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Face Scrubs

Incorporating a facial scrub into your skincare routine is beneficial for several reasons. It acts as a pivotal step towards achieving clearer, more radiant skin by gently exfoliating the surface, removing dead skin cells that can make your complexion appear dull.

Regular use of a facial scrub not only reveals fresher, brighter skin but also improves its texture, making it smoother and more receptive to other skincare products.


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Frequently Asked Questions About Facial Scrubs

Are Scrubs Good For Face?

Yes without a doubt face scrubs are great for your face. Integrating facial scrubs into your skincare routine can indeed be beneficial, but the key is to do so thoughtfully and carefully, taking into account your specific skin type and needs.

Choosing the Right Facial Scrub - Ensure the facial scrub is designed for your skin type.

Correct Usage - Follow Directions: Pay close attention to the usage instructions provided on the product packaging. These directions are designed to maximise benefits while minimising potential harm to your skin.

Moderation is Key - Over-exfoliation can lead to skin irritation, dryness, or damage. Most experts recommend using facial scrubs once or twice a week, but this can vary based on your skin's tolerance and the product's formulation.

Consultation for Personalised Advice - Skin Analysis: Consulting with skincare professionals can provide you with a detailed analysis of your skin type, condition, and specific needs. If you are looking for advice contact our team. 

Aftercare - Moisturise: Always follow up exfoliation with a greta Buddha Beauty Facial Moisturiser to hydrate the skin and protect its barrier function.

Sun Protection - Exfoliated skin can be more vulnerable to sun damage, so applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen is crucial, especially during the day.

Listening to Your Skin - Observe Reactions: Pay attention to how your skin responds after using a facial scrub. Signs of irritation or discomfort mean you should adjust your usage or try a different product from our range. We are happy to offer a 100% money back guarantee we are that confident in how good our product are. 

Adapt as Needed - Your skin’s needs can change with the seasons, age, or lifestyle factors. Be prepared to adjust your skincare routine and products accordingly.

Facial scrubs can be a fantastic addition to your skincare routine, offering deep cleansing and rejuvenation that leaves your skin looking and feeling its best. Remember, the goal is to support your skin's health and appearance, so choosing products that align with your skin's needs and using them judiciously is essential. If you're ever in doubt, reaching out for professional advice can ensure that you're making the best choices for your skin.

Why should I use a facial scrub in my skincare routine?

Facial scrubs such as ours improve skin texture, removal of dead skin cells, and enhanced absorption of skincare products. 

Face Scrubs absolutely play a vital role in any skincare routine by offering numerous benefits that contribute to healthier, more radiant skin. Let's delve into how these benefits manifest:

Improved Skin Texture

How It Works: By gently removing the outermost layer of dead skin cells, facial scrubs can smooth out rough patches and uneven texture. This leads to skin that feels softer and appears more uniform in tone and texture.

Benefit: Regular use of a facial scrub tailored to your skin type can reduce the appearance of texture irregularities, making the skin not only feel smoother to the touch but also appear more refined and youthful.

Removal of Dead Skin Cells

How It Works: Exfoliation is the process of removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. This is achieved through either physical scrub particles.

Benefit: Clearing away dead skin cells prevents them from clogging pores, which can reduce the likelihood of acne breakouts. It also helps to diminish the appearance of dullness, giving the skin a brighter, more vibrant look.

Enhanced Absorption of Skincare Products

How It Works: By exfoliating the surface layer of dead skin cells, facial scrubs can enhance the skin’s permeability. This means that after exfoliation, the skin is more receptive to skincare products.

Benefit: The improved absorption allows for active ingredients in serums, moisturisers, and treatments to penetrate more deeply and work more effectively. As a result, you might notice that your skincare products perform better, leading to more pronounced benefits over time.

Additional Considerations for Optimal Results:

Choosing the Right Scrub: Selecting a scrub that matches your skin type and concerns is crucial. Ingredients matter; for instance, those with dry skin should look for hydrating ingredients (Pomegranate Scrub), while oily skin types might benefit from ingredients that regulate sebum production (Charcoal Scrub).

Gentle Application: It’s important to apply facial scrubs gently, using circular motions without pressing too hard, to avoid irritating the skin.

Follow Up with Care: After exfoliating, it’s essential to follow up with a moisturiser to hydrate the skin and, if it's daytime, apply sunscreen to protect the freshly exposed skin cells from UV damage.

Facial scrubs, when used appropriately, are a fantastic tool for maintaining the skin's health and appearance. They not only help with immediate concerns like dullness and texture but also enhance the long-term effectiveness of your skincare regimen by ensuring that active ingredients are fully absorbed and utilised by the skin.

How Often Should You Scrub Your Face?

You should scrub your face once or twice a week depending on your skins needs. This is a common question as people want to avoid over-exfoliation while ensuring they're exfoliating enough to see benefits. The answer can vary depending on skin type and the specific scrub used.

Finding the right balance in exfoliation is key to maintaining healthy, glowing skin without causing damage or irritation. Over-exfoliation can strip the skin of its natural oils, leading to increased sensitivity, dryness, or even breakouts. On the other hand, insufficient exfoliation might leave the skin looking dull, with accumulated dead skin cells and impurities.

Here’s a closer look at how to tailor the frequency of exfoliation to different skin types and considerations with specific scrubs:

Sensitive Skin

Frequency: Once a week or even less frequently. Sensitive skin is more prone to irritation, so it's crucial to use a very gentle scrub and limit the frequency.

Dry Skin

Frequency: Once a week. Dry skin can benefit from gentle exfoliation to remove dead skin cells, which can help moisturising products penetrate more effectively.

Oily Skin

Frequency: Twice a week may be beneficial for oily skin, as it can help manage excess sebum and prevent clogged pores.

Combination Skin

Frequency: One to two times a week, adjusting based on how dry or oily your skin feels. You might need to exfoliate more frequently in oily zones and less in dry areas.

Mature Skin

Frequency: Start with once a week, observing how the skin responds. Mature skin may need less frequent exfoliation but can greatly benefit from it for increased cell turnover and radiance.

General Tips For The Best Exfoliation

Listen to Your Skin: The most important guideline is to observe how your skin reacts and adjust accordingly. If you notice redness, sensitivity, or dryness, reduce the frequency of exfoliation.

Consistency Over Frequency: It’s better to exfoliate regularly at a rate that suits your skin than to overdo it in shorter bursts.

Protect Your Skin: Always follow up with moisturiser and SPF during the day, as exfoliation can make your skin more susceptible to sun damage.

Ultimately, everyone's skin is unique, and what works for one person might not work for another. It's beneficial to experiment (carefully) with the frequency and types of scrubs to find what best suits your skin's needs. Consulting with our team can also provide personalised advice and help you navigate the wide range of products and ingredients available.

Can facial scrubs be used on all skin types?

Yes face scrubs can be used with all skin types.

There are some major differences in our scrub blend which makes them more suitable to different skin types.

Here's a breakdown of how our Buddha Beauty face scrubs are formulated to different skin types. 

Sensitive Skin Types

Key Ingredients of our Sensitive Skin Face Scrubs: Our face scrubs are more gentle, no fragrance or essential oils. Our Hypoallergenic Face scrub contains ground fine bamboo as the exfoliant. A perfect ingredients can help to exfoliate without causing undue irritation.

Texture: A finer, softer texture to avoid mechanical irritation. 

We have a whole collection of products suited to sensitive skin 


Dry to Mature Skin Types

Key Ingredients: Hydrating, creamy consistency scrubs are best used for dry skin types our Pomegranate and Apricot scrub is a great choice for dry to mature skin types. 

Texture: Cream-based scrubs with moisturising properties can provide exfoliation while helping to lock in moisture, addressing both dryness and the need for gentle exfoliation.

For our full range of Dry skin products see our collection. 


Oily Skin Types

Key Ingredients: Ground bamboo charcoal can absorb excess oil without over-drying.

Texture: A cream type scrub but one that can offer extra oil reduction. It can offer effective exfoliation and help manage oiliness without stripping the skin of its natural oils.

We have a collection of product all suitable to oily skin pop and take a look here. 


Combination Skin Types

Key Ingredients: Look to our Bamboo & Mandarin scrubs they offer the perfect balance exfoliation with hydrating ingredients. This combination can address the dry areas without exacerbating oiliness in other parts.

Texture: A balanced scrub that isn't too creamy or too drying can suit combination skin, providing exfoliation where needed and hydration where necessary.

See our combination product collection for a whole range of items to suit this skin type. 


Can You Use A Face Scrub If You Have Sensitive Skin?

Absolutely, individuals with sensitive skin can still enjoy the benefits of using a face scrub, provided they choose their products wisely and use them correctly. Here are some guidelines to help those with sensitive skin use facial scrubs safely:

Choose the Right Product

Formulated for Sensitive Skin: Look for our scrubs that are specifically designed for sensitive skin.

Use with Caution

Patch Test: Before using any new scrub, do a patch test on a small area of your skin, preferably somewhere inconspicuous like the inner arm, to see how your skin reacts.

Limit Frequency: Start by using the scrub once a week or less frequently. Observe how your skin responds and adjust usage accordingly. Over-exfoliation is a common concern, especially for sensitive skin types.

Gentle Application: When applying the scrub, use light, circular motions without applying too much pressure. This helps to minimise mechanical irritation.

Aftercare is Key

Moisturise: After exfoliating, it's important to apply a gentle moisturiser our Geranium one is perfect to help restore the skin's barrier and lock in moisture.

Sun Protection: Since exfoliated skin can be more sensitive to the sun, applying a broad-spectrum sunscreen is crucial, especially if you'll be spending time outdoors.

Monitor your Skin's Response

Watch for Signs of Irritation: Redness, burning, or increased sensitivity are signs that the product might not be right for your skin, or that you might be using it too frequently. We are always on hand to guide you. 

Adapt Based on Feedback: Your skin's needs can change over time due to various factors like weather, stress, or age. Be prepared to adjust your exfoliation routine and products as needed.

Sensitive skin doesn't have to miss out on the benefits of exfoliation. By choosing the right products and using them wisely, you can achieve smoother, brighter skin while minimising the risk of irritation. Our range offers options that cater to the delicate nature of sensitive skin, ensuring you can find a scrub that works harmoniously with your skin's unique needs.

Do Facial Scrubs Reduce Wrinkles?

Facial scrubs primarily function to exfoliate the skin, removing dead skin cells from the surface and promoting cell turnover. While they can contribute to a smoother skin texture and potentially enhance the skin's overall appearance, their direct impact on wrinkles is more nuanced.

How Facial Scrubs Can Indirectly Affect Wrinkles:

Improved Skin Texture and Radiance:

By removing dead skin cells, facial scrubs can make the skin appear smoother and more radiant. This can somewhat diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by improving skin texture.

Enhanced Product Absorption:

Exfoliation can increase the skin’s ability to absorb skincare products, such as moisturisers, serums, and treatments that contain anti-aging ingredients (e.g., retinol, hyaluronic acid, peptides). When these products penetrate more effectively, they can work better to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.

Stimulation of Cell Renewal:

Regular exfoliation encourages the process of cell turnover, where older skin cells are replaced with new ones. Over time, this can contribute to a healthier skin matrix and may help in maintaining skin elasticity and firmness, albeit indirectly influencing the depth or appearance of wrinkles.

What Are The Disadvantages Of Face Scrubs?

While face scrubs can offer benefits like exfoliation and improved skin texture, they also come with potential disadvantages, particularly if used improperly or too frequently. Here's a look at some of the potential drawbacks:

Skin Irritation -

Over Use or too much pressure used.

Over-Exfoliation -

Caused by to much use. Always allow your skin time to regenerate itself.

Aggravation of Acne -

Over use of scrub over acne can irritate the area and cause leading in inflammation.

Face scrubs can be a useful tool for achieving smoother, clearer skin, but it's important to use them correctly to avoid potential disadvantages. Understanding your skin type and needs, choosing suitable products, and using them as directed will help mitigate risks and ensure that your skin remains healthy and vibrant.

Are All Your Face Scrubs Vegan?

Yes all our face scrubs are vegan and our whole range is. We are a proud vegan founded brand that is committed to offering vegan products, and our entire range, including face scrubs, adheres to this principle.

This approach not only aligns with ethical considerations regarding animal welfare but also caters to a growing segment of consumers who are looking for skincare options that reflect their values.

Being a vegan-founded brand sets a strong foundation for authenticity and dedication to cruelty-free and plant-based formulations. Here are a few benefits and points of interest that might resonate with you:

Ethical Considerations


By choosing vegan skincare, you can enjoy high-quality products without compromising on you ethical standards. It assures them that no animals were harmed or involved in the production process.

Environmental Impact:

Vegan skincare products often have a lower environmental footprint, as plant-based ingredients typically require fewer resources (such as water and land) and result in lower emissions during production compared to animal-derived ingredients.

Health and Wellness

Gentle on Skin:

Vegan skincare products, including facial scrubs, are often perceived as being gentler on the skin. Plant-based ingredients can be rich in vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants, offering nourishing benefits without the use of harsh chemicals or allergens commonly found in non-vegan products.

Can Face Scrubs Help With Acne?

Absolutely, navigating the use of face scrubs on acne-prone skin requires a careful balance to harness the benefits while mitigating potential risks. Acne-prone skin can be sensitive and reactive, making it important to choose and use facial scrubs with caution. Here are some insights on how to approach facial scrubs for acne-prone skin:

Benefits of Using Face Scrubs on Acne-Prone Skin:

Unclogging Pores:

Proper exfoliation can help remove dead skin cells that clog pores and are a primary cause of acne.

Improved Texture and Appearance:

Regular, gentle exfoliation can smooth the skin's surface, reducing the appearance of post-acne marks and scars over time.

Enhanced Product Absorption:

Exfoliating can improve the efficacy of topical acne treatments by allowing them to penetrate deeper into the skin.

Are there any side effects of using facial scrubs?

Yes, while facial scrubs can offer numerous benefits for skin health and appearance, there are potential side effects, especially if used improperly or too frequently. Here’s what to be aware of:

Skin Irritation and Redness 

Caused by Over-exfoliation or using scrubs with harsh particles can cause micro-tears in the skin, leading to irritation and redness. Opting for our scrubs with smooth, rounded particles will ensure a gentle damage free exfoliation.

Dryness and Dehydration

Scrubs can strip the skin of your natural oils, leading to dryness or dehydration, especially if used too often or if the product isn’t suitable for your skin type. So simply let your skin guide you and always follow up with one of our oils or moisturisers. 

Increased Sensitivity to Sunlight

Exfoliating reveals new, fresh layers of skin that are more susceptible to UV damage. So apply a moisturiser with a minimum spa of 30 after exfoliation or carry it our before bed time. 


Over-exfoliation can disrupt the skin’s barrier function, leading to increased vulnerability to bacteria and breakouts, especially for sensitive or acne-prone skin.

Allergic Reactions

We can all react at time form a product we have used. So always carry our a small patch test to ensure a product is matched with your skin. 

Worsening of Skin Conditions

Individuals with certain skin conditions, such as rosacea, eczema, or psoriasis, may find that physical scrubs worsen their symptoms. If this happens stop use immediately and contact tour team. 

General Tips:

Gentle Application: Apply the scrub gently, using circular motions, and avoid pressing too hard to prevent skin damage.

Know Your Skin: Understanding your skin type and its needs can help you choose the most suitable products and avoid potential side effects.

Seek Professional Advice: If you're unsure about how to incorporate exfoliation into your skincare routine or if you experience adverse effects, consulting our skincare professionals who can provide personalised guidance and recommendations.

By being mindful of these potential side effects and taking the necessary precautions, you can safely enjoy the benefits of facial scrubs and maintain healthy, radiant skin.

Face Scrubs / Facial Exfoliants

Is Facial Scrub Same As Exfoliator?

The terms "facial scrub" and "exfoliator" are often used interchangeably in skincare, but they refer to slightly different concepts within the broader category of exfoliation products. Here's a breakdown of the differences:

Facial Scrub

Definition: A facial scrub is a type of physical exfoliator that uses small, granular particles or beads to manually remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin through rubbing or scrubbing action. Our face scrubs use ground bamboo, nut kernels and activate charcoal. 

Key Characteristics of Face Scrubs:

Contains physical particles such as jojoba beads, sugar, salt, or ground nut shells.

Works by mechanically sloughing away dead skin cells when massaged into the skin.

Can vary in abrasiveness, depending on the size and shape of the particles used.

Ideal for those looking for immediate results and a tangible sense of cleanliness.

What is an Exfoliator

Definition: An exfoliator is a broader term that encompasses any product designed to remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Exfoliators can be physical (like facial scrubs) or chemical such as our retinol serum

Key Characteristics of Exfoliators:

Chemical Exfoliators:

Use acids or enzymes to dissolve and loosen dead skin cells without physical rubbing. Examples include alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) like glycolic acid, beta hydroxy acids (BHAs) like salicylic acid, and enzymes from fruits.

Physical Exfoliators:

Besides facial scrubs, physical exfoliation can also include tools like exfoliating brushes or cloths designed to manually remove dead skin cells. Regular use of Konjac sponges, Gua Sea Tools and brushes can all assist in the removal of skin. 

Often preferred for treating specific skin concerns like acne, fine lines, and skin texture, as they can be formulated to penetrate deeper into the skin.

Choosing Between a Facial Scrub and a Chemical Exfoliator:

Skin Type:

Sensitive skin may benefit more from chemical exfoliators, as physical scrubs can sometimes be too harsh. Oily and acne-prone skin may benefit from BHA-based chemical exfoliators. Our retina serum is a starter % so a great retinol to begin your skin journey. 

Personal Preference:

Some people prefer the immediate smoothing effect of physical scrubs, while others like the long-term benefits and gentleness of chemical exfoliation. There defiantly is not better feeling that the skin after a good scrub. For therapist we recommend our jelly masks to create a barrier that can cool and calm the skin post chemical exfoliation

Skin Concerns:

If you're addressing issues like deep acne scars or hyperpigmentation, chemical exfoliators may offer more targeted and effective solutions.

What Is A Face Scrub?

A face scrub is a skincare product designed to exfoliate, or remove dead skin cells from the surface of your skin, on the face.

It is a type of physical exfoliant that typically contains small particles ground bamboo or nut kernels which, when massaged onto the skin, help slough away dead skin cells and other impurities that can clog pores.

The act of exfoliating with a scrub can promote a smoother, more radiant skin appearance and improve the effectiveness of other skincare products by enhancing their absorption into the skin.

Benefits Of Using Face Scrub?

Smoother Skin Texture

Removal of Dead Skin Cells:

Regular exfoliation removes dead skin cells that can make your skin feel rough or look dull. By clearing these away, the skin surface becomes smoother to the touch.

Reduction of Blemishes:

Exfoliation can help to clear clogged pores and reduce the appearance of blemishes, leading to a smoother skin texture over time.

Minimised Appearance of Pores:

Consistent exfoliation can help to keep pores clear, reducing their apparent size and contributing to a smoother overall skin texture.

Enhanced Skin Tone

Even Skin Tone:

By removing dead skin cells and reducing pigmentation from sun exposure or acne scars, exfoliation can help to even out the skin tone, giving your skin a more uniform appearance.

Brighter Complexion:

With the old, dull cells removed, the skin can reflect light better, leading to a brighter, more vibrant complexion.

Stimulation of Cell Renewal:

Regular exfoliation encourages the process of cell turnover, where new skin cells replace the old ones, helping to maintain a healthy glow and even skin tone.

Long-term Benefits

Prevents Aging Signs:

By stimulating cell renewal, regular exfoliation can also help to prevent the signs of aging, keeping the skin looking younger for longer.

Improved Absorption of Skincare Products:

With the removal of the barrier formed by dead skin cells, skincare products can penetrate more effectively, allowing their active ingredients to work more efficiently.

Boosted Collagen Production:

Some types of exfoliation can stimulate collagen production, improving skin elasticity and firmness, which contributes to a smoother texture and more youthful appearance.

Types Of Face Scrubs We Offer?

We have 3 types of scrubs in our range. Our cream scrub which is the Pomegranate, Our sensitive scrub which is the Hypoallergenic, Bamboo and Charcoal perfect for acne prone skin as the charcoal helps absorb excess oils and our Bamboo & Mandarin which is beautiful scrub for normal to combination skin types.

How To Choose A Perfect Face Scrub For Your Skin?

In our range we offer cream scrubs for more mature skin types. Hypoallergenic for sensitive skin types, Charcoal for acne prone skin and Bamboo normal for combination skin types.

How To Use Face Scrub?

For Sensitive Skin,

look for our scrubs with fine, gentle particles and fragrance free.

Oily or Acne-Prone Skin

Will benefit from a our scrub with charcoal. We also offer a charcoal scrub in our mens skincare range.

Normal to Dry Skin Types

Can opt for scrubs with ground bamboo.

Mature Skin Types

Then opt for our creamy hydrating pomegrante.

Why Buddha Beauty's Face Scrub?

At Buddha Beauty we think of ourselves as a brand that positions itself within the cruelty-free and vegan skincare market, focusing on ethically sourced, natural ingredients.

When considering our face scrub, or any product from our brand think of it as an ethical and environmental choice, there are several reasons why you might choose Buddha Beauty's face scrub:

1. Cruelty-Free and Vegan

For those committed to ethical consumerism, choosing products that are cruelty-free and vegan is important. Buddha Beauty assures that no animal testing is involved in our product development, and our products do not contain animal-derived ingredients, aligning with ethical and vegan preferences.

2. Natural Ingredients

Buddha Beauty products typically feature natural ingredients, which can be less harsh and more environmentally friendly than some synthetic alternatives. Consumers interested in clean beauty trends might prefer face scrubs with natural exfoliants and botanical extracts for their perceived gentleness and eco-friendliness.

3. Sustainability

The brand's focus on sustainability from packaging to sourcing appeals to environmentally conscious consumers.

4. Skin Benefits from Quality Ingredients

Natural and organic ingredients, often found in our products, can offer various skin benefits. These ingredients include antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals that support skin health, providing nourishment and protection while exfoliating.

5. Supporting Ethical Businesses

Purchasing from brands that prioritise ethical practices, sustainability, and animal welfare supports these values in the industry. For consumers looking to make a positive impact with their buying choices, supporting companies like us at Buddha Beauty can be a way to contribute to broader change.

Choosing Buddha Beauty's face scrub could be influenced by a combination of ethical considerations, ingredient preferences, and the brand's commitment to sustainability. It's always recommended to look at our product reviews, ingredient lists, and our company practices to rest assured that we align with your personal values, skin type, and skincare needs.

Complete Your Skin Care Routine.

In any good skincare routine there are steps to follow. We highly recommend a double cleanse time permitting. Using a cleansing balm to start to break down any make products. Then followed with a gel cleanser to which will give your skin a deep clean and remove all remaining products.

Toner plays a versatile and often essential role in a well-rounded skincare routine, offering several benefits that cater to a wide range of skin types and concerns. Here's why incorporating a toner can be beneficial:

Restores Skin's pH Balance 

After cleansing, the skin's natural pH might be disrupted, which can lead to issues like dryness or excess oil production. Toner helps to quickly rebalance the skin's pH, maintaining its natural barrier and health.

Refines Pores

Toners can help to remove residual dirt, oil, and makeup that may not have been entirely cleansed away, leading to clearer and more refined pores.

Prepares Skin for Moisturisers and Treatments

By balancing the skin's pH and removing residual impurities, toners prepare the skin to better absorb the products that follow, such as our serums and moisturisers. This can enhance the effectiveness of your skincare regimen. 

Now your skin is looking and feeling great its time to look towards your lips. At buddha beauty we have a selection of balms that will offer complete hydration.

Expanding your skincare routine beyond the face to include the entire body is a fantastic approach to holistic skin health. With our commitment to vegan and cruelty-free products, our natural body lotion range is perfectly poised to meet the needs and preferences of a wide audience.

Offering a variety of scents like light citrus, sweet ambers, and floral lavenders ensures that everyone can find a fragrance that resonates with their personal taste and mood. Here's how each scent profile can cater to different preferences:

Light Citrus

Who It's For: Ideal for those who appreciate a fresh, energising scent. Citrus fragrances are known for their ability to uplift the spirits and provide a clean, invigorating feel.

Sweet Ambers

Who It's For: Perfect for individuals who lean towards warm, comforting scents. Amber is known for its sweet, resinous aroma that evokes a sense of warmth and sophistication.

Incorporating Body Lotion into Your Routine

Best Time to Apply: After showering or bathing, when your skin is still slightly damp, is the ideal time to apply body lotion. This helps to lock in moisture. They can be used all over the body including the feet. But if your fit are a little more worse for wear then head straight to our foot scrubs for a pre lotion pampering.

And don't forget to take a peek at our soap abr collection. hand made beautifully scent soap bars.

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