Organic Surge Million Dollar Brown Sugar Body Polish

Organic Surge Million Dollar Brown Sugar Body Polish 400g -  £32.00

During Winter, it's so touch and go body wise. I hate being hairy but once I let that growth, grow, it then becomes a chore to start to bother - oh the image. Then again nothing beats, silky soft skin that looks as if you just left the womb. A good body polish is ideal, especially during these winter months I feel the skin needs a lot more attention.

About the company
Organic Surge is that perfect company, they say they are organic and stand by the belief that they are friendly to animals in everyway, the environment, vegetarians/vegans and leave out nasty ingredients that a lot of us don't like:

They Hate
-Parabens, sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate
-Synthetic perfume, artificial colorants
-Chemical antioxidants mineral oils, propylene glycol
-Aggressive foaming agents

They Love
-Rich in pure plant extracts and organic essential oils
-Certified organic essential oils
-Cruelty free; no animal derived ingredients in development or manufacturing
-Kinder to your skin and the environment

Organic brown sugar crystals help polish away dry or dead skin cells, while the organic & natural oils lock in moisture. I've had some polishes in the past minus oils and sometimes my skin has been left feeling that no matter the amount of lotion afterwards, I've still managed to dry my skin out more.

Sucrose, Sucrose*, Helianthus Annus*, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis*, Simmondsia Chinensis*, Vitis Vinifera, Punica Grantum, Tocopherol, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis, Vitis Vinifera*, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia*, Citrus Aurantium Dulcis*, Limonene, Linalool.
*ingredient from organic farming. Naturally occurring within essential oils.

Open opening this, you can already tell there's no perfume involved, it smells like outdoors. It's relaxing and not overwhelming, leaving the experience during polishing, more enjoyable. Knowing that it's not harmful makes me want to indulge more.

*This product was sent to me for consideration for a review. This does not sway my opinion. This is 100% my view and research is that of my own!

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  1. Whilst this looks lovely I do think its on the pricey side?! £32 is a lot for some sugar and oils...I might be inclined to make some myself, wont be as nice as this of course its but it would save me a pretty packet, and still be nasty ingredient free! LOL



    1. Totally agree it is expensive for sugar and oils. Oh once I get through a lot of my junk in the bathroom, I'm definitely going to make my own, I use to but well you know how it gets lol xo

  2. £32 quid is a bit hefty for a scrub that you could probably make at home, HOWEVER I am a sucker for skincare contained in brown jars for some reason - fits in nicely with my room decor LOL!

    The scrub looks really rich from the photo, but I'm not a fan of essential oils as it always dries my skin out for some reason. My favourite scrubs are those that contain coconut oil and vanilla...or any sort of nut oil really. Really hydrating!

    1. LOL! Brown jars there's something about them, I think they look nicely in bathrooms, this is a nice jar too. I will send it over to you haha.

      Oh I'm such a fan of coconut oil, moisturises nearly everything it gets too. Vanilla is such a guilty pleasure smell of mine. xo


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