Whipped Facial Scrub
Our Whipped Facial Scrub doesn’t disappoint, from the first use you will see and feel a difference in your skin. Naturally rich in glycolic acid, this facial scrub dissolves the protein “glue” that bonds dead skin cells together, encouraging dull, dry skin to naturally exfoliate away, allowing fresh, younger-looking skin to come through. Packed with vitamin E, our scrub also leaves the skin beautifully moisturized and nourished. It is worth repeating, you won’t be disappointed!
▫️ Perfect for any skin type.
▫️ Comes in a 4 oz. pharmaceutical-grade, amber glass jar (the net. wt. of the product inside the jar is 4.7 oz.)
▫️ You will get a 3-in-one effect! Exfoliate, Nourish, and Moisturize.
▫️ You will notice smoother results right away.
A very pleasant, light "sweet floral" scent from the natural oils will be detected. No synthetic fragrances.
Scoop out about a quarter sized amount and apply to wet skin. Gently scrub your face with warm water, continue gently scrubbing until the sugar melts (it won't all melt, but that's ok). At this point it will feel somewhat oily, but keep massaging the oils along with the melted sugar into the skin. It is this wonderful blend of melted sugar and oils that the skin loves and needs to dissolve the “glue” that holds the dead skin cells together.
After massaging for a minute, rinse well with warm water. You will notice that the scrub has turned into a moisturizer. After rinsing, pat your face dry, just enough of the moisturizer will be left behind so that you won’t need to moisturize further!
*Do not use on skin that is broken out or otherwise compromised. Wait for skin to heal before use.
*Avoid getting water or wet fingers into the jar.
⭐️ TIPS ⭐️
▫️ For Dry Skin: Rinse scrub off with warm water, pat dry.
▫️ For Normal Skin: After rinsing scrub off, wash face with Sans Foaming Facial Cleanser, pat dry.
Sunflower Seed Oil, Pure Cane Sugar, Shea Butter, Hemp Seed Oil, Monoi Oil, Emulsifying Wax (Vegetable), non GMO Tocopherols, the essential oils of Carrot Seed, and Geranium.
Read about just how good sugar is for your skin on our BLOG.