When you first open the tub, you are instantly hit by the familiar sugar crush scent. The sugary citrus smell reminds me of sherbet sweets. Once you get over the amazing scent, you notice the not-so-pleasing look of the scrub. Its brown and looks rather solid. Which it is, the first time I used it, it was rather pasty. After the first use thought, me skin did feel soft and smooth, plus I smelt delicious. The packaging is fabulous too, as are all Soap & Glory products.
Although first impressions are everything, I've been using Sugar Crush body scrub for about a month now and my opinions have slightly changed. The scrub itself is no longer paste-like. I think because of the water that gets into the pot in my shower (I don't screw the lid back on properly- I'm a bit lazy) it has softened dramatically. It now has a gloppy consistency which makes it easier to spread the product.
Even so, I don't feel a huge difference with my skin on days I use the scrub compared to days I don't. It's such a shame as I am so in love with the sugar crush scent, but hey, maybe in the winter where my skin will get dryer, my skin might appreciate this scrub more. I hope so as it really is lovely.
If your a fan of sweet smelling products, then I couldn't recommend this more. The scent really is delightful. I recommend to Sugar Crush Body Wash too as that is also a beautiful product. The review is linked here but warning, I wrote this when I started this blog so it's not the best, I hope I've improved since then!