Springtime is just around the corner, and with it comes rebirth and a freshness of life. Flowers are blooming, birds are chirping, and everything is given a good ol’ spring clean. That’s where I come in.

As we’ve discussed previously, Molly Rose body scrubs aren’t like the average scrub. Unlike the typical oily jar of sticky sugar or salt, my body scrubs are a pressed solid stick of sea salt, oils, and wax. It’s a virtually mess-free exfoliating experience! The thing is, Fairy Garden Body Scrub started life as one of those oily jars.

Fairy Garden, 2013.

Luckily, this version of Fairy Garden only lasted about 3 months as I quickly decided that this mess just wasn’t good enough. I did manage to get one of my favorite photos of it at that time:wp-1486846396875.jpg

In fact, Fairy Garden Body scrub is my most photographed product.
So what exactly is it that makes it so special? It’s a dreamy combination of roses, lavender, and a hint of vanilla. It’s fresh and comforting, relaxing and stimulating, and perfect for springtime exfoliation (after all, with spring comes summer right around the corner)!

Fairy Garden Body Scrub was featured in the Summer 2016 issue of FAE magazine.

Fairy Garden Body Scrub starts life has beautiful pink organic rosebuds that are hand-crushed and mixed with lavender, vanilla absolute, sea salt and the Molly Rose Balms formula for rich moisturization as well as deep exfoliation. Over time, the pink of the petals will mellow into a golden amber, though that does not affect the aroma or usefulness of the scrub.

Sorting the petals from the stems before hand-crushing.

If I absolutely had to choose one body scrub, this would be it. I mean, you know I love roses, so it’s probably not a surprise that I’d choose this one, but still.

Next week, we’ll take a look at another romantic delight with Chianti Lip & Cheek Tint.

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