Yes, I Do Want Some Scrub



You know...as opposed to "No, I don't want no scrub."

I'm actually a pretty low-maintenance gal. I rarely go out for mani / pedi, and I don't do waxing, threading, facials, spa sessions...although I suspect some people think those are what I do all week long, with me being a full-time homemaker. (PS: I really don't. But I WISH I DO.)

But it doesn't mean I don't like to pamper myself once in a whileI'm still a gentlelady myself, and all that! So a while ago I found myself a nice skincare routine that's providing me with some relaxation time (go here), and now it seems like I've discovered a great body-pampering product as well: the Crabtree & Evelyn Pomegranate body scrub.

It's not so much the process of applying the body scrub I find pampering actually, but more of the luxe feeling I get from my skin right after I've used it. I've always just used normal liquid soap on a loofah when I'm showering and call it a day, but adding a good body scrub kind of up my showering game a bit, really!

Seriously, this body scrub is SO GOOD; my skin feels super duper smooth and lush after using it. I've never fancied strong-smelling body products so I really like the milder, sweet smell of the pomegranate in this body scrub, which actually lingers on the body in a pleasant kind of way, so you'll end up smelling it on your skin the whole day!

Well, actually the actual fruit pomegranate doesn't have a fragrance, does it? I'm not sure what exactly the sweet smell is (Argan? Grapeseed?) but I'm loving it regardless!

I would use it only about twice a week at most, firstly because it's pretty pricey but also because using any body scrub too often could be abrasive to your skin. I like saving this up for a special occasion, for that extra special feeling. It's definitely one way to give some lovin' to yourself, this scrub!

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Hi, I'm Liyana

I'm a modest blogger based in Malaysia. Here on The Good Weekender, you can find journals of my evolving modest personal style, based on the art of looking casually stylish while still remaining modest, and doing it all on a budget.