Your skin is BEGGING for this super-moisturizing, deliciously scented, and gently exfoliating sugar scrub!
This listing is for one jar of sugar scrub, in a fresh and bright blend of Orange essential oil and Bergamot essential oil – perfect men and women, any time of the year! Please note, this is a new updated packaging – cobalt blue low-profile jar, made of 100% post-consumer resin. You will receive between 9 and 9.5 ounces of product.
My sugar scrubs are not drippy and runny like some other sugar scrubs can be. I use enough solid oils in my formula to allow it to keep its shape long enough to get from the jar to your skin. It is nice and thick, but melts right at your body temperature, so it is every bit as moisturizing as a scrub made with only liquid oils. Your sugar scrub will arrive in an 8 oz. oval shaped jar, but it is PACKED to the top with 10 full ounces of product. I also use a tamper-evident pressure seal, so you can be sure your product will arrive safe and sound, with no leaking during shipment.
Just let me tell you how much I love this stuff. I live in Colorado, where it is so dry and so hot in the summer, your skin feels like it’s turning into jerky. My skin is positively parched. I use this scrub every other day in the shower from neck to toes, and it leaves my skin so soft and moisturized, I don’t even need lotion on the days I DON’T use it!
The best part is that all of the ingredients are ORGANIC (except the essential oils)! Also, the shea butter I use is raw and unrefined, which means it retains the full range of therapeutic compounds present in the natural shea nut. Refined shea butter is subjected to a harsh battery of processing, including bleaching and deodorizing, leaving it much less potent. I switched all of my formulas to raw shea, and I will never go back! Now, I haven’t been certified organic by any fancy shmancy oversight organization. But I buy all of my materials from companies who do.
Disclaimer: the oils in the scrub may leave your tub a little slick. Please use caution when entering and exiting the bath.