Review – The Body Shop Lip Scuff

 

Well, as my face and body need exfoliation, so does my lip. My lip is always filled with lipstick and lip balm. Even if I have cleansed off with proper cleanser, it will never be totally cleansed. Eventually, it is layered with dry dead skin cells.

Due to the accumulation of dead skin cells, my lip gets dry easily. So in order to combat the dryness, one beneficial way is to give my lip an exfoliation boost. Hence, The Body Shop Lip Scuff is my absolute lip exfoliant. 

Product claims

Say goodbye to dry, chapped lips and prep your pucker for lipstick by removing dead skin cells.

Designed to do

  • Crushed fig stone granules help to gently remove dead skin cells.
  • Macadamia nut oil moisturizes while peppermint oil provides a naturally refreshing menthol scent.
  • Moisturizing Community Trade marula oil from Nambia leaves lips soft and supple.
  • Organic Community Trade beeswax from Zambia moisturizes and conditions skin.

Ingredients

The Body Shop Lip Scuff consists of some good emollient properties for skin like coconut oil and caprylic/capric triglyceride.

One of their key ingredient, Community Trade marula oil, a naturally rich in antioxidants and essential fatty acids. It gives my lip a smooth and hydrating finish. 

It also contains mentha viridis (spearmint) leaft oil, mentha piperita (peppermint) oil, menthyl lactate and linalool which can cause skin irritation and allergic reactions.

How to use it

To keep your lips kissably soft, apply Lip Scruff and rub lips together before removing residue with a tissue. Use once or twice a week, or as required. 

Keep your Lip Scruff clean by wiping the surface with a tissue, directly after each use. Gently exfoliate lips with Lip Scruff to remove dry skin.

Texture

Creamy with crushed fig stone granules that is gentle on the skin.

Results

It helps to remove the dry dead skin cells effectively. It leaves a nice peppermint fragrant scent after use.

Ratings

Will I buy it again? …… Yes!

 

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