Ziyanda Kalahari Desert salt & coffee body scrub Product Review #FanDayFriday

A few weeks ago the lovely Thembi Songo founder of Ziyanda sent me some of their amazing products to try out. 

One of which was the Kalahari Desert salt & coffee body scrub, natural vegan body polish with fair trade sugar and organic shea butter. 

I had previously tried a coffee scrub I wasn’t a fan of the smell (I am not a fan of coffee) however as threw as so many great ingredients in the scrub was also homemade, vegan and 100% natural I decided to be open minded and give it a try.
Recently I have started leaning more towards natural products because of the fact that I suffer from lupus which can lead to me coming up in rashes or lesions. H had been advised that, coffee scrubs can be incredibly effective when it comes to treating skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis and acne.
The coffee scrub that I was sent to try out was made to order from the following natural Key ingredients:

Kalahari crystal salt  - 
100% pure, mineral rich, unprocessed, sun dried salt with no additives or preservatives. It is sustainably harvested from the salt pans of the Kalahari desert in South Africa. The San community (original inhabitants) directly benefits from the sale of the salt. The salt removes dead skin cells and cleans pores, encouraging the regeneration of new skin cells. It also stimulates circulation which helps to tighten and tone skin.

Exfoliates dead skin cells and its caffeine content can help to tighten skin and minimise the appearance of cellulite. Our scrubs are made with certified fair trade Ethiopian coffee.

Contains glycolic acid, a natural alpha hydroxy acid (AHA) which exfoliates and helps to brighten skin. We use certified fair trade raw cane sugar from Mauritius.

Kalahari melon seed oil
High in omega 6 and 9 fatty acids and it balances excess sebum whilst also helping to prevent moisture loss.

Pumpkin seed oil
Rich in omega 3 and 6 fatty acids, zinc, vitamin e and antioxidants.
And is resented in a 200ml recyclable (PET) plastic jar.ngredients

I was expecting the coffee scrub to be a dry scrub, but it was actually more of a thick paste which smelt amazing (Not just like coffee)

I wet my skin, put a small amount of the scrub in my hands and gently applied it using small, circular movements. I expected the scrub to feel rough on my skin, but it didn’t. After leaving the scrub on for a few minutes, before I washed it off and was pleasantly surprised at just how soft, smooth and moisturised my skin felt.
The Kalahari Desert salt & coffee body scrub costs £17.99 plus shipping which can seem a bit steep however when you take into consideration that it is made to order with fair trade products I think the price is justified.

For more info about Ziyanda products check out their website


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