Gardenia Rosemary Sugar Body Scrub - Exfoliating Moisturizing - 4oz

$6.50 USD


Product Description

White Tea Ginger Sugar Body Scrub - Exfoliating Moisturizing - 4oz

This white sugar scrub smells like a mix of gardenias and rosemary with a hint of eucalyptus. A wonderful herbal collection for your skin. Perfect scent for spring and summer.

Sugar scrub is a wonderful product to use. It helps in exfoliating the dead skin cells off of your body, improves circulation and helps to detoxify your body. Your skin will look shiny, fresh and healthy. Treat your body and your nose to a wonderful product!

Each of our scrubs contain vitamin E oil, grapeseed oil and extra virgin olive oil. These oils penetrate the skin for a truly deep down moisturize. Grapeseed oil is also considered a great oil for tightening and toning skin.

We do not add any preservatives to our scrubs to keep them natural and good for your skin and body. The shelf life of your scrub is approximately 3 weeks. To prolong the life, please do not introduce water into your sugar scrub. To use, spoon some out of the jar before hopping in the shower. To keep your skin looking it's best, we suggest using once every couple of days. Please be careful when exiting the bathtub as it may be slippery from the oils contained in the scrub.

Pure Cane Sugar, Grape Seed Oil, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Vitamin E Oil, Coloring, Fragrance Oil

* All scrubs are made when you order them to ensure that you get the freshest product possible. Please allow 3 business days for delivery. *

The claims made in this listing have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to treat any condition or disease. Please consult a medical professional for appropriate treatment.

Gardenia Rosemary Sugar Body Scrub - Exfoliating Moisturizing - 4oz

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