We use Organic sugar and oils to make this the most natural, moisturizing scrub available.
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Using Sugar Scrub
This rich, exfoliating scrub leaves the skin soft and refreshed. Exfoliating 2-3 times per week keeps the skin free of dead skin cells while applying skin softening oils for a baby soft feel.
Turbinado sugar is the gentlest way to exfoliate the body. It provides the texture needed to slough away dead skin cells but is less rough than salts. Coconut, shea, and avocado oils are the best conditioners for the body by providing deep moisture without clogging pores.
While in the shower or bath, scoop a small amount of the scrub onto two fingers. Apply to skin in a sweeping motion. For extra exfoliation, massage gentle into skin using a circular motion to distribute the sugar crystals over the skin. Rinse well.
Use caution! Too much pressure during exfoliation will irritate the skin. Do not apply to sensitive areas or areas where cuts or wounds exist. This product contains oils and will make the shower floor slippery, please exercise caution after use.
Turbinado Sugar (Sucrose), Coconut (Cocos Nucifera) Oil*, Shea (Butyrospermum Parkii) Butter*, fragrance, Avocado (Persea Gratissima) Oil.*Organic Ingredient
About the Ingredients
Turbinado sugar is slightly refined, but has most of the molasses and nutrients still intact. Avocado oil helps the mixture adhere to skin and produces a layer of protection that helps skin retain moisture. Our recipe includes a hint of Organic Shea Butter to help keep the product in a less liquid state at regular room temperatures, preventing separation. If the product becomes heated, simply stir to redistribute the oils while cooling.