This Australian blue body scrub claims to clear cellulite and stretch marks after ONE USE (and Kim Kardashian is already a fan)
- Stars are treating their skin with a new body scrub from an Australian brand
- Made from white clay and bamboo, the scrub claims to reduce scars and cellulite
- ‘Glacial Dip’ is the latest product from Body Blendz – and it’s already sold out
- But shoppers can still buy it in a set which comes with a hydrating serum for $99
Celebrities are treating their cellulite with a body scrub from an Australian skincare brand that promises to reduce scars and stretch marks after just one use.
The $46.99 ‘Glacial Dip’ exfoliator from Body Blendz has already sold out just four days after launching on November 20, but it’s still available in a set which also contains a moisturising serum for $99.
Made from natural ingredients including Australian white clay, aloe vera and bamboo powder, the electric blue scrub claims to leave skin brighter and smoother almost instantly by stimulating blood flow and alleviating ingrown hairs.
Stars and supermodels have already endorsed the product, with Melbourne catwalk queen Shanina Shaik uploading Instagram videos applying it on her legs and even Kim Kardashian sharing news of the launch with her 192million followers.
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The $46.99 ‘Glacial Dip’ exfoliator from Australian beauty brand Body Blendz (pictured on a customer) promises to reduce scars and stretch marks after just one use
Stars and supermodels have already endorsed the product, with Melbourne catwalk queen Shanina Shaik (left) uploading Instagram videos applying it on her legs (right)
How to use the ‘Glacial Dip’ scrub
1. Soften skin in the shower or bath.
2. Once your skin is wet, scrub body in circular motions for 5-10 minutes.
3. Focus on areas that need extra attention by scrubbing them for longer.
4. Rinse in warm water and enjoy brighter, smoother skin.
The scrub, which is cruelty-free, vegan friendly and manufactured in Australia, is scented with a luxurious blend of orange, lime and rose – fragrances typically used in treatments at upscale beauty salons.
Stocked on the brand’s website with shipping available to customers across Australia and around the world, it promises to nourish skin with vitamins and minerals that boost natural collagen production.
Collagen is linked to a slew of benefits including reduced wrinkles, stronger bones, brighter skin and smoother movement of joints, with a booming industry built on its back over the past five years.
But the real magic of the scrub lies in its clever blend of natural ingredients, which have been selected by cosmetologists in collaboration with the face of the scrub, Canadian TV personality Nicole Williams-English – better known by her Instagram handle, Just Nic.
Australian white clay, one of the main components, is an excellent exfoliant that gently lifts dead and dry skin, drawing dirt and oil from pores to even out skin tone.
But the real magic of the scrub lies in its clever blend of natural ingredients
This is what reduces the severity of scars and stretch marks.
Then there’s bamboo powder, a powerful antioxidant proven to protect skin from harmful UV rays, which leads to a smoother, clearer and more radiant complexion wherever it is applied on the body.
Aloe vera works similar wonders through its potent anti-inflammatory properties, which have been the cure-all solution for burns, acne and dry skin for hundreds of years.
Women have been rushing to get their hands on the scrub since it launched on Friday, with many leaving gushing comments on the brand’s Instagram feed.
‘Need this in my life,’ one wrote, while another added: ‘Wow, this sounds amazing.’
Megastars including Kim Kardashian and her reality star pal Natalie Halcro have already promoted the scrub on their much-followed Instagram stories (Kim’s left, Natalie’s right)
The $46.99 scrub has already sold out just four days after launching on November 20, but it’s still available in a set which also contains a moisturising serum (pictured) for $99
Melbourne influencer Lorraine Morena claimed it has ‘brightened and hydrated’ her skin, while fellow blogger Eliza Hoy said she was ‘blown away by how moisturising’ the product is.
‘The exfoliator made my skin so soft, removed all the dead skin but still left me so hydrated,’ she wrote in a post uploaded on Saturday.
Body Blendz CEO Theo Ikosidekas told Daily Mail Australia that applying the scrub feels like ‘dipping into the Blue Lagoon’, the iconic geothermal spa in southwestern Iceland famed for its health and skin enhancing benefits.
Mr Ikosidekas said it will ‘leave you as relaxed and calm as a day at the spa’.