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REVIEW: The Nature's Co Cranberry Exfoliating Body Polish For Dry Skin

Nope! This Isn't A Geography Lesson...

You know the time when youa re really excited to try out a product but after the first use you realise it totally wasn't worth it? Well the body polish is somewhat of a dampener that way. When I received the PR sample, I was super excited and was dying to try it out. But the first time was really disappointing! But I did not give hope and prayed that it would work for me the second time... Well I tried it the third and the fourth and even the fifth time and when it failed to work for me even then, I decided to write this review with a really heavy heart :(

In general The Nature Products are pretty good and I quite love their body lotions but this Body polish seems to be on of those products that fail to work for you regardless of the fact that you really want it to... Fragrance wise, its awesome! It doesn't have an overbearing sweet smell, rather it boasts of a natural berry fragrance that is quite refreshing especially in a hot shower after a long day at work.

What did not work for me is that though they specify it to be for Dry Skin, it is extremely drying and just doesn't work for dry skin :( On the flip side this might just prove to be a wonderful product for beauties with Oily or Normal skin. The exfoliating particles that actually look like strawberry/cranberry seeds are not harsh or rough on skin and the polish as such does not cause any reactions or rashes.

If you have oily/normal you might want to give it a shot. Do not be deterred by the dry skin label on it ;)

Image Of The Product
Ooohhhss And Aaaahhhss!!!
1. It has an extremely "natural" berry fragrance that is both refreshing and yummy :)
2. The exfoliating particles are not harsh or rough on the skin.
3. The product does not cause any reactions or allergies.
4. It would work great for Oily/Normal skin.
5. Easily available at TNC outlets.

1. Irrespective of what the label says, it does not suit dry skin.

It costs INR 345/-

Since I have extremely dry skin and it didn't work for me, I wouldn't repurchase it.

Would I Recommend?
 Like I mentioned before, I would recommend it for girls with oily and normal skin. Dry skinned beauties might want to stay away from this.

Overall Rating:
7/10 for Dry Skin
9/10 for Oily Skin

P.S. Product sent by PR for consideration. However, my review is honest and is in no way biased.


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