Hello lovely people,
How smooth is your body?
Under all the lumps and bumps, (stretch marks and cellulite if like me and you are blessed with them) including your elbows; knees and top of arms, exactly how smooth does your skin look and feel? Do you have five mins, (or longer if you really want a skin treat) immediately before a bath or shower, to massage a nourishing mineral rich sea salt and luscious oil rub onto your skin? If the answer is no, then make the time as your skin will thank you for it. Also, that was actually a rhetorical question. Of course you have the time. What you need is The Tropic Body Smooth.
My days whizz past in a blur with so much to do between working part-time, running a house and entertaining an over zealous one year old. Some days are so manic I’m still in my pj’s at bedtime. I’m pretty confident that these are the days where I don’t walk into town. Or at least I hope so.
Anyway, I am still skin savvy enough to recognise that unless I want scaly skin like Bridget Jones or The Little Mermaid, then I need to make the time and get my exfoliating mitts on before bath time and open my beautiful pot of Tropic Body Smooth.
There is a huge debate over whether you bathe or shower after you exfoliate your skin. I can see both sides of this argument. If you jump straight into the shower then the whole process of exfoliating with The Tropic Body Smooth is over very quickly and there is no standing around naked with sea salt all over your body whilst you wait for your bubble bath to run. But do you really view such an amazing body treat as a ‘process’?
If you paid a fortune for an exquisite dress that held so much sentimental, (and monetary) value, would you pop it on a ‘quick’ wash in you’re washing machine to get it clean and back in the wardrobe to save on time? Or, would you take it to a reputable dry cleaners where you know it will be lovingly cared for, (granted not all cleaners have this view) and look as good as new when you pick it up?
I don’t like to rush anything that I am going to enjoy and this includes caring for my skin, among other delights such as good food. Chocolate in particular!
Depending on your age, you may (or may not) remember the Cadburys Flake advert from the 1980s where a woman is laying in a bath surrounded by candles whilst eating her flake. Maybe a little dramatic for some that watched it but I completely get her. Thats what I call savouring and enjoying something that brings you pleasure.
If you get into the bath after you exfoliate with Tropic Body Smooth, then I accept you will eventually be sat in all your grime and dead skin cells. For me, I’m ok with this as it counts as ‘Me Time’ even if I am sat in my own dirty water.
On the plus side your body will be positively tingling from The Tropic Body Smooth and will be crying out for the feeling of a hot soak.
The smell of the Golden jojoba and macadamia oils, (just a few of the many oils in this scrub) are so relaxing and clean smelling, I challenge you NOT to savour a bath after such an invigorating experience.
When I’m done soaking, and this varies between five minutes to an hour, then I just show the shower to my body to rinse off any excess salts. You will definitely still feel the remaining oils after you have dried yourself. This Body Smooth is seriously effective in its job. If all you have time for is to concentrate on the rough or dry skin areas of your body, you will still feel and see a noticeable difference after just one use.
This is Susie Ma’s founding product and it is exceptionally well rated for its skin benefits. THIS is the amazing scrub that she concocted herself and sold in jam jars at Greenwich market, aged 15 years. She made £980 on her first day. The rest is history.
Don’t just take my word for it. Treat yourself or gift someone, (and borrow it) to this wonderful pot of smoothing loveliness.
Your skin will feel instantly smoother and hydrated. That’s a promise.