What This Is
Spa Sugar Scrub is a refreshing, exfoliating scrub that quickly and visibly retexturizes, polishes, and reduces the size of pores with spearmint, peppermint, and eucalyptus. Can be used on face and body.
All Skin Types, Acne Prone, Inflammatory
- 2 in 1 facial wash and sugar scrub. Skip a step!
- Made with fresh peppermint, spearmint, and eucalyptus tea leaves to give you an aroma therapeutic effect during bath time.
- Gently exfoliates without stripping away skin’s natural oils.
- Leaves skin feeling silky smooth and hydrated.
- Great for inflammatory skin or acne prone.
How To Use It
- Get naked and step into your shower or bathtub
- Once your skin is wet, cover your body with the Spa Sugar Scrub.
- Scrub in circular motions for a few minutes, from head to toe, focusing on areas that may require extra exfoliation: cellulite, elbows and knees, and any breakout areas.
- Rinse, and enjoy your new smooth skin (follow up with our Anti-Aging Lightweight Moisturizer for additional moisture).
- Coconut Derived Foaming Cleansers (Sodium Cocoyl isethionate, Cocomidopropyl Betaine)
Follow Up With
Our ALWAYS FRESH, NATURAL AND VEGAN Philosophy
Free of parabens, formaldehydes, formaldehyde-releasing agents, phthalates, sulfates SLS & SLES, triclocarban, triclosan, and contains less than one percent synthetic fragrance. It is also vegan, gluten-free, and cruelty-free.
Why using paraben free products is important: https://www.healthline.com/health/paraben-free#:~:text=While%20nearly%20all%20beauty%20products,part%20of%20the%20product%20formula.
SLS can contain byproducts of Ethylene Oxide according to the David Suzuki foundation. This is just one of the many reasons we don’t use SLS in any of our products, and instead focus on using healthier and cleaner alternatives: https://davidsuzuki.org/queen-of-green/dirty-dozen-sodium-laureth-sulfate/
We avoid using ingredients that contain Phthalates. Some types of phthalates have affected the reproductive system in animals. Human health effects from exposure to low levels of phthalates are not as clear. More research is needed to assess the human health effects of exposure to phthalates: https://www.cdc.gov/biomonitoring/Phthalates_FactSheet.html