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Bath Scrubs: Salt vs Sugar Scrubs

Have you been wondering, "What exactly is a bath scrub?" or "When would I want to use a sugar scrub versus a salt scrub?" This bath scrub tutorial will teach you what you need to know in order to make an informed decision regarding your choice of exfoliating solution. We'll even teach you to make your own homemade bath scrub using the same ingredients we use to make ours!

 

What is a scrub? Simple exfoliation skin care solutions explained

A body scrub, also known as a bath scrub or body polish, is a solution of skin care ingredients such as rice bran oil, dead sea salt, shea butter, brown sugar, and/or jojoba oil blended together for the purpose of exfoliation. Exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells that are dulling your skin’s appearance, and uncover new, shiny skin cells to give your skin a natural, radiant glow.

Body scrubs are an ideal solution for how to make skin glow for that perfectly toned body!

 

Salt Scrub vs Sugar Scrub – Discover the difference in skin care benefits

There are two main types of body scrubs: salt scrubs and sugar scrubs.You may ask, "What's the difference?"

salt scrub

Salt Scrubs

  • Made with Dead Sea Salt, which, unlike other salts, is very moisturizing to skin due to its high mineral content, and its ability to deep-cleanse your pores so your skin can soak up moisture from your surroundings.
  • Ideal for normal, oily, combination, or dry/dehydrated skin
  • Provides excellent exfoliation for even the most extreme dry scaly skin
  • Beneficial and effective for eczema and/or psoriasis, deep cleansing and moisturizing, and packed full of the essential minerals your skin so desperately requires
  • Also great to use as foot scrubs to exfoliate the tough callouses on your feet

sugar scrubSugar Scrubs

  • Made with brown sugar for a gentler, more delicate feel while exfoliating
  • Ideal for facial exfoliation and/or for use on sensitive skin
  • Can be made with jojoba oil or sunflower oil for superior moisturizing and to help clear acne so you can be blemish-free
  • Can include coffee grounds to deliver caffeine and antioxidants to your skin to fight signs of aging
  • Learn more about when to  use a sugar scrub below!

 

Sugar Scrubs: An exfoliation alternative for sensitive skin revealed!

If you have sensitive skin or you want to exfoliate a sensitive area such as your face, you may be hesitant to use something as abrasive as a Dead Sea Salt Scrub on your body. But that doesn't mean you should just let dead skin cells linger on your skin's outer layer until they clog up your pores and cause your skin to look dull. Try using either of these brown-sugar-based bath scrub instead.

  • Our Coffee Cococa Brown Sugar Face & Body Scrub is made with fresh coffee grounds, brown sugar, and the pattented anti-aging Coffeeberry to make even the most sensitive skin feel smooth and silky, while simultaneously infusing your skin's deeper layers with powerful anti-aging nutrients. Plus it will leave your skin scented in the alluring aroma of cocoa!
  • Our Ginger Lily Brown Sugar Body Scrub is made with brown sugar and organic shea butter to moisturize your skin and help lighten age spots as the brown sugar exfoliates your skin and helps dislodge blackheads and other pollutants that are clogging your pores and dulling your skin's natural shine. Plus, it will leave your skin scented in warm ginger and with the feel of soft lilies.

Whether you choose a Dead Sea Salt body scrub or brown sugar body scrub, we suggest you follow up by showering with our Dead Sea Salt Soap. Our Dead Sea salt soap will help you protect your newly exfoliated skin and keep it looking like you just spent a day at the spa. It is designed to moisturize, not strip oils from your skin like mass-manufactured commercial soap.  It's actually designed as a 80% moisturizing bar- leaving your freshly showered skin silky soft.

 

Simple and proven body scrubs recipes for irresistible, "day at the spa" skin - you'll be so touchable!

Below are some bath scrub recipes you can make yourself at home. We offer a spa-quality source for all the skin care ingredients listed below for you to use in your own home spa creations. For your convenience, we have also included a brief description of why each ingredient listed is good for your skin, and where you can learn more about each if you wish.

Extra Bonus: Don't forget your feet! We've included a complimentary foot scrub recipe!

 

Body Scrub

  •  Cold Pressed Rice Bran Oil (2oz)
  •  Authentic Dead Sea Salt (2oz)
  •  Organic Unrefined Shea Butter (1/2 tsp.)
  •  Therapeutic Essential Oil (2-3 drops)

Face Scrub

  •  Organic Sunflower or Organic Jojoba Oil for acne (2 oz)
  •  Fresh Brown sugar (3-4oz)
  •  Organic Unrefined Shea Butter (1/2 tsp.)
  •  Therapeutic Essential Oil (2-3 drops)

Foot Scrub (for hands or feet)

  • Cold Pressed Sunflower Oil  or Rice Bran Oil (2oz)
  • Authentic Dead Sea Salt (2oz)
  • Organic Unrefined Shea Butter (1/2 tbsp.)
  • Therapeutic Essential Oil (2-3 drops)

Directions: Melt Shea Butter slightly and then add other listed ingredients. Stir until consistency is even.

Ingredients you will need:

  • Authentic Dead Sea Salt
    Why? Dead Sea Salt deep-cleanses your skin's pores and inner layers and exfoliates the dead skin cells from your body to uncover fresh, youthful, radiant skin with a glow so you can feel like you spend the day at a spa.
  • Cold Pressed Rice Bran Oil
    Why? Cold Pressed Rice Bran Oil moisturizes your skin and helps give you an even skin tone so your skin will look soft and consistent in color when you show it off this season.
  • Organic Unrefined Shea Butter
    Why? Shea Butter helps your skin retain not only moisture, but also much-needed oil to help those with dry/dehydrated skin resist premature aging. It also helps keep your skin from peeling while you sunbathe.
  • Therapeutic Essential Oils
    Why? Essential Oils have aromatherapy benefits to help you feel relaxed, energized, romantic, or sexy and confident, and can also help with other ailments of the skin and body.
  • Cold Pressed Sunflower Oil
    Why? Sunflower Oil is another excellent moisturizer, especially for feet. It also can be used for acne according to folk tradition