I’ve been meaning to post about this Dolce Dreams Coconut Macaroon Body Scrub from Fake Bake Beauty at Home for a while now but I’ve been hesitant about getting involved in controversy! What’s that? Haven’t you heard about the whole macaron/macaroon debate? One is the staple food of blogger events and the other is something more homely.
Whilst I expected that the uber fabulous creative director of Fake Bake Beauty at Home Craig Alexander-Wilson would have intended to reflect the former confection I can confirm that this delightful scrub smells of coconut and shea butter – definitely macaroon!
“Scented with coconut and blended with natural sugar, this deliciously sweet scrub buffs away dull and tired looking skin to reveal a newer, brighter and more polished you.”
Strand On Beauty says:
This feels so natural. A really crunchy texture of sugar crystals contrasting with the creamy shea butter make this a great exfoliant. I used it all over but concentrated the scrubbing on my drier areas like elbows and shins. Once I showered off the scrub the softening effect of the shea butter remained along with the gorgeous coconut smell! Good enough to eat.
You can buy the scrub along with a whole range of Fake Bake Beauty at Home products here for £18.00.
I’ll be sharing my views on some other Fake Bake products soon. Until the you can read a bit more in a previous post of mine Beauty at Home Part One – Discovering Fake Bake.
Have you tried anything from Fake Bake yet?
This product was gifted to me for review but the opinions are my own and are not prescribed.