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Eco Tan Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub - 250ml

For all skin types


Weleda Birch Body Scrub - 150ml

Exfoliates & smoothes skin


Noosa Basics Shimmer Body Polish - 150g

Leaves a shimmery summer glow


Ethique Lime & Ginger Solid Body Polish - 110g

Pumice body scrub bar


Noosa Basics Body Scrub - 150g

With coffee & activated charcoal


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Open a few products and take a look at the description. If you like the idea of a detoxifying scrub then Noosa Basics Activated Charcoal Body Scrub is great! Eco Tan's Pink Himalayan Salt Scrub is excellent to use before applying a tan to make it last longer. You can also use it to help remove an old tan. For one of our most popular scrubs, checkout Weleda's Birch Body Scrub. This uses gentle wax pearls to buff away dead skin and help activate the skins metabolism. And remember, if one doesn't work for you, try something else until you find what makes you happy.
No, our products do not contain plastic micro-beads! Our range of natural, organic scrubs use several different ingredients to exfoliate the skin such as walnut and coffee grounds, Himalayan salt, wax pearls, activated charcoal and even plain old brown sugar!
The act of actually scrubbing the body with an abrasive substance helps to promotes blood flow by stimulating the capillaries under your skin. It removes dead skin cells to make way for newer, softer skin. It also helps unclog pores and clear away toxins in your body along with SO many other things we can't even list them all here!
Normal over-the-counter body scrub is cheap right? You know why? Because the chemicals used to make it cost dozens of times less per litre including the plastic micro-beads that "scrub" your body, damage our environment and costs mere scents! Also when you scrub, this opens your pours which allows product to more easily be absorbed and enter the blood stream. So when you use toxin, cheap products, you are literally absorbing harmful chemicals at a sped-up rate. Did you know that lavender can be detected in the liver in just 20 minutes? Luckily it's a safe substance. But what about formaldehyde? Or parabens? How quickly are those toxins being absorbed and what long term damage are they doing to you? Now what product would you rather use?
Body scrub is harsher than facial scrub and is really intended for the body only. It also has a lot more oil in it to nourish areas of your body that need it most like elbows, knees and other areas that don't get a lot of love very often. Facial scrubs use smaller exfoliating granules, less oil and they contain other ingredients that prevent your face from potential irritation or break outs.