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Organic Surge Million Dollar Balm & Scrub

Want a reason to get yourself something from Organic Surge's lush and slightly steeply priced 'Million Dollar' range? They donate every $1 from product sold in this range to children's charity and orphanage in Kenya with the aim of raising 1 million dollars. I surely would not mind splurging guilt free if it's for a good cause.

Besides that, the products are decadent to use for some self pampering sessions on gloomy days and lazy Sundays. They smell lush and work effectively at treating the body intensely whilst providing a little aromatherapy session to rewind and rejuvenate the senses.

The Million Dollar Scrub smells warm and comforting, perfect for this confused season that keeps us on the fence between Winter and Spring. A good scrub with this in the shower gets rid of dead skin effectively, leaving it glowing, hydrated and supple afterwards so it can absorb lotion better and the circular movements also help with promoting lymphatic drainage. I have to admit, I love the packaging as it resembles a cookie jar! Because it's not heavy, it's quite practical to be a staple in the shower.

The Million Dollar Anywhere Balm on the other hand is a delight to use following a hot bath or a shower with the scrub mentioned above. If you have very dry skin, you are lucky to get away with using a tiny bit of this on dry areas of the face. I however use it on the ignored heels, elbows and knees overnight as the results last for days and sometimes incorporate it in my DIY at-home manicures as cuticles seem to drink it up.

If you're looking for a balmy version of Elizabeth Arden's 8 Hour Skin Protectant that you can slather all over your body minus the stickiness, this would be it.





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Sheefa. 29. London. Spamming the web with ramblings on hair, eye shadow, skincare & cosmetic hoarding in general since 2008. Grab a cuppa and kick back!
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