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Jan Marini Bioglycolic Resurfacing Body Scrub Review



To scrub or not to scrub?

‘Lauren’s review of Jan Marini’s Bioglycolic Resurfacing Body Scrub’
Hi there!

I have tried many body scrubs in the past such as sugar based, sea salt, apricot kernel, almond & jojoba beads!
But my favourite all time body scrub- The Ultimate body scrub has to be Jan Marini Bioglycolic Resurfacing Body Scrub.
This dual action body scrub combines highly concentrated glycolic acid with polished granules to slough off dead skin, whilst aloe and chamomile leave the skin hydrated and super soft!


What is glycolic acid?
Glycolic acid is an alpha hydroxy acid that works by stimulating cell renewal (think of little pac men eating away at the dead skin!)
How to use:
No mess, no fuss- simply massage into damp skin, leave for several minutes to work it’s magic & wash off! *avoid sensitive areas or broken skin


Many of our patients here at Outline Skincare Clinic in Droitwich, Worcestershire use Jan Marini Bioglycolic Resurfacing Body Scrub to lift pesky ingrown hairs.

The scrub helps lift them out and smooth over areas of hyper pigmented skin which the ingrown hairs can cause.

This scrub is also fabulous for improving dry skin such as elbows, knees & feet!

Jan Marini Bioglycolic Resurfacing Body Scrub should not be used on the face due to the potent ingredients, however acne prone body areas such as backs benefit due to the deeply exfoliating properties which aid in lifting the bacteria and excess sebum that can cause the acne.
Rating: 10/10 considering you get a huge 330ml bottle for just £32.88!
You can purchase this product on our website or please call 01905 795028 if you would like any more information

Thanks for stopping by!


One comment

  1. Fabulous review will definitely try some thanks Lauren

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