Here's a review on Snoe's Snoe White Maximum Strength Moringa Milk Whitening Scrub
PRICE: Around P300.00
PLACE BOUGHT: Snoe, Market! Market!
OTHER LOCATIONS: Please refer to Snoe Beauty Inc. on Facebook
Here's something for our tough, dry dead skin cells: Snoe's Snoe White milk scrub. It's the driest and toughest body scrub I've ever used, and it really works in getting rid of those dead skin layers on your skin.
Comes with a plastic spoon to ensure that the fresh product remains untouched before usage. However, it takes a bit of effort to use since the bottle's opening is quite small for me to use the spoon productively.
The scrub has a nice milky floral scent. It's really gritty, and I like it. It actually reminds me of Abonne's Spa Milk Salt, (the brand that started the craze on milk bath and body products) but this one feels rougher. It gives me a feeling that I've gotten rid of those pesky dead skin layers for real. It can sting for a bit due to the salt ingredient, but I assure you it's completely tolerable.
For people with dry skin, it's best to use it in conjunction with soap or body wash because it can irritate your skin. I have used it on my underarms for 2 months and I've seen a brightening effect, although not that much. But my underarms felt smoother and cleaner because it helps get rid of stubborn ingrown hair.
HOW I'VE USED THIS PRODUCT:
1. Dry scrub is best used on dry skin. I take a 5 peso coin- sized amount and apply it on my underarms, and I scrub gently.
2. After scrubbing each underarm for 2 minutes, I rinse it off.
3. I take two more scoops for my underarms, and leave it on for 5 minutes.
3. After 5 minutes, I hit the shower again and rinse it off completely.
Overall, it's a cute product, it sloughs off dead skin effectively, and I love its scent. I even think that of all the dry scrubs I've tried, this one's the toughest. But I won't really buy it again because I didn't fully experience its promise.