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Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Etsy Review: Lanna Cafe Body Scrub

Apologies for the lack of in depth reviews etc recently, but I finally have a new camera and am so excited to share the new series of products I've received over the past week. There's a theme: they're all natural, organic and available to purchase on Etsy.

Over the past few weeks I've been lucky to receive some sample products from all over the world from some lovely people. I've received them all in the past few days  and am currently in the process of trying and reviewing, so they're in no particular order. However, I must say I was super excited to see this Lanna Cafe Body Scrub* from Pim at Lanna Cafe Thailand delivered to my lil ol'student house in Nottingham.
Pim, who makes these products from scratch in Koh Chang, sent me a Coconut Shea Butter Body Scrub.* Look how beautiful the packaging is! I love coconut (I'm that person who everyone gives the unwanted Bountys to), so this was an absolute treat.
This scrub is to be used in the shower and washed off. I personally find a lot of shop-bought body scrubs ridiculously abrasive and just...uncomfortable. Ugh, thinking about past experiences is really not a happy thing (strawberry ones in particular...gross.) I don't want to sandpaper/burn/strip my skin away, please! 

In contrast, the walnut shell beads in this are super tiny so they're gentle on the skin whilst still being effective. My skin was left really soft, plus the scent doesn't wear off in the shower and I still smell like coconut. Result!
Lanna Cafe have conjured up a lovely, gentle scrub that smells heavenly. Check them out on Etsy and Facebook and have a browse through their products!

* The products in this post were a gift from the brand or company mentioned, however all opinions are my own and I always review honestly.
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  2. Hi Naomi, your post is making me go back to the shower! (I just literally had one). This scrub sounds so nice and makes me want to try it as well. It's true most scrubs are really abrasive and would just rip your skin off. thanks for sharing.

    Jo of saycheesycake.blogspot.nl

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    1. Thanks for your nice comment Jo. Yes, I hate them!

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  3. haven't heard of this brand before, will definitely have to check them out! would love if you could check out my fashion blog? :)

    Istylethereforeiiwear

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