This Week You Should Try.... Salt Caviar Body Polish By Russie Blanche

14/08/2014 16:45 | Updated 20 May 2015

Summer is in full swing so it's out with the arms, legs and bare shoulders.

Yes, this might require fake tan and hair removal, but exfoliating is just as important. Why? Because nothing will have your skin feeling silky-smooth like a good body polish.

If you really want to treat yourself, it's worth investing in a luxe product like the Baniya Detox Salt Caviar Body Polish from model Julia Lemigova's Russie Blanche range.

Think natural ingredients and essential oils. Think eucalyptus, Siberian pine and grapefruit which are packed with stimulating properties to really brighten the skin. Then there's the sugary, salty texture. It's like having an indulgent spa treatment, all in the comfort of your own tub.


There's no getting around the fact this body polish (one that Russian women swear by) is for ladies who like to splurge, and while a 200g tub will set you back £72, it's not for every day use so you can really make it last.

Apply just once or twice a week in the shower or bath, massage into your skin then rinse off thoroughly and feel the effects of the detoxifying essential oils.

You'll notice the difference in an instant, and because nothing says beach-ready like a gorgeous, glowy all-over complexion, we're completely sold.

The Salt Caviar Body Polish from Russie Blanche is available online for £72. Get yours here.


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