Yves Rocher – Hydra Vegetal Refreshing Radiance Scrub

Hello beauties,

Today I bring you another product form Yves Rocher. We already talked a lot of Yves Rocher products, and no we are not paid to talk about their products, what happens is that we like them and of course their price.

The product that I’m going to talk about, is a product that I have been using for a while and spoiler alert … I’m loving it.

It’s the Hydra Vegetal Refreshing Radiance Scrub.


This scrub is part of the Hydra Vegetal family.



The Hydra Vegetal collecion has:

  • Hydrating micellar water 2-in-1
  • Refreshing gel cleanser
  • Hydrating micellar water face & eyes
  • Moisturizing cleansing wipes
  • Refreshing gel cleanser
  • Refreshing radiance scrub
  • 24h rich hydrating cream
  • Moisture boost serum
  • Hydrating cleansing milk
  • 24h intense hydrating gel cream
  • Fresh gel undereye bags
  • Intense hydrating mask
  • Hydrating toner

As you can see, it’s an extended and complete collection.

You can have a full skincare routine just with the Hydra Vegetal family.

The Hydra Vegetal collection are appropiate for all skin types, especially for the combo type, because even that type of skin can be dehydrated (a lot of times it is). Their main propose is to hydrate the skin. That means, in other words, it’s a hydrating line.

But now let’s talk about the product that I have been testing, the Hydra vegetal radiance scrub.


This is a scrub that gently removes the impurities and dead cells to make our skin smooth and radiant.

You won’t find in is composition paraben, mineral oil and colorant. Instead of that, you will find bamboo micro beads that will give your skin a natural, soft and effective scrub.

Beside the bamboo the other ingredients are:

aqua/water/eau,methylpropanediol,glycerin,bambusa arundinacea stem extract,hamamelis virginiana flower water,peg-7 glyceryl cocoate,acrylates/c10-30 alkyl acrylate crosspolymer,cocamidopropyl betaine,phenoxyethanol,peg-30 glyceryl laurate,xanthan gum,parfum/fragrance,tetrasodium edta,acer saccharum (sugar maple) extract,sodium hydroxide,sodium benzoate,potassium sorbate,citric acid.


This scrub comes in a transparent tube with 2.5 fl. oz. / 75 ml tube, that is great because you can see what’s left and the conditions of the product.

It has particles (bamboo) inside that in the beginning you can think that won’t do enough exfoliation, but when you start massaging, it will feel good, and is also a cleanser, that means that in the end you will feel a fresh and clean face. A plus to this scrub is that it also hydrates so that means that you won’t feel that sensation that some scrubs does, the feel of tight skin.

Another thing that I like in this scrub is the smell… so good and fresh.

For me it’s a great scrub because I don’t like scrubs that are really hard on the skin, that you can’t almost massage it into the face because you know it will hurt. This won’t happens with this product, it has a nice number of particles to make a good exfoliation, so don’t worry if you have sensitive skin.


This has a cost of $19.00 but right now is on sale and has a cost of $9.50.


Do you prefer hard or light scrubs? What’s your favourite brand?


thank you for reading have a great day or night.








6 thoughts on “Yves Rocher – Hydra Vegetal Refreshing Radiance Scrub

  1. I prefer the hard scrubs, I’m weird and wanna feel all the yucky stuff coming off and see a difference in my face right after. I normally use st Ives which I get at any drugstore for maybe $6.
    I like that your stuff is hydrating though, I didn’t even know there was such a thing as a hydrating scrub. Might have to try this one!

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    1. i think that the weird here is me. usually everyone likes to feel the scrub, and i can’t understand why i don’t like because i don’t have sensitive skin. today I’m doing a review from a mask for Monday that is also a hard scrub so i think you will like that one. but I’m loving the hydra vegetal, is a scrub but I’m using it every single day. thanks for commenting!

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