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raw organic body scrub: rejuvenation blend

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raw organic body scrub: rejuvenation blend

24.00

You may wonder: is a body scrub really necessary?

Why, yes. It actually IS.

Without regular exfoliation, your  body's pores may clog, due to sluggish cell turnover.
Pores are meant to be open and breathable, right?

So, to have the healthiest and smoothest skin possible, exfoliating is key.

 

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You may wonder: is a body scrub really necessary?

Why, yes. It actually IS.

Without regular exfoliation, your  body's pores may clog, due to sluggish cell turnover.
Pores are meant to be open and breathable, right?

So, to have the healthiest and smoothest skin possible, exfoliating is key.

 

If you want

  • smoother skin
  • to reduce the chance of an occasional breakout on your neck, face or back
  • to minimise the appearance of large pores and blackheads
  •  smoother elbows and knees
  •  your moisturizer to work better

A scrub works in a few ways: As you massage it over your body, the exfoliating granules help to slough off dead skin, and the rubbing action itself boosts circulation and helps drain your lymph nodes, by increasing blood flow to the skin’s surface.

After all that deep cleansing work in the shower, your post-wash body cream will be better able to soothe and hydrate.

How to Use a Body Scrub
If your skin is healthy and firm, you can use a shower scrub up to three times a week.
But if you have sensitive or thin skin, limit a good buffing to once a week.

Hold off on running the water in the shower and spend a few minutes using your hands or scrubbing tool to rub your scrub in circular motions onto dry skin for full and longer-lasting coverage. Turn on the water and rinse, using your hands to help remove any remaining granules. If you’re short on time, massage the scrub all over your body and rinse during your normal shower routine.

Be careful not to over scrub. Though your body skin is heartier than the skin on your face, it is susceptible to irritation. Always moisturize after you’ve dried off for smooth, nourished skin.

Do you use a self-tanner? Try a non-oily body scrub before applying any tanning lotion to guarantee an even application. By removing the dead skin cells, you’ll avoid splotches and dark spots, especially around your knees and elbows. Body scrubs are also great for removing self-tanner from your body.

When Not to Use a Body Scrub
If you have a sunburn or are experiencing a rash or other skin condition, give the body scrub a rest. Some of the ingredients—and the actual rubbing—could further irritate your skin. You’ll also want to skip it after shaving if your scrub contains salt or any chemical ingredients.

INGREDIENTS: Raw, unrefined organic coconut oil, organic sesame and almond oils infused with: lavender buds, macerated lemongrass and peppermint, and finely milled matcha green tea, mixed with dead sea salt & dendritic salts.

8 fl oz   $24