Jasmine - Natural Exfoliating Sugar Scrub
Description: Are you looking for a gentle alternative to a salt scrub?
Why not try our Natural Jasmine Sugar Scrub. The exfoliating and hydrating body treatment with our scrub will remove the outermost layer at dead skin cells leaving skin silky and smooth.
Even if you have sensitive skin, the delicate Jasmine scent scrub is good for you.
Directions: Cleanse your skin in a warm shower or bath removing the sweat and dirt to avoid pushing it further into the skin.
Take a spoon with foaming sugar scrub and rub it gently into your skin. Let it sit a little for the best results. Rinse with warm water applying gentle pressure on the body.
Ingredients: Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, Glycerine, Cocamidopropyl Betaine, Aqua (Water), Stearic Acid, Caprylyl Glycol, Sorbic Acid; Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil, Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil, Parfum (Jasmine); Benzyl Alcohol & Salicylic Acid (Geogard Ecocert preservative).
Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate is a solid, gentle anionic surfactant made from coconut oil. It offers gentle “lace glove” lather to our products. It’s also naturally acidic, so it helps our end products have a skin-friendly pH with less (or no) adjusting.
Cocamidopropyl Betaine is a liquid made from coconut oil. It is a great co-surfectant that makes the blend milder, more gentle. It helps to improve the foam and thickens the blends.
Stearic Acid is an isolated fatty acid that is used as a thickener and hardener in lotions, salves, body butters, etc. It occurs naturally in butters like cocoa and shea. Stearic acid also produces creamier/richer products.
Caprylyl Glycol is an alcohol derived from a fatty acid. It is a humectant—a hydrating ingredient that works by attracting water to and holding it in the skin.
Sorbic Acid occurs naturally in berries of the mountain ash tree, Sorbus aucuparia, Rosaceae.
Further details can be found here.
Warning: For external use only. Even natural ingredients may cause irritation. If irritation occurs discontinue use. Avoid introducing it into your eyes.