Why Use Sugar Scrubs?

Benefits of Using a Sugar Scrub

More than just a sweet treat, a sugar scrub can improve health of your skin Exfoliation is the key to glowing, healthy skin. Using an exfoliating body sugarscrub can help you achieve smooth skin and more. The benefits of a natural sugar scrub go beyond just cleansing skin – the healing, hydrating properties found in a sugarscrub is perfect for all skin types. Sugar scrubs can quickly help heal blemishes, absorb the dirt and oil from pores, and balance the natural oils in the skin.

Sometimes just using a soap to cleanse skin is not enough to remove all the excess oil and dead skin cells. That’s where a sugarscrub can be extremely useful. Using a sugar scrub can help clean skin’s surface and unclogged pores which helps with cell turnover. By using a sugar scrub weekly, you will see a huge difference in the way your skin looks and feels.

Since our sugarscrubs are all natural, you can use a sugar scrub no matter what skin type you have, even very dry skin. The sugar scrubs offered at Amafero contain other ingredients to help hydrate skin such as oils of jojoba, argan, sunflower, sweet almond, cocoa butter and shea butter. Replace your rough pumice stone and start exfoliating with sugar scrubs.

How to Use a Sugar Scrub
For best results, use a sugar scrub while taking a shower. After rinsing skin with a body wash, use a sugarscrub to exfoliate and condition the body.  Apply a handful of sugar scrub to wet skin and massage in circular motion over the entire body. After rinsing off your sugar scrub, all of the dead skin cells and dirt will be removed and your skin will feel refreshed and healthy.


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