Aroma Magic Claims: This microderm face & body scrub cleans pores, removes oil, blackheads, dead cells & exfoliates the blockages. Reduces wrinkles, sun damage & improves texture. Skin appears lighter, brighter, smooth & glowing.
I love the pistachio green colour…come on pastels are SO in! Since this is a salt scrub, the granules are very non abrasive. By non-abrasive I don’t mean they don’t work, its just they are tiny and gentle. So you get this salty feeling when your scrub your face. It has got a blend of these essential oils which is what lends it a slippery texture and it never dries out your face. It infact leaves skin moisturized after you wash it off. No oily slippery feeling, just moisturized healthy skin. Its a great cleanser and cleans my pores really well. I skip my face wash when I’m using this. And about the blackhead removal part..well yes it does remove the blackheads and whiteheads. But for the angry stubborn blackheads on the nose, I still turn to the much granular scrubs like EverYuth Walnut Scrub or St. Ives Apricot scrub. And the best part is that all those essential oils never disturbed my sensitive skin which I quite like… obviously.
I was quite apprehensive about the smell since a lot of people find it weird…but..surprise surprise..I like it. The smell isn’t something conventional which I can pin point but it never bothers me. And anyway its gone as soon as you wash your face so its nothing to worry about. Which reminds me, do you like smells which other people find weird? My nose is very weird and somehow LOVES the smell of petrol and phenol over floral fruity fragrances!
So is it for you? Yes if you are looking for a good salt scrub which is gentle and yet effective. It is a great cleanser and cleans out the pores and black/white heads. Girls with dry and oily skin can both use it since its non drying but moisturizes in a good away leaving your skin soft and smooth. Sensitive skin girls can blindly pick this up. But if you have stubborn blackheads then you night look elsewhere. Holy Grail? Almost!
PS- I will be sharing a DIY salt scrub recipe in my next post.