Body Scrubs Make your skin glow

Body scrubs are a great way to make your skin glow. A sugar scrub is an exfoliating body scrub that can help remove dead skin cells and wash away impurities from the surface of your skin, leaving it feeling soft and smooth. If you have sensitive skin, try a body scrub with coconut oil as its base ingredient; this natural oil helps nourish and moisturize the skin without making it too oily. It also helps make sure that the scrub works its way deep down into your pores, helping to remove buildup and give you glowing skin. For those with oily skin, opt for a more abrasive body scrub to help clear away excess oils, dirt, and grime. With regular use of a body scrub, you’ll be sure to get glowing skin in no time!

Our body needs care as much as our face, one should never neglect the skin that one wears. Like every skin surface, your body skin surface also needs exfoliation. Scrubbing your entire body with a body scrub provides the following advantages:

• Dead skin cells are removed. Thus, leaving a fresh and softer layer of skin behind.

• It prevents ingrown hair layer formation. This makes the hair removal process much smoother.

• With all these factors it goes without saying that if mixed with the right ingredients like scented body oils or herbs, it provides a very relaxing feeling. Moreover, a new outlook in the confines of your bathroom.

Which is better a body scrub or a body polish?

It totally depends on the requirement of the user as both body scrub and body polish have their own utility. A body scrub is done when we need to remove dead and flaky cells from the skin layer whereas a body polish is done for preparing the new cells for processes like tanning. A body scrub not only brings up a fresh layer of skin but also cleans the old dead cells from the surface of the skin.

A good body scrub increases blood circulation while opening the pores of the skin. In simple words, it can be said that a body scrub is done to prevent tanning while body polish is done for preserving the tanning. A body polish is a foam-based treatment whereas a body scrub is an oil-based treatment and the oil helps to retain the moisture of the skin by forming a layer over it, using essential oils with a good combination of herbs can result in an enticing experience as well. So any day a body scrub is a way better option than a body polish. Prevention or shielding can never top rejuvenation and nourishment.

Based on user liking and skin type requirements some scrubs are :

1. Sugar Body Scrubs

As the name suggests these body scrubs are sugar-based scrubs. Generally, brown sugar is used for scrubbing but regardless of the type of sugar, the purpose remains the same. For getting pasty consistency scented oils or glycerine-based products are used. This type of mixture is a less abrasive scrub and goes soft on the skin.  

2. Salt Body Scrubs

Salts have always been used to get rid of toxicity or to prevent the growth of unwanted microorganisms like germs and bacteria. Depending on skin tolerance one can always use a variety of sea salts as a base in a body scrub with various oils like sesame or almond. Salt-based body scrubs not only sanitize the new layer of skin but it has healing properties as well which makes them an ideal base for some users.

3. Herbal Body Scrubs

What is better than a combination of herbs and oils to welcome your new skin layer? We can have hundreds of combinations based on preferences and properties like scent, healing, relaxation, etc. Herbal ingredients like Sandals, Lavender, Mint, Lemon, Orange, etc can give such relaxing experiences that anyone will become addict of exfoliation.   

4. Coffee Body Scrubs

Speaking of addiction almost nothing on planet earth can top coffee. Coffee is a natural stimulant and healer as well. Its properties are so intense that coffee is being used as a very crucial ingredient/component in therapeutic and stimulating mixtures by Spas. The subtle and smooth experience of exfoliating can be optimized with ingredients like chocolates, blueberries, or vanilla.

5. Moisturizing Body Scrubs

Oatmeal and ground almonds along with yogurt, aloe vera, or milk can prove to be very nutritious for the fresh layer of skin which comes after exfoliating. Dry skin issue is one of the worst problems we can face in this ever-changing climate. Our skin needs to hydrate as it loses all its turbidity to the air, here comes the role of a good moisturizing skin scrub which forms a layer on the skin surface by keeping and maintaining the moisture content intact inside our body.

There are many products in the market which are based on the above ingredients. We are going to name a few products below which stand out very well in the market.

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