Tuesday, August 18, 2015

A Month of Beautiful Giveaways: Tata Harper Smoothing Body Scrub

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A Month of Beautiful Giveaways is a very special feature here on The Beauty of Life! Throughout the month of August, I will be giving away an array of unbelievable beauty prizes from some of my all-time favorite brands. Check back for your chance to win each day!
I have such an obsession with all things Tata Harper. Every product in the line just makes skin look and feel its absolute best. And of course the Tata Harper Smoothing Body Scrub is no different.

This lush body scrub exfoliates and hydrates the skin, thanks to a host of fabulous ingredients. Tata Harper's multi-particle polishing complex, which contains a powerful blend of five biodegradable exfoliants -- pink Himalayan sea salt, Hawaiian sea salt, cranberry fibers, apricot seed powder and organic sugar -- micro-polishes the surface and buffs away dead skin. Argan oil and Tata Harper's estate grown beauty complex hydrates the hydro-lipid layer and delivers long-lasting moisture to the skin. Basically, you're left with skin that's smooth, soft and super glowy. Pretty fantastic, right?

And today, one lucky winner has the chance to receive this body scrub! This giveaway has a retail value of $68. To enter, use the Rafflecopter widget below. Good luck!

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19 comments:

  1. I like using scrub on wet skin.

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  2. I only scrub wet skin. I've never heard of using scrubs on dry skin. I figured that might cause micro tears.

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  3. I use body scrub on wet skin.

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  4. I use it on wet skin

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  5. I use it on wet skin the most, but also occasionally use it on dry skin.

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  6. When I use it on my body I'm in the shower so my skin is wet. However I use it on my feet also and usually I start out with it on dry skin then add water. Thanks so much.

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  7. I usually use it on wet skin; however, I'll give it a try on dry skin.

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  8. i use it on a little wet skin but no too wet@

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