I've been collecting fragrant body care ever since I was old enough to have an allowance; years later, not much has changed. I still have fun finding new, great scents to add to my everyday routine! Today I'm sharing an offering from MOR, a niche bath, body, and lifestyle brand that I've come to enjoy. (I've been toting around MOR's Lip Macaron in Cassis Noir for some time now). MOR is an Australian brand that draws inspiration from new experiences and old traditions to craft their beautifully fragranced products. Today I'm sharing my thoughts on MOR Sugar Rose Tiger Lily Salt and Sugar Body Scrub!
MOR Sugar Rose Tiger Lily Salt and Sugar Body Scrub is an invigorating scented scrub enriched with avocado and jojoba oils to nourish and protect the skin. The texture is very thick, having an almost gel-like consistency. The formula hydrates without being oily, thanks to a generous helping of glycerin. The salt and sugar are present in high density small granules, and do not melt too quickly (which is often occurs with shower scrubs). The exfoliating capacity was definitely on the greater end, which I enjoyed. And last but not least, I loved the gorgeous rose and lily fragrance of the scrub! (You know I love my florals).
MOR Sugar Rose Tiger Lily Salt and Sugar Body Scrub ($22 for 21.5oz) leaves my skin both polished and beautifully fragranced. I enjoy the soothing nature of the lasting non-oily scrub, as well as the perfume-like quality of the scent. (It layers nicely with my fine fragrances, of course!) The MOR Salt and Sugar Body Scrub comes in five different colors (each with its own color and gold foiled icon), including : Sugar Rose Tiger Lily, Black Currant Iris, Neroli Clementine, Basil & Grape, and Honey Nectar. If you're a fan of fragranced bath and body products, MOR is certainly worth a try. MOR products are available at Nordstrom and www.morcosmetics.com
Thanks for reading! Have you tried MOR? Which of the five fragrances appeal to you? What are your current favorite body scrubs?
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