Sanctuary Hand and Cuticle Scrub

Sanctuary Hand and Cuticle Scrub (sanctuary hand sugar scrub)

The original Indulgent Hand Sugar Scrub seems to be hard to find and seemingly replaced with the Hand and Cuticle Scrub. The two products/ingredients seem similar so I will give them the same review.

I like to keep products for my hands either in my handbag, by the kitchen sink or where the washing up happens. The Sanctuary Hand Scrub comes in a handy travel size bottle making it an easy part of a quick hand routine.

You apply the scrub over wet hands and massage into the skin. The sugar in the product dissolves quite quickly and you’re left with a slightly oily feel. After rinsing with warm water I can instantly feel the difference in my hands. This feeling however doesn’t last quite long and I soon feel the need to apply lots of moisturise to my hands afterwards. After a few more uses of this scrub I have found that it makes my hands feel more smooth, especially if they’ve been in water for a long period of time – but at £6.00 from Boots, I wouldn’t purchase this product again as I feel it’s worth half of that.

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Post by Sabrina Nicole / Popup Parlour

10+ years in the industry. Level 4 Advanced Beauty Therapy. Advanced Dermal Filler and Botox. Fully qualified beauty and massage therapist. Specialising in semi permanent makeup and facial treatments. From eyebrows to lashes she provides these services mobile in Oldham.

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