That’s what I said when I rinsed after using True Blue Spa Clean Karma Exfoliating Body Wash ($13.50). “All that dirt was on ME??” Yikes!
The crushed lychee and bamboo exfoliators in Clean Karma buff the hell out of crusty feet, elbows and knees. It worked so alarmingly well at removing dirt and dead skin that it left a ring o’ dirty grossness around the tub when I was done. EWWW! — but in a good way.
Yah, the tube looks all peaceful and zen-like, but don’t be fooled. Scrubbing with Clean Karma isn’t what I’d call relaxing. It didn’t hurt when I used it on my rough elbows, feet and knees — in fact, it was kinda invigorating — but on softer skin it felt a little scratchy, like scented sandpaper.
Speaking of fragrance, there’s more to Clean Karma than scrubbing power. It’s a great mix of ginger and orange scents that really wakes me up in the morning.
Bath and Body Works True Blue Spa Clean Karma Exfoliating Body Wash
Use: A deep, heavy duty exfoliating cleanser
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If you need heavy duty exfoliating, Clean Karma totally obliterates dirt and dead skin, but it’s not exactly a gentle touch.
Feeling dirrrty? Consider one of these exfoliators…
I think I’ll keep a tube around though. You never know when your feet, knees or elbows will need a good scrubbing!
Your friendly neighborhood beauty addict,