Beauty tip 🍃:
Shea Butter Scrub:
This scrub is more suitable for rough areas such as the feet, elbows or knees. These areas generally need an effective exfoliation. To make one you will need fine salt, shea butter and lemon juice. Mix 2 tablespoons of fine salt with 4 tablespoons of shea butter with the juice of half a lemon. Then apply the scrub by massaging the rough areas for about ten minutes. Rinse the skin with lukewarm water then moisturize the skin
The salt scrub helps exfoliate the skin, it is necessary and recommended by dermatologists. Thus, the dead cells of the epidermis are eliminated and we participate in the regeneration of cells while purifying the skin.
Shea butter deeply moisturizes the skin and can be applied like a balm, especially on dry areas. It also has a regenerating action, especially on elbow and heel calluses.
Lemon helps soften your skin, especially on rough areas.
Scrub with apricot kernel oil and sugar:
Mix 1 tablespoon of apricot kernel oil and ½ tablespoon of brown sugar. Then apply the paste in circular motions on the face, neck and décolleté. The sugar removes dead cells and the oil nourishes the skin
Apricot kernel oil is ideal for gentle, velvety care: it contains up to 70% oleic acid, an unsaturated fatty acid. Like all oils rich in unsaturated fats, apricot kernel oil penetrates very quickly. The skin remains smooth, without oily residue and cared for
The sugar used in exfoliation makes the skin soft and reveals the radiance of the complexion. Thanks to the sugar grains, blood circulation is stimulated and the skin is regenerated
Sugar and coconut scrub:
This scrub is a great classic, it's super easy, 100% natural, and respectful of the environment. Sugar is there for its gently exfoliating side, and coconut oil for deep hydration
50g sugar and 50g coconut oil
In a bowl, pour the 50 gr of solid coconut oil then add the 50 gr of powdered sugar (choice of white or brown, with the white the scrub will be softer while with the red it will be a little more abrasive ). Little more you can add a few drops of essential oils to bring a fragrant touch. Then mix well until you obtain a homogeneous paste, if the oil is too hard and yes the coconut oil below 20° becomes solid, do not hesitate to put it in a bain-marie
Apply the scrub to damp skin, making small circular movements to gently remove dead skin cells. Then rinse thoroughly after application