Exfoliating Scrub ™
An all-natural scrub made of nutmeg, papain, grapeseed amongst others. Its exfoliating property repairs the skin by rejuvenating the skin cells, gives skin an even tone and increases the suppleness of the skin.
YOUR HEALTH SAVIOUR COMES WITH THESE BENEFITS :
Wakes Up Dead Skin Cells
Rebuilds Collagen Levels.
Provides Deep Exfoliation.
Removes dead skin cells and gives healthy and glowing skin.
Coffea arbica/ Coffee bean
Has good exfoliating and energizing effect.
Provides a deep-down exfoliation, helps to rebuild collagen.
Fights free radicals that may cause wrinkles and keeps skin moisturised
Vitamin E : Acts as an antioxidant and has replenishing and nourishing qualities.
Thyme oil : Has antifungal and antiseptic properties.
Lavender oil : Has antibacterial and calming effects.
Lemon oil : Removes dead skin cells that clog the pores and reduces pigmentation.
Coffee bean powder extract : Scrubs away the dead skin cells.
Apple cider vinegar : Promotes cell turnover which sloughs away dead skin cells and helps to clear out and prevent clogged pores.
Shea butter : Nourishes the dry skin.
Tea tree oil : Has antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties.
Coconut oil : helps exfoliate the outer layer of dead skin cells, making the skin smoother.
Nutmeg oil : Helps to unclog pores and remove blackheads.
Rose oil : helps exfoliate and helps brightens skin.
Papain powder extract : Removes dead skin cells that clog the pores.
Bromelain : Reduces inflammation and sloughs away the dead skin cells.
Grapeseed powder extract : Removes dead skin cells, blackheads and whiteheads that prevent the breakouts.
Apricot oil : Softens and smoothens the skin.
Cranberry powder extract : help boost collagen production and keeps the skin moisturized.
Directions for use
Directions For Use
Take an adequate amount onto your palms. Apply liberally on face and body. Scrub gently. Wash off with water.
Store at room temperature
1. Exfoliates by boosting collagen production
2. Make the skin supple
Exfoliating Scrub increases the synthesis of Collagen by Human Skin Fibroblasts (HFF-1) by a maximum of 40% as compared to Untreated group