Photo courtesy of: B Vintage Lifestyle Blog (bvintage.ca)
joe loves converting DIY folks into loving his handmade scrubs, especially those with a great sense of style. Deborah McDonald, Editor of B Vintage, a Canadian-based lifestyle blog, has inspired many with her unique decor ideas over the years.
As a former esthetician and freelance makeup artist, her review of joeSCRUB Coffee, Matcha and Charcoal scrubs holds a lot of weight, given that she knows how important it is to look after your skin.
Check out her review (excerpts below):
"My skin felt amazing after one use of each scrub and when I opened the packages, each scent that came out was incredible. I think I have a bit of a new obsession with them!"
"I'm a coffee junkie, so when I first opened the firming joeSCRUB Coffee scrub, it was love at first smell. I was equally impressed with how amazing my skin looked and felt after washing the scrub off: softer, smoother, and just healthier! This scrub was invigorating, hydrating and the perfect way to start my day."
"The detoxifying joeSCRUB Charcoal scrub has the most amazing scent of lavender and rosemary essential oils, which last on your skin long after you wash the scrub off. It is the perfect way to end a long day in your bathtub! The Charcoal scrubs gently buffed away my dead skin cells, allowing the anti-aging castor oil and soothing chamomile to be absorbed into my skin. My skin had a very fresh and clean appearance afterward."
"joeSCRUB Matcha scrub appeared to moisturize my skin the most! I saw an immediate improvement in skin hydration and loved how it felt. The Matcha scrub prepped my skin for my moisturizer, allowing it to penetrate better and kept my skin glowing for the rest of the day."
"I can’t wait to see how my skin looks after a few weeks of using joeSCRUB."
Deborah's true passion is to provide her readers with decor inspiration and easy DIY’s to create warm and inviting spaces. She has been refinishing furniture and blogging since 2005. Deborah recently took a break from most of the retail side of B Vintage and has been focusing more on her blog. For more on Deborah, please click here.