L’OREAL PARIS SMOOTH SUGARS SCRUB REVIEW – IN DEPTH (ALL THREE )

L’OREAL PARIS SMOOTH SUGARS SCRUB REVIEW – IN DEPTH (ALL THREE )

So I picked up the new L’Oreal Smooth Sugars Scrubs from Boots a while back (See the haul HERE), I thought I would do an in-depth review for those who are thinking of buying them. I’m going to review each individually then compare them!


L’Oreal Paris Smooth Sugars ‘Nourish’ Scrub

This claims to ‘soften and smooth the skin’, it contains 3 fine sugars and Cocoa Butter.

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Price/Weight

£9.99 for 50ml.

Scent

This smells like chocolate, kind of like angel delight.

Packaging 

The packaging is pretty basic and is the same as the other L’Oreal Masks. The pots are handy though and easy to use.

Performance 

So I used this in the morning 3 times each week, I simply covered it in to my face (minus my eyes obviously) and rubbed it in. I then left it on my face for a little while, used my fingers to rub it. I used my hands in circular motions and did so for about a minute. After I washed it off using a muslin cloth and warm water.

I really like this and it claims to soften and smooth the skin after using it often I can see a difference.

L’Oreal Paris Smooth Sugars ‘Clear’ Scrub

This claims to ‘Purify the skin and lift blackheads’, it contains 3 fine sugars and Kiwi Seeds.

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Price/Weight

£9.99 for 50ml.

Scent 

This smells insane, like a kiwi! The scent isn’t overly powering however it smells incredible.

Packaging 

The packaging is pretty basic and is the same as the other L’Oreal Masks. The pots are handy though and easy to use.

Performance 

So I used this in the morning 3 times each week, I simply covered it in to my face (minus my eyes obviously) and rubbed it in. I then left it on my face for a little while, used my fingers to rub it. I used my hands in circular motions and did so for about a minute. After I washed it off using a muslin cloth and warm water. My skin felt nice after using this,  I simply put on some moisturiser.

Overall I love this. The smell is amazing, my skin feels amazing after using it. I think personally this is my favourite out of all the masks. After using this for 2 weeks straight I have noticed a good difference for when I use it or don’t use it.

L’Oreal Paris Smooth Sugars ‘Glow’ Scrub

This claims to ‘polish the skin and Boost Radiance’, it contains 3 fine sugars and Grapeseed Oil.

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Price/Weight

£9.99 for 50ml.

Scent 

This smells grim, I am not a fan of the scent – it is super off putting!

Packaging 

The packaging is pretty basic and is the same as the other L’Oreal Masks. The pots are handy though and easy to use.

Performance 

The same as the others I put it onto my full face and rubbed it in. In my opinion the smell really put me off of using this. I didn’t want to leave it on or rub it in like I did with the others so I removed it quickly.

I’m really not a lover of this product. The smell is overpowering, if you can disregard that then this may suit your skin however I’m not a fan.


In my opinion my favourite is the ‘Clear Scrub’, the smell is nice and I find it is best suited for my skin – obviously this may not be the same for you.

Often Boots and Superdrug have offers on these scrubs, 3 for 2 or buy one get one half price.


Thank you for reading! I hope this helped you make more of a decision to which to purchase.

Rachel xo

 

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