Espresso Marshmallow Whipped Sugar Body Scrub 8 ounce
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Espresso Marshmallow Whipped Soap Body Scrub has scent notes of roasted coffee beans, fluffy marshmallows, bittersweet chocolate, coconut, caramel, almond, burnt sugar, and creamy cake batter!
Each jar contains 8 ounces of scrub.
You will love our whipped sugar scrubs! We take our delightfully creamy whipped soap and add skin quenching apricot kernel and shea, along with sugar for a nice gentle exfoliation. Our scrubs gently cleanse, exfoliate and moisturize all in one step. Plus they won’t leave you or your tub feeling like an oil slick. You won’t believe how soft and smooth your skin feels!
Ingredients: Sugar, apricot kernel oil, sodium Cocoyl Isethionate, vegetable glycerin, Cocamidopropyl betaine, distilled water, stearic acid, fragrance, ground coffee, phenoxyethanol caprylyl glycol, sorbitol acid
about the ingredients:
sugar gently exfoliates dry flaky skin
SCI (sodium Cocoyl Isethionate) is a gentle coconut based surfactant that provides a lovely foam
vegetable glycerin is a carbohydrate that is derived from plant oils and is a by product of soap making. It provides hydration for your skin
cocomidoproply betaine is a very mild surfactant that is a good cleanser and conditioner. It is widely used in baby products
Stearic acid is a vegetable source fatty acid used to thicken and stabilize cosmetic formulations
phenoxyethanol, capryly glycol and sorbitol acid are the preservative in our house made foaming bath whip. A preservative is absolutely necessary in any formulation that contains water to prevent mold and fungal growth. It is a globally approved preservative and is paraben and formaldehyde free preservative system.
Due to the handmade nature of our products, please allow for variances in appearance and color. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.
Products and descriptions are not intended to treat, cure, prevent, or diagnose any disease, nor are they intended as prescriptions in any way. Descriptions are for educational purposes only.