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I just love Sugar Scrubs, always have, so it seemed only natural to have an All Natural Sugar Scrub line of products. I played around and worked up a very nice scrub and decided to try it on my young daughter after I tried it. The only thing I didn't like about it while using it with my daughter was first we had to wash with soap and then use the Sugar Scrub. If you have a child who doesn't like showers this is no fun! Then I thought, what if the Sugar Scrub had some of our soap in it? And a new idea was born. Even more reasons to LOVE our All Natural Sugar Scrubs!

Why Sugar Scrubs?

As we age there is a gradual decrease in the rate at which old dead cells leave the surface of our skin. This surface layer of dead skin cells is responsible for the appearance of dull, aged skin.
Exfoliation is one of the quickest and easiest ways to achieve a healthy glow to the face and body, by removing the surface layer of dead skin cells.
Glycolic acid, part of the chemical family referred to as alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), is a naturally occurring fruit acid found in sugar cane.
That's right! Alpha Hydroxy Acids the All Natural way!
Alpha hydroxy acids work by stimulating dead cells on the surface of the skin and loosening the glue-like substances that hold the surface skin cells to each other. As a result, these dead skin cells can slough off more easily. By decreasing the thickness of dead cells on the surface, the skin underneath has a fresher, healthier look with a more even color and texture.
Sugar scrubs can also help to unclog pores which increases cell turnover.
So, sugar scrubs actually exfoliate in two ways: the actual "scrubbiness" of the sugar plus the added chemical composition of the sugar's AHA's. 
You do not need to moisturize after using our sugar scrub because you will come out of the shower feeling thoroughly soft and silky