A look at The Body Shops Wild Argan Oil Rough Scrub and Bubbling Bath:
Argan Oil is an organic oil that is extracted from the kernels of the Argan tree, native to Morocco. With its many wondrous benefits, its a wonder why I've only ever used it on my hair. Argan oil can be used to treat dry skin, acne, scarring and conditioning the hair due to its high vitamin E content and antioxidants.
The Body Shop Wild Argan Oil Bubbling Bath* is what bath times were made for. With the Argan oil in the bubble bath, it gives your whole body a chance to experience the delights of argan oil. I have dry areas around the knees, elbows and legs, so having a moisturising bubble bath that helps with all areas at once is perfect for me.
I used the smallest amount under running water and was surprised by how many bubbles that were produced. The fragrance is a pleasant 'warm' scent which reminds me of winter time. My skin was left soft and smooth, which was very noticeable on my legs. Usually my legs are horribly dry and flaky in the winter, but this bubble bath managed to moisturise and condition my legs. I really was surprised by how well they're moisturised!
I'd say that anyone who had dry skin would benefit from this.
The Body Shop Wild Argan Oil Rough Scrub* is a body scrub which contains the shells from the kernels of the argan oil. As it's name suggests, it is a rough body scrub which really helps to tackle dry skin. The beads and shell particles in the scrub help to remove dead skin cells to reveal healthy, younger and brighter skin. The scrubbing sensation helps to stimulate the skin surface which is great for skin that is healing. I've found that it works great with stretch marks to reduce the appearance and help them to heal.
For those with more sensitive skin, I'd say to take care as the scrub can be quite harsh on softer skin.
Have you tried Argan Oil before? Have you tried anything from The Body Shop Argan Oil range?
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