Sweater Weather Cleansing Sugar Scrub - 7 oz.
Sweater Weather - A unique and fresh scent that blends crisp juniper berry and sage. The earthy clean smell will remind you of being outside in the brisk air, surrounded by the beautiful changing leaves during the fall with notes of juniper berries, fresh eucalyptus, and sage and a tiny bit of woods, sweet spearmint and dew mixed in.
Looking to cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize at the same time? You will love the gentle exfoliation that this Sugar packed scrub provides. While the extra creamy, thick and gentle whipped soap base cleanses your skin and removes excess dirt and oils, the addition of sugar works to exfoliate rough skin. Sodium lactate helps to pull water based moisture into the skin, giving it a hydrated, healthy appearance. Sweet Almond Oil leaves your skin noticeably brighter, softer, and smoother.
What is the benefit of using a sugar scrub regularly?
- 1. Is a Natural humectant that draws moisture from the environment into your skin. Applying sugar scrub to your skin helps hydrate and keep the moisture in the skin.
- 2. An excellent gentle exfoliant. It works well to buff away those dead skin cells & reveal healthy glowing skin.
- 3. Sugar scrub can be a secret weapon against ingrown hairs and bumps. By using a scrub 1-3 times per week (depending on skin type) on the areas where ingrown hairs appear, you allow the hairs to protrude high above the skin and get a smoother closer shave. This prevents the hairs from curling up under the skin.
Crafted by hand in small batches.
To use: Scoop out desired amount, massage the scrub on your body using a circular motion to help to exfoliate the skin. Rinse. For use up to 3 times a week, as desired. Not for use on face.
Please note: because this is a hand made item, there may be slight variations in color, as well as the decorative soap shape/color.
Ingredients: Granulated Cane Sugar, Glycerin, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Sodium Lactate, Water, Stearic Acid, Sweet Almond Oil, Optiphen, Scent as noted above, Mica colorant.