Suga! Why are you so sweet to me?
Suga! My fix or nah?
Sugar as we know is very addicting and can cause heath issues as well. Sugar is also a natural sweetener that can also be used as part of you natural beauty regimen. The fine texture can be used to gently exfoliates your skin without leaving any harsh residue, nor clog your pores. Sugar is a natural humectant for all of us when it comes to our skin. It draws mositure into your skin when it is used a scrub.
Our scrub is naturally soften, exfoliate and revives skin. It's filled with many benefits, aromatic essential oils and made with the purest ingredients to hydrate and keep you feeling moisturized daily.
Our sugar scrub is different. It's an adorable exfoliating set that is deliciously
pampering. Very light, a not too oily spa treatment. Makes your skin smooth and soft. It's scented with aromatic fragrant essential oils. The scrub lathers and the body lotion is light and creamy, adding just the right moisture touch. The oil is light with the same inviting scent, adding a hit of senuality to your day or night,
Regular exfoliation helps to eliminate spots and dull skin tone, leaving my skin feeling like a babies bottom. It a natural glycol acid; used over a period of time, may be able to bring light back to your complexion. It clears skin to prevent acne, blackheads, whiteheads, breakouts and skin blemishes. Its great for sensitive skin and eczema. I started using sugar scrubs because my skin was feeling dehydrated a few years back. I notice a change right away. I notice a gradual change of the removal my dead skin, which is called exfoliation.
This month, in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, in loving memory of Yvonne Cyrus-Guest, my childhood friend/sistah, who loss her battle to breast cancer a few years ago. We are donating a portion of the proceeds to Breast cancer Awareness. Her favorite namesake to call those she loved was, "Sugar-Foot" with a warm smile. We dedicate this to her courageous fight.
How Often Should?
Sugar is not as harsh as salt, its way more gentler on the skin than a salt scrubs. If you are not carful it can cause small scars on the skin. Salt can strip the oils from your skin, unlike sugar is a natural moisturizer.
Use: the key to glowing skin, is all about the exfoliating!
Should be used at least once a week. If you live in a harsher environment at least 1-2 times per week, Applying to face: use about one tablespoon, in your hands and gently massage your skin in a circular motion. Using your fingertips, make small circles starting along the neck and work up the face, and your neck. Body: apply the tame technique ion the shower or bathtub. Using two tablespoons, gentle to firm pressure depending on your preference of touch, massage the scrub in for a few minutes or until the sugar has dissolved. Follow with a warm water rinse to remove any excess scrub. Apply
lotion and body oil, and feel the softness of your newly exfoliated skin.
Let us know about your scrub preferences, salt or sugar?
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