Review: Natura Siberica Hot Salt Body Scrub and Vivid Vitamins *

This post has been a long time coming, so I'm really glad I could kickstart the week on a high note! As many of you know, Natura Siberica is a brand that is still new-ish to Australia, but one that already has tons of people talking! As such, it was very exciting when I heard about new goodies from the line being released here, and I was over the moon to get my sticky paws on them!
The Hot Salt Body Scrub is meant to be both firming and sculpting. This doesn't contain any parabens, PEG, silicones, synthetic dyes, synthetic fragrances, glycols or mineral oils. What this DOES contain, however, are organic juniper extract, Siberian rapa salt, organic green tea and altai mountain honey.

This incredibly generous sized tub (not a jar, a tub) with a screw top lid contains a whopping 370ml and the texture is very rich. I find the salt particles in it to be quite gentle, and this also feels a little moisturising without leaving a film on my skin. This has a rather medicinal scent to it, not unpleasant, which makes me feel like it's a scrub that takes itself very seriously.

Rather than an everyday scrub, I prefer to use this when I'm luxuriating in the tub, taking my time to rub a dub dub and allowing it to seep in. I'm not certain that this sculpts or firms my skin, but I do like that feels like it does with the warming sensation that I get from it. Definitely a very spa-like feel to it, especially when I'm in the tub! This retails for $49.99.

When I first received their Vivid Vitamins Spray for Hair and Body, I wasn't sure what to think of it, but the more I use it, the more it makes sense to me. In the same way that Urban Decay has a Vitamin B spray for the face, the Vivid Vitamins spray has a lightweight formula that doesn't give away how many goodies are crammed into 125 ml.

This comes in a spray bottle that has a removable lid and it contains Vitamins B, C and E, as well as Siberian herbs and berries. Looking at this, you'd imagine that this may leave the skin a little sticky, as it looks viscous in the bottle, but in actuality, this will only leave a glimmer of shimmer on you. Definitely not sticky at all! This also does moisturise, but I would also use a moisturiser on top of it, as it's not particularly rich.

I like that this can be used on the hair and the body (versatile!) and I've actually been spraying this on my face as a boost after a long night. I've also been using this as a perk me up in the middle of the day. This retails for $25.99.

It's been a positive experience with their new goodies which can only be obtained via their website for now (which you can find right here). 

What have you tried from Natura Siberica previously? What do you want to try from their range?

* These products were provided for my consideration, but my opinions remain my own


  1. The hot salt body scrub sounds fantastic!!!I haven't tried anything from their new range but that would definitely be on my list!

    1. I'm excited about the rest of the range, really!

  2. ooh that hot body scrub sounds amazing! I've never heard of this brand before!

    1. I love Natura Siberica! Make sure you check out the range!


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