17 October 2014


Now that it is officially spring here in Australia, it time to get rid of all those dead winter skin cells, and what better way, than to pamper your skin with some very affordable products from Premium Spa and Beauty Theory..

Premium Spa Salt Body Scrub with Rosehip & Shea*


This salt body scrub has a faint scent of rose, and just a scoop or two is sufficient to buff away any dead skin cells. It contains natural Australian sea salt and organic rosehip and chamomile, and thank to also containing shea butter, that nourishes the skin, it is left soft and smooth. It does get a little messy in the shower with salt bits everywhere, but as it works on dry feet too, it is totally worth it. It contains no parabens, mineral oils, sulfates of synthetic fillers, and comes in a huge easy to use plastic tub, and at just $14.99 it is a true bargain.

RRP: $14.99 (250g) – Available from Priceline

Premium Spa SPS Wonder Scrub with Wattle Seed, Walnut & Rice Bran*

This body scrub contains both physical scrubbers as well as natural AHA exfoliators to gently buff away any dry and dead skin. It has a slightly strange scent, but as it leaves the skin so incredibly soft and glowing, you can forgive - also because it thanks to the organic aloe, sweet almond oil and vitamin E, leaves the skin nourished at the same time. It is simply the perfect scrub to use prior to self-tanners. Like the Rosehip and Shea Salt Scrub, the SOS Scrub is free from chemical nasties including parabens, mineral oils, sulfates of synthetic fillers.

RRP: RRP: $14.99 (250g) – Available from Priceline

Beauty Theory Exfoliating Gloves*


On the days where I am a little more in a hurry, I like to use these Exfoliating Gloves from Beauty Theory. They are made from knitted nylon and one size fits all. When they are used with a body soap, they work help create a nice soft lather, and when massaged over the skin, they quickly and easily removes any dead skin cells. They are also the perfect companion to use prior to self-tanning, and as any regular exfoliation, they help prevent ingrown too. They come in a cute pastel green colour, and when they need a wash, simply put them in a wash bag and throw in the washing machine. An absolute bargain at just $6!

RRP: $6.00 (1 pair of gloves) – Available from Amcal

Beauty Theory Wooden Bath Brush*


Once upon a time I was very flexible, and could easily scrub my own back, but then I had shoulder surgery a few years ago, which has sadly put an end to that. But that’s where I rely on a good bath brush. The long shaft helps me reach those places on my back I otherwise couldn’t. This wooden brush with natural bristles, helps both cleanser and exfoliate the skin, leaving the so smooth. The ergonomic shaft makes it easy to use for body massage, and as they say, dry brushing the body is also good for the circulation helping both with skin tone and cellulite, and maybe, just maybe, if I keep doing this, I will end up with a body like Miranda Kerr who is said to be dry brushing daily..

RRP: $11.00 – Available from Amcal
*Product was kindly provided for consideration, and has reviewed in accordance with my Disclosure Policy.

So there you go, some cheap body pampering products.

How often do you use a body scrub? Dry brushing?


  1. I always use In-Shower Exfoliating gloves - such an easy way of doing it!

    Josie XOXO
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  2. I haven't been able to find a good exfoliating brush lately. They're all really rough.


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