Friday, February 18, 2011

Aviva Organics Conditioning Body Polish Review

*The label is flaking off and it creates a terrible mess

Conditioning Body Polish: Look Healthy. Feel Confident. This creamy body polish contains organic botanicals, antioxidants and essential oils designed to condition, soften and evenly exfoliate your skin. Ideal to help your sunless tan will look darker, fade more evenly, and last longer. The invigorating particles smooth and prep your skin for a truly exceptional sun-free tanning experience.
safe tanning

    78% Organic Ingredients:

        Organic Rosemary Extract
        Organic Calendula ExtractOrganic Ginger Root Extract
        Organic Lemon Verbena Leaf Extract
        Organic Orange Peel Extract
        Organic Rose Hips Fruit Extract
        Organic Sunflower Seed Oil
        Organic Soy Oil
safe tanning


Apply product with hands. Massage gently using circular motion, paying extra attention to the elbows, knees, hands, feet and ankles. Rinse thoroughly.

*My Experience with the Body Scrub:*
  •  Price: $25 for 237ml Bottle
  • Effectiveness: The conditioning body polish effectively removes dead skin cells and stimulates circulation. I noticed a significant difference in my skin tone after the first use; the polish brightens my skin and leaves my skin uber smooth. The invigorating particles preps my skin for my lotion/ self tanner moisturizer.
  • How to use: I apply the product with my hands to my legs, elbows, knees, feet and ankle in circular motions.
  • Scent:  Light, creamy orange
  • Cons: The particles can be more finely milled. I think the scrub may be too harsh for indivdiuals who have senstive and thin skin.
  • Bottom line: I don't recommend this body polish. Save your money and use St. Ives facial scrub instead of Aviva Organics Conditioning Body Polish.
  • *Grade: 5.8/10


Aimi said...

Oh god! I can't beleive you spent $25 for organic body scrub and yet you are able to move out soon. :P Hehe, hey I was wondering if you can write more entries on DIY body care tips. TIA.

Dakota said...

Can you write an entry on homemade organic scrubs please! I rather not spend $25 on a body scrub that is on my skin for a few mintues and then goes down the drain. TIA.

Gigi said...

I really like your homemade DIY lip scrub, I was wondering if you can write more on DIY body scrubs! Thanks!

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