product, about $6 and you can go with this product. Hmm I must get another one right after I run out mine…