Rated 2 out of 5 by YldPsyD More of a paste, not an exfoliator
I like the products in the Honeymania line, except the scrub. It's more of a paste; one can barely detect any exfoliating properties in this product. I used it on my TBS body brush, but it sat there in a glob & did not exfoliate my skin. That's ok - it allows me to get creative with my other TBS scrubs. The Honeymania shower gel followed by the Brazil Nut scrub makes wonderful nut and honey experience. I enjoy the other TBS excellent scrubs - Pink Grapefruit & Olive the most. My local TBS store was kind enough to allow an exchange for my other TBS favs.
September 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Chubbyrat Perfect for sensitive skin
I have used TBS products for many years and this is one of my favorites. If you are looking for a scrub with shards of lacerating nut shells or big chunks of salt, this isn't for you. This is a comforting, skin smoothing, highly fragrant paste with just enough fine grit to slough off unwanted dry skin. The scent is floral with just a touch of honey, but it dissipates so you can use any scent on top of it. The scrub is so gentle that I even used it successfully on my face in an emergency (you don't want to know).
May 18, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by killerwhaley Decadent and Moisturizing!
I love this scrub! It has to be one of my favorites from The Body Shop. When I tried it, it wasn't what i was expecting. It was better! i am used to "grainy' exfoliating scrubs that just get rid of dead skin and rinse away. This scrub goes the extra mile. It is fairly thick, so a little goes a long way. When you spread it on your skin, it gently glides around and deeply moisturizes. The little grains remove dead skin and the thick, smooth scrub goes deep into your skin. It leaves a light honey and floral scent. I top this scrub off with the body butter and I'm set for the day with soft skin. This is the most moisturizing scrub yet!
October 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BodyShopInsider Yummy
Rich moisterising scrub. Leaves skin very soft and supple.
November 11, 2015