Gadi Dead Sea Body Scrub
I’m literally fresh from using this delicious scrub and instantly adore it. The grains are Dead Sea salt.. quite finely ground.. so if you have any cuts or whatever, then avoid that area because it can be a little stingy. The reason I know this is that a courier dropped off a delivery today and left it buried so far inside a rose bush in my front garden that I ripped my arm to shreds trying to get it out again! That aside, there is nothing not to love about this beautifully scented scrub. I have Orange & Vanilla and while I’m not a vanilla fan particularly, the scent is not overwhelming or chemical; it’s a gentle wash of warm zest that is utterly delicious. The scrub did a lovely job of exfoliating my skin and the soft oils left a smoothing (although strangely, not scented) sheen on my skin.
At £30, it’s a pricy one, but if you need some spoiling, this is a lovely indulgence. I also notice that Gadi also do the same scrub in Tangerine & Melon and I’d love to get my hands on that for spring.. it sounds divine, as does the third alternative, Sandalwood & Lavender.
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