True Blue Spa Just a Minute Manicure Scrub for Soft Paws

True Blue Spa Just a Minute 60-Second Manicure Scrub ($12.00) is a sugar scrub designed for hands. The product claims that you just need to use it on your hands for sixty seconds to have hands that looked like they spent the day at the spa. I have to admit I was pretty skeptical, because I wasn’t sure if I really wanted a scrub just for my hands (seriously, do I need that?!) and if it would do anything for me.

I must let you all know that I generally do not scrub my hands with any scrub, other than to the extent exfoliation occurs when I use a body scrub (since I use my hands to work the scrub in). So anyway, I followed the directions and scrubbed my hands with the sugar scrub, paying attention to my nail beds and cuticles. I was totally blown away by how re-freaking-diculously soft my hands were. I felt like I could be a hand model! Seriously! My hands take a beating everyday, because I’m constantly washing them and I’m not so great at remembering the hand cream, which leaves me with neglected, tore-up hands most of the time.

Definitely keeping this by the sink so I remember to scrub every other day or so!

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That seems really odd. I have seen it in Bath and Body Works for a long time, but it always seemed like a bad idea to me. I have horribly dry hands, and the thought of scrubbing them sounds horrible! Maybe I’ll try it sometime though, once I work up my courage!

I love this stuff, it’s really creamy and always leaves my hands feeling soft and moisturized. My only complaint is that I don’t feel like you get very much, so I’m pretty stingy with how often I use it.

I didn’t think there’d be so many fans! I look at the tub and feel like there’s a tonnn of uses in it, how long does it last you?

That is great to know! I need to try it. I wash my hands a lot and always end up with dryness and the occasional cut just because I don’t always stay on top of using moisturizer. I’m usually afraid to scrub my hands because I think it would sting any small cuts!

If it’s sugar-based, it shouldn’t really sting. This one also foams/suds up quite a bit and feels moisturizing at the end. Salt-based scrubs WILL sting (y’know, rubbing salt in the wound, LOL), though.

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