Rose Sugar Scrub is perfect for those who know the benefits the rose provides and the smell of the flower overall. Those who purchase this item love it because they say it tones their skin and makes it soft, smooth, and healthy looking. All have said something different about this product. We have provided remarks commonly mentioned in the reviews. The downside to this product is that it only comes in an eight-ounce jar.
Though everyone who buys this scrub has told us they use it on their face, or they take the product to their massage therapist and have them use it on various parts of their body, we recommend that you don't use this on your face. The skin is much more sensitive than that on your body, and it may be too abrasive. If you decide to use this product on your face, do it with caution and care. Use gentle circular motions. Do not use if you have active, oozing acne.
If this product causes skin irritation, please discontinue use.
We have found that this product works best once you have allowed the shower water to saturate your skin and you've cleansed your skin preferably with the Rose Soap Bar. After you wash, if you like, you can cut off the water. If you choose not to turn the water off, open the jar away from the water and use a dry spoon to remove the product. Rub the Rose Sugar Scrub together in your hands and rub in a circular motion, place the scrub on your skin. Move the sugar in an upward movement towards the heart. You can use this item on any part of the body. Once you have applied the product, turn the water on a tad warmer without being hot and rinse sugar scrub from your body thoroughly.
What is in Our Jars?
Rose Sugar Scrub contains Rose infused unrefined Sugar*, Ground Rose Petal*, Simmondsia Chinensis Oil, Argania Oil, Essential Oils.
This product contains all parts of the rose. If you are allergic to any flower or plant in the Rosoideae/Rosaceae family, please do not purchase this item.
Please be mindful when using this product in the shower because it contains oil. Place a bath mat on the bottom of the tub or wear shower shoes. Be careful exiting the bathtub making sure to step onto a towel or rug.