Kiehls Creme de Corps Soy Milk and Honey Body Polish £22.50 200ml
This luxurious creamy formula with Shea and Jojoba Butters and Sweet Almond Oil is blended with ground Luffa Fruit to exfoliate body skin without drying. With the addition of Pure Honey and Soy Milk Protein, our body polish nurtures skin, leaving it comfortably soft, smooth, and primed for moisturization.
This product pretty much does what it says on the bottle!
I first tried this about a month ago, and was swept away by the whole experience of it! Firstly, the smell is amazing, quite an almondy, honey, shea buttery smell.
Applying it on your skin is a dream, I thought the exfoliating bits in this polish would be rough on my skin, but its nothing like that! The exfoliating scrub is ground Luffa Fruit, which after some research, is a cucumber like fruit, and the fully developed fruit is the source of a loofah sponge.
It recommends you apply this in circular motions, upwards, to help circulation of the skin.
The feel of it on your skin is not harsh, like any other scrub I've tried. I used to love the Soap & Glory scrub, the one that smelt of citrus, but it was harsh and rough and drying on your skin, compared to this one.
This Kiehl's product, after being rinsed away, has left my skin so incredibly smooth, it's never felt anything like this before! It didn't dry my skin out, it kept it hydrated and moisturised after one day where I just forgot to apply moisturiser after. (Come on, we all do it sometimes!)
I just use a Body Shop Shea Butter moisturiser afterwards, but I am definitely going to invest in the iconic Kiehls Creme de Corps moisturiser. I seriously recommend this product for anyone that loves super soft skin. It does so well for exfoliating before tanning, and also taking old tan off. I really cannot say anything bad about this product! The price reflects in the luxuriousness of this product, but it seems like it could last a while, with 3-4 exfoliations a week!
Has anyone else tried this product, or anything more from the famous Creme de Corps range? What did you all think about it?
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