Margarita In A Jar: True Blue Spa Citrus Body Scrub

Posted on April 13, 2012 by in Beauty, Featured

Refreshing Citrus Body Scrub by Bath & Body Works!

After this years weird winter, I wanted to jump into spring. Spring however, was really short this year in Florida so let’s swing right into summer with Bath & Body Works True Blue Spa’s Refreshing Citrus Body Scrub

I discovered this gem back when I was living in Memphis and the long winters made me yearn for my beloved Florida! This is actually the second generation of this product. In it’s former life, it was called Need A Margarita scrub. I’ve no idea why they changed the name. Perhaps some teetotaller decided to riot. In any case, the 1.0 version had the same citrusy scent, used coarse salt as it’s scrubbing agent, and the same moisturizing oils. This 2.0 version has sugar crystals as it’s scrubbing agent, but really, they both do a great job.

The smell is fantastic! It’s like being on a beach in the Caribbean right as the cabana boy brings you your margarita!  Just wet your skin, take a bit of the scrub and rub it in circles, then rinse! The “exotic oil blend (Coconut, Almond, Avocado, Jojoba and more) “ makes your skin feel sooooo good. I have recommended this product to everyone and anyone when asked what my favorite scrub is.  At $13.50 for a 6oz. jar, it’s an inexpensive indulgence.

Do you need a jump start on summer?

Give this citrus scrub a try and I’ll see you on the beach!

 

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Posted on April 13, 2012 by in Beauty, Featured

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9 Responses to “Margarita In A Jar: True Blue Spa Citrus Body Scrub”
  1. I love summery smelling products! This sounds like just what I need before baring any skin in a couple of months =)

  2. Megan G.No Gravatar says:

    Wonder why they changed from salt to sugar. The advantage to the sugar, though, is that you can use it after shaving. I don’t like using commercial scrubs before shaving because the oil clogs the razor.

    • The company never really explained the reformulation, it just kind of happened along with a make over of the packaging. I noticed because I was a LOYAL customer of the “Need A Margarita”. You are right though, about the oils clogging up razors. I’d usually just exfoliate with the Foaming body scrub before shaving and save my citrus scrub for the next day.

  3. Liza RaeNo Gravatar says:

    So now I not only want to try this scrub…but I want to hit the beach. And have a margarita!

  4. KerriNo Gravatar says:

    I love all of the true blue line and noticed the new packaging. It’s kind of weird to look for your tried and true product and not see it because it looks funny! This scrub sounds divine….just what I need to whip this pasty, white skin into summer shape. Thanks for the recommendation!

    • I was especially confused when they had changed not only the packaging, but also the name & formulation!! Luckily B&BW employs all those happy clerks! I’d have never found it! (And I do love it so!)

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