Nut Shell, Salt or Beet Sugar Scrub?

Face and body scrubs are becoming more and more popular, with unique ingredients such as  essential oils, botanicals, and a variety of “grit” to mechanically scrub away dead skin cells. Commonly used abrasive ingredients include things like ground nut shells and coarse sea salt. When you consider these ingredients up close, they have sharp edges that can cause small cuts, damaging skin at the microscopic level.

I’m loving this Face and Body Scrub –
Celloxylin Enzyme Activated Micro Scrub, which is a highly effective mechanical exfoliant, designed to massage away dead skin cells and encourage healthy skin cell turnover. The primary exfoliating ingredient in the Enzyme Activated Micro Scrub is beet sugar. [Read more…]

5 Minutes to Soft, Smooth Fingertips!

If your fingerstips are extra dry, cracking, and peeling, here’s a little tip on something I’ve been using recently that is amazing!

Seems like everytime I use a public restroom, and wash my hands with their cleanser, my fingertips dry out, and by the end of the day I have peeling skin on them. I started to think that maybe if I used my Acid Peel on them, the dead skin would be removed, giving my moisturizer a much better chance to be absorbed.

Voila! Works like a charm, turning my rough, peeling fingertips back to smooth and satiny soft!

Recipe:

Beautifully Soft!!

Here’s to satiny smooth fingertips!

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