Oatmeal & Honey Unscented Sugar Scrub
Oatmeal & Honey Unscented Sugar Scrub
Unscented with colloidal oats and raw honey.
How to use:
Patch test recommended: Prior to use, perform a patch test on a small area of skin to check for adverse reactions or allergies. Thoroughly review the list of ingredients used. If you have known allergies to any of the ingredients, it's advisable to avoid using the product.
Gently rub onto wet skin in a circular motion with hand or exfoliating glove, rinse, and pat dry. Repeat 3x weekly for best results. Follow up with a body oil/lotion if needed. If irritation occurs discontinue use.
Exfoliate and remove dead skin cells up to 3 times a week.
CAUTION: May make the tub/shower slippery. Do NOT introduce water into scrub container. External use only. Do NOT consume. Avoid face/eyes and other sensitive areas. Keep away from pets and children. Discontinue use if skin irritation occurs and consult a physician. Do NOT use on broken skin.
Here are the benefits of each of these natural skincare ingredients.
Unscented body scrub includes colloidal oatmeal and raw honey for extra benefits.
Distilled Water, Sugar, Sodium cocoyl isethionate, Stearic Acid , Coco Betaine, Vegetable Glycerin, Mango Butter, Shea Butter, Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Raw Honey, Colloidal Oatmeal
External use only. Do NOT consume. Avoid face/eyes and other sensitive areas. Keep awangredients:
1. **Coconut Oil:
- Deeply Moisturizing: Coconut oil is rich in fatty acids that provide intense hydration, making it an excellent moisturizer for dry skin.
- Antioxidant Properties: It contains antioxidants that help protect the skin from free radicals and environmental damage.
- Skin Barrier Support: The fatty acids in coconut oil can help strengthen the skin's natural barrier, reducing water loss and maintaining hydration.
- Anti-Inflammatory: Coconut oil's anti-inflammatory properties can soothe irritated or inflamed skin.
2. **Jojoba Oil:**
- Similar to Skin's Natural Oil: Jojoba oil closely resembles the skin's natural sebum, making it an effective moisturizer for all skin types.
- Non-Comedogenic: It's less likely to clog pores, making it suitable for acne-prone and sensitive skin.
- Balancing: Jojoba oil can regulate sebum production, helping to control oily skin.
- Anti-Aging: Rich in vitamins and antioxidants, jojoba oil can help minimize the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
3. **Shea Butter:**
- Intense Moisturization: Shea butter is deeply nourishing and helps lock in moisture, especially beneficial for dry and rough skin.
- Vitamins and Antioxidants: It contains vitamins A and E, which promote skin health and provide antioxidant protection.
- Anti-Inflammatory: Shea butter's anti-inflammatory properties can soothe irritated skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis.
- Collagen Production: It may help stimulate collagen production, contributing to smoother and more youthful-looking skin.
4. **Mango Butter:**
- Rich in Nutrients: Mango butter is packed with vitamins A, C, and E, along with essential fatty acids that support skin health.
- Moisture Retention: Its emollient properties help maintain skin's moisture balance, making it soft and supple.
- Antioxidant Defense: Mango butter's antioxidants protect the skin from oxidative stress and premature aging.
- Healing and Soothing: It can help alleviate dryness, itching, and irritation, making it useful for sensitive and damaged skin.
When used in skincare products, these natural ingredients can provide a range of benefits, from moisturization and hydration to soothing irritation and promoting overall skin health. Keep in mind that individual reactions to these ingredients may vary, so it's a good idea to do a patch test before using them extensively.
5. Colloidal Oatmeal:
- Soothing and Calming: Colloidal oatmeal is finely ground oatmeal that has been processed into a fine powder. It contains compounds called avenanthramides, which have anti-inflammatory and soothing properties. This makes colloidal oatmeal particularly beneficial for sensitive or irritated skin. It can help calm redness, itching, and inflammation.
- Exfoliation: The slightly abrasive texture of colloidal oatmeal can provide gentle exfoliation, helping to remove dead skin cells and promote a smoother complexion without causing irritation.
6. Raw Honey
- Antibacterial and Antioxidant: Raw honey is known for its natural antibacterial properties, which can help inhibit the growth of harmful bacteria on the skin. It also contains antioxidants that can protect the skin from oxidative stress and environmental damage.
- Moisturizing: Honey is a natural humectant, meaning it draws moisture from the environment and helps retain it in the skin. This can provide hydration and keep the skin moisturized.
- Gentle Exfoliation: The natural enzymes present in raw honey can contribute to gentle exfoliation, helping to remove dead skin cells and promote a brighter complexion.
- Healing Properties: Honey has been used for centuries for its wound-healing properties. It can help soothe minor skin irritations, promote tissue repair, and reduce inflammation.