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I’d like to introduce y’all to one of my most repurchase products, the Soap & Glory Smoothie Star Breakfast ScrubI’ve replaced this super scrub on so many occasions now that I thought it was about time that it had a post all of its own. The Breakfast Scrub has been repackaged recently and made a part of the brand’s Smoothie Star range but – thankfully – the wonderful formula has remained unchanged.

First things first, I’ve got to talk about the scent – an amazing maple syrup smell mixed with almond and banana. It’s smells almost exactly like a warm stack of pancakes and I would be lying to you if I said I hadn’t been tempted to try and give it a lick… Don’t worry, I haven’t – yet.

In terms of the formula, it’s packed to the brim with oat, sugar, shea, honey, banana, almonds and oatmeal which all help to gently exfoliate the skin while leaving it feeling fully moisturised and nourished post-shower. No dryness or flakiness in sight and the scent lingers subtly on skin for hours after you’ve finished using it.

As you may have guessed, this scrub holds a very special place in my beauty stash – and I can’t see it being de-throned any time soon. Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m off in search of some pancakes…

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2 thoughts on “Soap & Glory Smoothie Star Breakfast Scrub, an ode

  1. M says:

    I love scrubs but one of the challenges I find is the residue that it leaves in the bathtub. Do you have any problems with that happening with this one?

    1. I don’t find it an issue with this scrub – I sometimes give the bath a quick rinse post-shower anyway but don’t notice any residue! x

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