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A Bonne Spa White C Salt Review

Wotcha ladies? Who among you are body scrubs or salt users? Well, I am fond of body scrubs. Even salts. I remember back in my high school days when I would use Perla and salt as my body scrub since I cant afford to buy any commercialised scrubs back then. I would use rock salt and scrub vigorously until all the dead skin cells come off. Hi Ma, I am the culprit for all those jars of salt that you've lost years ago. sorry! Luv u =]
But now it's different. I've been trying different body scrub products that are effective yet won't break my bank. This one only costs Php 56.00! Drum roll please for my new fave -

 A Bonne  Spa White C Salt (Papaya and Lemon). 

Pardon the poor quality. I only used my old iPhone in taking these photos.

Fine-grained spa salt enriched with Milk Protein is an all-in-one skin treatment. Without causing irritation, it gently removes grime, sweat and pollutants from skin pores which cause body odour, and reveals white, smooth and younger looking skin. Scrubbing will improve blood circulation, giving your skin a healthy glow right after use.

MILK PROTEIN - helps skin retain moisture, prevent dryness and roughness, giving your skin lasting radiance.

LEMON & PAPAYA EXTRACT - lighten skin tone, giving it a fairer and more radiant look.

Finely grained salt, perfect for exfoliating!

Ingredients: Allantoin, Arbutin, Bentonite, Citrus Medica Limonum Peel Ferment Extract, Hydrolyzed Milk Protein, Kaolin, Magnesium Carbonate, Papaya Extract, Parfum, Sodium CHloride, Hydrolyzed Whey Powder
How To Use: Pour spa salt in your palm and gently scrub gently on wet skin using circular movements. Leave it on for 3 minutes and rinse off with water. Continue with your shower routine.
I love its citrus scent and how it left my skin softer and smoother. I love this more than Lulur body scrub now! I am already on my second pack and am pretty sure this would become a staple in my rack in the months to come (or probably until I find another favourite. Haha =P)
Just be careful that you don't scrub too hard because I did that on my underarm once and nag-sugat yata! (T_T) Now it's healing though but I'm afraid it would leave a dark mark/ shade. Boohoo. So do not rub this on dry skin.
✔ Very affordable!
✔ An effective exfoliant.

✔️ Leaves my skin smoother, softer and a bit brighter.
✔️ I love its citrus scent. Bathing has never been more relaxing and refreshing.
✔️ The manufacturing and expiration date is clearly stamped at the back label.

× The citrus scent does not last on my skin.
× Not always available in your suking grocery or supermarket. I tried looking for it in three smaller Savemore stores pero wala.
Will I repurchase and recommend? YES and YES!
Care to share what products you use to exfoliate or scrub your skin with? Please do share by leaving a comment below!


  1. Hello! This is a nice alternative to all those expensive bath scrubs. I will check this out!


    1. It really is a great and cheaper alternative! :)

  2. Yay for exfoliating scrubs! I used to buy one of these, but totally forgot the name of the brand. Haha! :)

  3. I used to do regular body scrubs but it tends to dry up my skin. Glad to know that this scrub leaves your skin smoother.

    1. Just don't forget to lather up on lotion :)

  4. Nice product review. I use Yoko Yogurt Spa and I'm on my 2nd pack now. Bought it for less that Php50 and I like it, so far :) I think I should try to post a review of that product soon.

    1. Yes please. I will be looking forward to your review ;)

  5. i also bought one before i think the pink one w milk, it lasted me so looong kasi i don't always use scrubs... i even tried to use it on my face, tama ba ang tanda ko parang maalat? hahaha

  6. I haven't been exfoliationg lately, since I went back to school. When the quarter ends, I'll pamper myself again at home. =)

    1. Pampering yourself would be a great reward for a job well done at school :)

  7. nice that it works and is affordable :)

    1. It sure does! Thanks for dropping by ;)


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