Unwind after a stressful day with a blend of; lavender angustifolia, bergamot, australian mandarin, lemon, cedarwood and roman chamomile.
We make our scrubs with either raw sugar or salt, grapeseed or sweet almond oil.
Each pack contains 4 individual travel-sized sachets, brilliant for easy storage, hygiene in the shower and taking your favourite scrub with you for a holiday pampering.
Please read through the information below and make your selections before adding to cart.
Refill packs of the 4 individual travel-sized sachets are available without the external packaging seen in the pictures. As this reduces the overall amount of packaging used, to say thank you, we have reduced the product cost.
If you need any further information do not hesitate to contact us.
Our scrubs are made with either Raw sugar or Salt. You can choose which you would prefer before you add to cart.
Raw sugar can help hydrate your skin and encourage cell turnover. It is a mild exfoliant ideal for super-sensitive or dry skin.
Salt helps to cleanse pores, balance oil production and prevent bacteria that can initiate breakouts and acne. Salt scrubs are a good choice for areas where skin can get especially dry and calloused.
Our scrubs are made with either Grapeseed or Sweet almond oil. You can choose which you would prefer before you add to cart.
Both Grapeseed and Sweet almond oil quickly and easily absorb into your skin and are suitable for all skin types.
Sweet almond is great for soothing, nourishing and softening dry and dull skin.
Grapeseed oil is most often used by people with sensitive and/or acne prone or oily skin.
It’s a good idea to use the scrub in the shower so the coffee grounds will easily wash down the drain – wet grounds are not something that will sweep up easily.
Dampen your skin under a running shower and then step out of the water flow (or turn the shower off). Rub the scrub in circular motions, massaging the oils over your entire body. You may want to focus on problem areas and don’t forget your hands and feet.
Leave the scrub on your skin for up to 5 minutes before rinsing off under running water.
Use more, smaller amounts when putting the scrub onto your skin. If you grab too much at once, you may lose a lot of your scrub on the shower floor.
Make sure your skin is damp. Using the scrub on dry skin may be too harsh – especially if you have sensitive skin.
Scrubs do not rinse out of hair easily so try to keep your hair out of the way while you are pampering your skin.
If you are particularly vigorous your skin may become red from all the scrubbing—especially if you have fair skin. You may want to give your skin time to calm if you are going out, or pamper yourself in the evening when you can just relax afterwards.
There is nothing better than a back rub/scratch/scrub, especially as it is an area we don’t often pay much attention to. If you have a significant other, trade back scrubs. It’s not only fun, it feels fantastic both during and after. If you are running solo, reach your back by putting the scrub on a shower back scrubber. It works like a charm.
As many of the essential and carrier oils are quite rich, using the scrubs on your face may lead to breakouts, particularly if you have sensitive skin. You may want to patch test a small area first.