H is For Love Lin Body Scrub

I’ve been a little obsessed with body scrubs lately, more so than body washes, or soaps. When I tell you obsessed, I mean I had a whole drawer full of just scrubs, waiting to have their turn. The H is for Love Lin body scrub I was saving though. If you haven’t tried anything from H is for Love, you need to! It’s skincare luxury in every sense of the word. This isn’t the reason I was saving Lin though, I was saving it because it’s not actually out yet (should be soon).

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I met Bee (the creator) and bought Lin at the Renegade Craft Fair in Seattle back in December. So I waited as long as I could before cracking it open because I knew I would fall in love instantly and want to fly through it. Boy was I right! Lin is not like any other body scrub I’ve ever tried. Most scrubs are dense and kind of hard to scoop out of the jar, not Lin. Lin is so light and airy, it’s like you just reached into a jar of clouds, it’s so fluffy!!! And you know how most scrubs leave this kind of slick film on your body and in the shower? Not Lin. Lin leaves the most blissful finish, it feels like a nourishing body oil, not a greasy death trap waiting to happen. You’ll leave the shower with your skin feeling silky and hydrated. Oh yeah, and the smell is heaven. To me, it smells like the Pacific Northwest, like you’re sitting under the stars amongst the pine trees at night. Not too over powering, just an invigorating, refreshing, beautiful scent. Perfect for men or women.

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When I get out of the shower, I follow up my body care routine with some Kinu body balm, also not out quite yet. But we’ll save the Kinu review for a different day. Spoiler alert, it’s incredible too. Anyway, I’ve never been impressed with a body scrub like the way I have been with Lin. So, if you haven’t checked it out already, sign up for H is for Love alerts so you can be the first to know when it’s here. You won’t be disappointed!

3 thoughts on “H is For Love Lin Body Scrub

  1. I’ve never used a body scrub. Like, ever. I’ve basically only used them on my face…and in moderation because of my sensitive skin. I’m such a newbie (obviously), but how often do you use one?

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