Why use a Body Scrub Bar
An invigorating exfoliation in the shower is not only a pleasure for your senses, it is also incredibly beneficial for your skin. Exfoliating is a wonderful way to exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin cells. This ensures a healthier and more radiant appearance. Because exfoliating frees the pores, the skin can breathe better. This also helps reduce ingrown hairs and prevents pimples and blackheads. After using a Body Scrub Bar, your skin will feel silky soft.
Why exfoliating is a great idea
We have formulated our Body Scrub Bars with natural ingredients such as shea butter, almond oil and Jojoba seed oil. The scrub particles in the Body Scrub Bar Mango – Papaya consist of Jojoba seeds. These ingredients are not only caring for the skin, but also offer protection against harmful external influences. In addition to caring for your skin, we are also committed to the environment by making our Body Scrub Bars free of aggressive cleaners and packaging them in plastic-free packaging.
Using the Scrub Bar
Below we explain how to use the Body Scrub Bar.
- To prevent the scrub from exfoliating too roughly on the skin, it is important to always exfoliate on damp skin
- Make circular movements when exfoliating, but do not put too much pressure on the skin. This will ensure that the scrub is evenly distributed and prevent irritation of the skin
- Adjust the ‘hardness’ of the scrub by adjusting the pressure you apply to the needs of your skin. This way you can optimally adjust the scrub to what you like
- Spend about half a minute exfoliating each body part. Pay particular attention to rough areas, such as knees and elbows
- After exfoliating, rinse the skin thoroughly with (lukewarm) warm water, so that the dead skin cells are removed. You will notice that your skin feels wonderfully soft and smooth again
- Pamper the skin afterwards with a moisturizing product
- Do not scrub too often. For most people, twice a week is sufficient, while people with sensitive skin should opt for one scrub treatment per week