Diana B. Sugar Scrubs AMAZING!

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I have been testing a lot of bath products lately and I wondered at the higher price tag for the Diana B. Body Scrub would I notice a difference. First thing is this is a huge tub of body scrub that should last for a really long time. When I first applied it I noticed how large the sugar granules were they amazing for buffing my legs after shaving.

After scrubbing my skin it was left super soft and smooth and because there is no oil my skin felt smooth without being greasy. I tried the scrub in Maple Sugar Lychee Nut at first I thought it was a little strong but once I mixed it up a little and applied it the scent mellowed to a decadent sweet scent. Diana B Sugar Scrub is amazing and worth the splurge my skin felt amazing it’s so soft and smooth I can’t stop touching it.

Diana B. Sugar Scrubs

Diana whipped up the original version of her signature Sugar Scrub while on a trip to Morocco, blending olive oil, cinnamon, cumin, rose water, lemon juice and sugar intuitively as if she’d done it a thousand times. When she got back to the states, she perfected her formulations and developed four scents.

What make her scrubs different from others? Diana B uses a combination of cane sugar syrup and maple sugar syrup instead of oil. The maple sugar syrup, which isn’t usually found in cosmetics, has lots of minerals and great healing properties.

Maple Sugar Lychee Nut

This first scrub ever created by Diana contains the best maple syrup and is a miracle cure for all types of skin imperfections, including sun damage and pigmentation, acne scaring and topical infections. The lovely scent of lychee nut fruit and white flowers infuses this maple syrup based formula. Dazzling results every time, oil and chemical free.

$50.00 BUY IT HERE.


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January 26th, 2008 at 9:10 am

Honestly, make your own sugar scrub! The prices for these scrubs is rediculous when you think what is inside. Just use sugar, whatever oil you like (olive, coconut, almond etc), and something moisturizing (glycerol, honey etc.) through in some scents or vitamins and voila! a sugar scrub.

January 28th, 2008 at 6:43 am

I just bought a scrub that is made with sea salt and honey, not sugar. Which is better?