beauty,  skincare

Dirty Works Buff Your Stuff

You can’t help but be drawn to the packaging of Dirty Works. It reminds me of a less girly version of Soap and Glory – I guess you could say the brand is a good dupe. As much as I love the packaging, it’s a bit annoying that you can’t see how much is left.

I’ve always been a bit afraid of body scrub – I’m just not a fan of the little pumice bits that seem to stay on your skin even after washing off. I feel much more dread when it’s face scrub. Sadly, I don’t think I’ll ever enjoy that feeling of scrubs on my skin, but when your skin is as dry as mine, then you have to get over it for your skins sake. Taking one for the team, and all that.

The body scrub works by buffing away rough skin with pumice particles and softening the skin using almond oil, Shea butter and vitamin E.

You use by applying to damp skin, massaging in a circular motion for a minute and then rinsing off.

Using the product, it smells very fresh and clean. It left my skin feeling soft and conditioned after use.

You can get it for around £3-4, which is a fantastic price for a body scrub.

Well done, Dirty Works!

Dirty Works Buff Your Stuff

Dirty Works Buff Your Stuff

Dirty Works Buff Your Stuff

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