Our Shea & Coconut Sugar Body Scrub with its mineral-rich, finely ground pumice, coconut and shea butter will gently buff away dead skin cells and restore moisture to dry skin. Pumice is a type of volcanic rock that is high in naturally occurring minerals, such as magnesium, iron, silica and oxygen. Ground pumice provides a gentle exfoliation and is suitable to be used on your face and rest of your body. Coconut is naturally rich in vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5, B6 and Vitamin C as well as essential minerals of Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium and Zinc. In this recipe we use it in three forms - coconut sugar, coconut flesh, and coconut oil.
Add in the coconut oil and shea butter and mix and mash until you've reached the consistency of cookie dough. Add more coconut oil for a creamier consistency if preferred.
Store in a 120ml glass mason jar.
How To Use
This is a great body scrub to use in the shower. Apply a small handful to damp skin. Massage in circular motions all over the body, concentrating on problem areas. Splash your body with water in the shower and rub a handful of scrub all over your body concentrating in particular on areas with uneven skin tone. Rinse off with warm water. For best results, use this scrub every 2 weeks. Keep from sunlight. Use within 3 months. This recipe makes enough to approx. fill a 120ml glass mason jar or for 2 applications.
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