Snoe Beauty Exfoliating Oatmeal Milk Whitening Scrub
Another cute product from Snoe Beauty! I got this on a whim—I thought it was amusing and cute how the packaging looked like a bottle of milk-flavored drink, and I was also curious how the loose, dry scrub granules would feel on the skin. There are three variants available for the Milk Whitening Scrubs, and I chose Exfoliating Oatmeal simply because the two other flavors (Moringa and Kojic Acid) didn’t interest me much.
The ultimate opulent bathing indulgence. It dates back to Cleopatra, who used milk for its rich texture
and moisturizing qualities. Snoe Beauty’s Milk Whitening Scrubs use real milk in the formulations to carry milk’s intrinsic benefits forward.
A delicious way to exfoliate, it is sure to feed your hunger for beautiful whiter skin. Pleasure your body with this appetizing body scrub fortified with Kojic Acid or oatmeal or Moringa that are guaranteed to bring out your inner radiance and polished glow.
Exfoliating Oatmeal and Milk Whitening Scrub
Oatmeal – Relieves dryness, restoring natural moisture balance to aid in healing minor irritations
– Gently removes dead skin cells, to reveal softer, smoother looking skin.
Opening the cap of the bottle of the Snoe Beauty Exfoliating Oatmeal Milk Whitening Scrub for the first time was foody-scent heaven for me. It smells like a milky almond cookie rich in vanilla. So good. I love sweet, rich, foody scents with vanilla and almond for my baths.
The texture of this is completely dry. It’s not a creamy scrub, but is comprised simply of small grains that look and feel like refined sugar, as well as fewer, larger grains that kinda feel like grains of uncooked rice.
I follow the directions on the bottle and rub it on wet skin in circular motions. The first time I used this, I rubbed it on hard because I’m more used to creamy scrubs which feel more slippery and less abrasive. But I shouldn’t have done that, because this feels quite rough on my skin. I’d advise rubbing this on gently because it can be a bit painful when rubbed on vigorously.
Once it’s applied on wet skin, it lathers just a little, enough to give it a bit of slip. However, I can’t really leave it on for three minutes as per the instructions because this stings pretty bad on certain areas, like the skin on my thighs. I rinse it off right after. It doesn’t dry up my skin, and leaves it well exfoliated.
Snoe Beauty Scrub ingredients
Snoe Beauty Exfoliating Oatmeal Milk Whitening Scrub – Likes:
- Smells yummy! I really enjoy the sweet, warm scent of this.
- Leaves me with smoother skin.
- I don’t find it drying.
- May have a whitening effect with regular use.
- I didn’t notice it immediately, but there’s a small plastic scoop buried inside the bottle, which is nice because having a scooper stops me from using too much product.
- Cute packaging.
- It’s quite affordable at PhP 349.
- I just go to a nearby Snoe Beauty branch to buy it.
Snoe Beauty Exfoliating Oatmeal Milk Whitening Scrub – Dislikes:
- I find it too abrasive.
- It stings on certain areas.
I really like the scent of this and will continue to use this product however, with caution. I have to be careful to apply it gently and use it only on my feet and lower legs, which react the least often to new bath products. I think if you have normal skin, you should be fine using this, but for those with sensitive skin, do a patch test with this first.
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