Recommended For: The Matcha Scrub is great for all skin types!
Scent: Tea Tree
Massage a small amount onto damp skin, paying close attention to dry spots. Rinse thoroughly.
We recommend starting with a small amount and gradually increase how much you use until you find the perfect amount for you! Using too much at once can leave skin overly hydrated, a little goes a long way!
Do not use on broken or sunburned skin.
Tea Tree: sought-after for treating acne because of its anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial properties. Tea Tree also helps to calm redness, swelling, and inflammation and can even help to prevent and reduce acne scars, leaving you with smooth, clear skin.
Mango Butter: contains essential fatty acids and antioxidants that make it a wonderful skin conditioner for all skin types. It’s creamy consistency absorbs quickly into skin.
Full Ingredients List:
coconut oil, sugar, mango butter, tea tree essential oil, matcha green tea.
I’m having trouble deciding between the Matcha and Acai Scrubs - how do I know which one is best for me?
A: If you’re looking to tackle body acne and general breakouts above all else, I would definitely go with the Matcha Scrub. The Acai Scrub still targets breakouts, but is a better choice if your #1 concern is dry skin. If neither of those are concerns for you, then it just boils down to which scent you prefer!
Is this safe to use on my face?
A: Yes! However, we recommend exfoliating your face with this, or any scrub, no more than 3 times per week.