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Ec Oooh Chic Tangerine & Ginger Sugar Scrub

Is a Solution for:
Cellulite, Stretch Marks, Sagging Skin
September 12, 2010 Reviewed by admin 3 Comments

Ok, I admit it: sometimes I like to try more "girly" products. But all in the name of research, you see. But the only thing "girly" about Ec-Oooh-Chic's Tangerine & Ginger Sugar Scrub ($22.50) is the packaging (and probably the fact that not many men use body scrubs.. but hey, I like to think we all need a good body exfoliation).

What I love about Ec-Oooh-Chic Tangerine & Ginger Sugar Scrub is the ingredients. No frills, and—count them—only four ingredients, all of which are so beneficial for dry skin.

Natural sugar cane provides the actual exfoliation and stimulates circulation, while it's buddies honey and almond oil not only offer that amazing scent but also bring your skin to this softness you don't get every day. As you know, honey is a natural humectant so it already has the ability to retain moisture well. It's also a natural antioxidant. Speaking of antioxidants, the scrub also contains Vitamin E, which is known to help reduce age spots and prevent further sun damage. Talk about getting rid of dead skin cells while gaining from other benefits in an organic way!

I should also mention that the sugar is super fine, which I think is a bonus. There are some scrubs out there that actually hurt, but this is completely painless.

It is $22.50, however, and with ingredients as simple as this, could be something you could easily make yourself at home. That way, guys can use a more, ahem, masculine oil for scent.

Ingredients: Sucrose (sugar), Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Honey, Tocopherol (Vitamin-E)
  • September 12, 2010

    by jimmy

    hey guys ! you know, it was weird for me too but I had sent out a query to the web site and hadn't heard back. hopefully on monday we'll solve this mystery!

  • September 12, 2010

    by marta

    That was exactly my thought, I even went to double check on the ingredients. Seems odd that they would take perfectly good ingredients and then give the thing a completely irrelevant name.

  • September 12, 2010

    by Junko

    Love the DIY thinking Jimmy, but I'm confused by the name. Tangerine & Ginger aren't in the ingredients nor are there perfume/fragrances which would elude to this either?

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