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Five Best: Body scrubs

The Body Shop Strawberry Body Polish, £10. The Body Shop are rightly famous for their body care and this luscious scrub is no exception. It smells delicious, foams slightly and gently buffs away those dead skins cells leaving bright, smooth skin.
The Body Shop Strawberry Body Polish, £10. The Body Shop are rightly famous for their body care and this luscious scrub is no exception. It smells delicious, foams slightly and gently buffs away those dead skins cells leaving bright, smooth skin.
Garnier Oil Nourishing Body Scrub, £7.15. Body oils are all the rage at the moment so Garnier have introduced a body scrub infused with argan, macadamia, almond and rose oils. The scrub has an accompanying lotion and the two will leave the skin lightly fragranced and silky smooth.
Ark Invigorating Body Scrub, £24. The age-aware skincare brand have brought out a scrub containing menthol and multi-fruit acids for a breath of fresh air on your skin. This has the perfect natural ingredients for a pre-holiday scrub.
Elemis Skin Nourishing Body Scrub, £28.50. This wonderful scrub contains rice, bamboo and bora bora sand to polish the skin while it's softened by almond, macadamia and wheat germ oils. The creamy scrub will leave your skin balanced and smooth when used two to three times a week.
Soap & Glory Pulp Friction, £8. Soap & Glory are well known for their bath time products with delicious scents and this scrub is no exception. With pumice and fig-seed powder in the company's trademark pink packaging this is a joy for any bathroom.

Beauty writer Kerry McKittrick's five best body scrubs

 

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