Now that the weather is warming up where we live, we’re wearing clothes that are showing a bit more of our body, which means we’re trying to get our skin in perfect glowing condition. We’ve been using exfoliating scrubs almost every day lately, so that our hands, arms, neck, buns, legs, and feet will be bump-free, bright, and radiant when we step out in our shorts, tank tops, and skirts.
And, we’re trying to get our skin back to silky soft condition, because it’s been covered up all winter and, quite frankly, we’ve neglected it a bit.
So, now we’re back to frequent exfoliation and we’re loving the following products:
Pacifica Beauty’s Kona Coffee Sugardetox Whole Body Scrub is a yummy product for dull skin. It invigorates the skin, and the senses, and it removes dead skin cells. It preparing the skin for maximum absorption of moisture from bathing water or moisturizers. Pacifica Beauty’s Kona Coffee Sugardetox Whole Body Scrub is made with all-natural ingredients, so it’s nourishing too. It tones, brightens, and promotes even skin color.
For super smooth skin, try 100% Pure’s Blood Orange Body Scrub. It contains fruit acids that brighten skin through a gentle sloughing process. It’s packed with antioxidants, and anti-aging ingredients, to give skin a youthful appearance and pretty glow. 100% Pure’s Blood Orange Body Scrub is free of synthetic chemicals, artificial fragrances, and toxic substances that can damage skin.
Deep Steeps Sugar Scrub in Fig Apricot smells sensational and it makes us wish, in a way, that it was something we could eat. It is made with all natural ingredients, including organic Argan oil, but we don’t recommend you nibble on it. Instead, delight in the sensuous way the scrub delights your skin, with sugar for exfoliating and creamy shea butter for moisturizing.
In addition to these vegan and cruelty-free exfoliating products, we also love Alba Botanica’s Hawaiian Body Scrub and Farmhouse Fresh’s Brandy Pear Sea Salt Body Polish.
Do you have a favorite vegan skin exfoliating product that we haven’t mentioned? If so, we’d love to hear about it, so feel free to leave a note in the comments below.