8 November 2012

Nourish Organic Body Polish Review

This time of year, it's super important to exfoliate your skin.  The colder weather makes our skin more susceptible to moisture loss, and if you aren't sloughing off any already dead skin, it's that much harder to keep your skin hydrated.  There are plenty of different ways to exfoliate, but one of the simplest is to use a scrub like Nourish's Organic Body Polish.

Product Description: Every shower or bath brings with it the opportunity to renew and refresh skin, leaving it smooth and glowing with good health. Simply cleanse with the USDA certified organic blend of ground murumuru and cupuacu seeds, corn cob nutrients, forbidden and jade pearl rice, nourishing aloe, and pomegranate oil. Gentle enough to use every day.

Ingredients: Organic aloe barbadensis leaf juice, organic cocos nucifera (coconut) oil, purified water, potassium hydroxide, organic helianthus annuus (sunfower) seed oil, organic sesamum indicum (sesame) seed oil, organic jade pearl rice, organic cyamopsis tetragonoloba (guar) gum, organic cocos nucifera (coconut) milk, tocopherol (vitamin E), organic punica granatum (pomegranate) seed oil, organic theobroma grandiflorum (cupuacu) seed, organic astrocaryum (murumuru) seed, organic forbidden rice, organic corn cob grit, organic camellia sinensis leaf (green tea) extract.

Price: $9.99 from Nourish or $8.25 from Vitacost

My Thoughts: This is a fantastic product to have in your beauty arsenal.  Unlike a lot of other scrubs that are oil based, Nourish's Body Polish is a scrub housed in a castile soap base.  This means that while it exfoliates, it also lathers up and serves as a body wash too.  Also, while a lot of other scrubs are made from sugar or salt, the grittiness here is from two kinds of rice, corn grits, and murumuru and cupuacu seeds.  It's all finely milled and it really is gentle enough to use every day, just like Nourish claims.  It's also not scented, though the ingredients do give it a light, fresh, slightly starchy smell, kind of like cornmeal.  

The combination of being unscented and the gentleness of the exfoliants convinced me to try it as a face scrub and I've been loving using it on my face also.  Sometimes I do wish it was a little rougher for my body, but that same gentleness makes it perfect for the face, where it leaves my skin cleansed, exfoliated, and super soft.  For that reason, I wouldn't change a thing about this product!  It's become my new favorite face scrub and I've also been enjoying it as a body polish in rotation with other coarser scrubs.  

The Bottom Line: Nourish's products have awesome ingredients, are super affordable, and if the body polish is anything to go on, are fantastic quality too.  I'll definitely be checking out more of their line in the future!

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6 comments:

  1. ooh i want to try this now! thank you for the review! (wish it was on iherb, it has free international shipping!)

    http://maiannenotebook.blogspot.com.au

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  2. Great review! I use and love Nourish's organic almond-vanilla deodorant! I did a review of it on my blog! It works really great. I will be trying out their body lotion next! I will have to add this polish to my list! sounds awesome and I love how affordable their products are!

    http://beautybybritanie.com

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  3. @elaera
    You're welcome! I got mine from Vitacost. They don't have free international shipping, but their shipping is still pretty affordable :)

    @Britanie
    I remember seeing your review of the deodorant - it sounded great too! I think their shower gel is next on my list to try:)

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  4. You pretty much just sold me. I'm in need of a new body scrub and it's going to be this one now!

    Www.ecochicbeautydiva.blogspot.ca

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  5. Awesome! I hope you like it :)

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