Product review: Bath & Body Works Magic in the Air Foaming Sugar Scrub

If there’s one thing I love about Christmas gifts, it’s the bath products I receive and the fun I have in experimenting with them.

Some may say if bath products excite me, I should get out more. Perhaps this observation has validity and I do, in fact, live a relatively unexciting life, but it really is something I enjoy.

I received a beautiful gift basket from my cousin Julia as a gift, and I plan to review every single item in the basket, rest assured. But first, let’s take a look at the Bath & Body Works Magic in the Air Foaming Sugar Scrub and how fantastic this stuff is.

According to the website, this scrub can provide you with the following:

“Reveal your most natural beauty! Foaming Sugar Scrub soothes skin with a luxurious, rich lather, while naturally exfoliating sugar crystals gently reveal your radiance. With Vitamin E and Sunflower Oil, this limited edition formula nourishes and protects skin, leaving it incredibly soft and smooth.”

With scents of white iris, almond flower and whipped vanilla, this stuff literally smells like heaven in a tube. Seriously, if you like vanilla, this scrub is for you.

This is the first foaming body scrub I’ve come across, and let me tell you that I am not disappointed. From my own experience with body scrubs, you tend to use quite a bit of product because it doesn’t typically lather.

Not with this stuff, though. It really does foam up and lathers quite well, meaning you don’t have to use copious amounts in order to have your skin glistening like your grandma’s best silverware.

An eight-ounce bottle retails for $16.50, which is perhaps slightly pricier than your average scrub, but I would purchase it again. It smells phenomenal, it revitalizes your skin, and it isn’t too harsh. It’s a great bathroom staple.

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