I actually got this product accidentally. My Father was in Bali last year and he attended a wedding. Uniquely, the couple gave this ‘lulur’ as the souvenir!
So what is lulur? It’s a body scrub, in short. :) It exfoliate your dead skin cells in a creamy traditional way.
At first, I didn’t want to use this lulur, because I don’t really like the smell. But after months, I realized that it should be used before it gets rotten, for it’s all natural. So I gave it a go and, okay, I admit it…I LOVE IT! :))
It does exfoliate well, and honestly, the scent is quite good. The nuance is mildly feminine, just like a carrot. :D I heart carrots, just as bunnies do! :3
After usage, my skin is smoother and supple.
In conclusion, I’ll repurchase! I’ll try the strawberry one after this. :D
FYI, this is originally Indonesian product! :D Yipiie!
FYI again, these are the crews of this lulur:
Amylum radix daucus carota (carrot), amylum oryza sativa (rice), Amylum pachyrrhizuz erosus sativa, Amylum tritici, Oleum olivarium (Olive oil), Oleum blabla candidum, Aquadest
See, it’s 100% from nature!
How to use: take an amount of lulur, apply on desirable body part while scrubbing until dead skin cells & dirt wiped away.
Very easy and pleasant! :D
*It’s quite silly, my illustration. Drawing a real Bali dancer figure with markers is not an easy job. Anyway, what do you think? :)