When only the very best will do for Cranky, Parched and Undernourished Skin.
Our Organic Sugar Scrub is the height of Luxurious and Restorative Exfoliation.
Not for the faint-hearted, this Organic Sugar scrub runs black and rich.
We formulated this blend with a mixture of wonderful base oils, the most decadent of which is the Shea Oil.
Known as the Gold Standard for cosmetic benefits - Shea Oil has been used for centuries for its unsurpassed ability to protect and regenerate skin cells. Simply the best for fine lines and wrinkles, Shea Oil penetrates deep into the skin, rejuvenating damaged cells and restoring elasticity and tone. Naturally hypo-allergenic and safe for sensitive skin, nothing protects against the elements better. It's no wonder that Shea Oil comes from the African Karite Tree, which means 'Tree of Life".
Once the organic sugar and oil is carefully blended, we then add Sea Kelp Powder. Really? Yes, really! A type of seaweed, Sea Kelp is packed with amino acids, vitamins and nutrients that have a therapeutic effect on the skin and body, greatly enhancing condition and pH balance. It's particularly beneficial for what we call 'parched' and 'cranky' (dry and sensitive) skin conditions.
Finally, we upped the drama quotient with Activated Bamboo Charcoal which serves as a mild exfoliant and is sensational at purifying the skin.
What more could we possibly add to this luxurious mix? How about a custom blend of essential oils that will transport your olfactory senses of Bergamot and Grapefruit.
The result is something that works for guys and gals!
There is no doubt that this Caviar Organic Sugar Skin Polish will restore your skin to a smooth, glowing and more healthy state.
Gentle enough to use twice a week, we recommend you keep your jar out of direct contact with water. Remove some scrub with a dry hand and gently rub it into your skin from your decolletage to your ankles and rinse. Notice the slight sudsy action as you rinse it from your skin. Glorious, isn't it?
This scrub will not leave your tub bottom slippery, but we still recommend you use caution.