The packaging of this scrub feels really expensive. It comes in a heavy glass jar with a silver lid and a little spatula to scrape out the right amount of product. It reminds me a little bit of Creme de la Mer packaging, in that it feels expensive; however, this 50ml pot retails for £18, so just a fraction of the cost.
I really like the smell of the scrub, which is a must for anything that goes on my face. It has a gentle, citrusy smell that isn't overpowering and doesn't linger behind once the scrub is washed off.
I've found that a little of this goes a long way and one little spatula scoop easily does my whole face. I also haven't experienced any horrible post exfoliation tightness that I've had with other brands, perhaps down to the rosehip oil and shea butter in the formula.
I think that this product is actually really good value. The pot should last for ages, even with regular use and I would definitely consider repurchasing this when it finally runs out.
I've also just found out that this product was recently recognised in the 'commended' list of the Free From Skincare Awards - what a great achievement!
Have you tried anything from Eve of St. Agnes before?
*This post contains a PR sample, my views are honest as always.