Review: ACTZ Sugar Scrubs & Sudzy Fun
What a wonderful way to get clean! These are the cutest soaps I have ever seen. Just let me tell you about the company.
Actz Cosmetics is a family owned company that offers a product that is natural, and free from chemicals. Take a moment to read their story about how and why this company was started, which is amazing.
I appreciate that they focus on natural ingredients. Their products have no Paraben, Phthalates or Nitro Musks.
I love that everything is natural but they go far beyond that with their products. Their products are actually good for your skin. And they come in the cutest designs, colors and “flavors”!
From the moment you open the package you will “smell” the difference. My girls opened the box and immediately said, “Mom, someone sent you popcorn!” because the packing cushion was actually popcorn. Great smelling popcorn too!
Our box included:
Pineapple Delight cupcake – Yes a cupcake! It smells unbelievable. The frosting is a whipped soap frosting that just melts in your hands as you lather it up to shave or wash your hands. The frosting was my favorite part – my hands were so soft after using this cupcake soap.
Lemon Crumb Cake Sugar Scrub – Oh my goodness! This scrub is amazing. Simply scoop out a small amount and gently apply it to your arms, face or legs to rub away the dead skin. I can’t get over that it looks just like a crumb cake!
Nude Face Polish – What a comforting product. My face felt so soft and clean after using this sugar scrub. This product had a natural, organic smell to it unlike the pressed soaps. I enjoyed the scent and actually preferred it because it was used on my face. It reminded me of being on the beach, sort of salt air and sand.
Disclaimer: Make sure to watch the little ones around these soaps. As you can tell from the picture, my “cupcake” had a bite out of it!
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