The title very aptly summarises the use of this product. Dirty works two scrub flavours are actually quiet delicious (they smell like a mix of the beach and an expensive spa). Dirty works is very reminiscent of the Soap and Glory range with the product packaging being quiet similar and their use of bold graphics, eye catching colours and cheeky one liners. However, Dirty works is considerably cheaper than Soap and Glory, giving you more value for money.
Buff your stuff, Body Scrub with Softening Sweet Almond oil £3 – This body scrub is infused with pumice and shea to exfoliate, along with almond oil to moisturise. It has a sweet almond scent to it which is not too strong and very slightly lingers on the skin after use. It creates the right amount of lather with it’s creamy formula and the granules do not feel harsh on the skin at all. As with all body and hair products that come in a tube, my only pet peeve is that I end up using a bit too much product each time.
Glow Girl, Buttery Salt Scrub £4 – This is infused with Dead Sea Salts to exfoliate along with pumice, peach stone granules and shea butter. The texture of the scrub feels a little harsher than Buff your stuff, which is probably because of the sea salt granules in it. The consistency is not too solid or mushy, which makes it fairly easy to slather on. The smell of this baby is slightly salty, Summer-y and peachy but still just as delicious!
I cannot fault either of the two scrubs for their cheap as chips price and would recommend trying both if you can. Ardent Soap & Glory fans – this may be the time to be a rebel and branch out a little? Glow girl would be more suitable for those wishing to exfoliate their skin before tanning or a beach holiday, while buff your stuff is a more for daily use when you want to feel energised for those lazy mornings. Either way, they both get a thumbs up!