Organic Healthy Aging Facial Sugar Scrub 2 oz Cream
Gently buff away dead skin cells and pore-clogging debris with OHA Facial Sugar Scrub. This product contains a specially formulated essential oil trio of Organic Tea Tree Lemon, Lavender, and Australian . Tea Tree is renowned for its healing and antibacterial properties which makes our scrub especially effective on problematic skin such as acne, rosacea, and psoriasis. Facial Sugar Scrub also contains Organic Aloe Vera, Vitamin Ester-C and MSM. These ingredients soothe, assist in healing, balance our skin, and are anti-inflammatory.
The finely ground granules of organic sugar in our Facial Sugar Scrub leave skin rejuvenated and bright rather than tight and raw. Combined with mild surfactants, this scrub helps lift dry, flaky skin cells, and excess oils, leaving the skin vibrant, youthful and blemish-free. Gentle scrubbing also allows skin to absorb moisture more thoroughly, helping vitamin-rich moisturizers penetrate deeper levels of the skin.
100% Vegetarian and Vegan
Made in USA
Directions Use our Facial Sugar Scrub once or twice a day alongside our Cleansing Milk for oily/acneic skin. For mature/sensitive/dry skin, use two or three times a week as a substitute for the Cleansing Milk. Apply to wet or dry skin and rinse once the sugar crystals have dissolved and it is no longer scrubbing. There is also the option of applying the Facial Sugar Scrub at the beginning of a steamy shower, leaving it on and rinsing at the end for a quick mask experience.
Other IngredientsCane Sugar*, Distilled Water, Sunflower Oil*, Decyl Glucoside, Aloe Barbadensis*, Jojoba Oil*, Vegetable Glycerin, Essential Oil Complex*, Ascorpyl Palmitate Esterfied Vitamin C , MSM, Tocopherol Vitamin E non GMO , Allantoin, Guar Gum, Xanthan Gum, Citric Acid * Organic
WarningsKeep out of reach of children. As with all dietary supplements, consult your healthcare professional before use. See product label for more information.
California Restricted: This product is restricted from shipping to California.