Rose oil has a positive stress-reducing affect on the skin, lifting and toning while cooling and soothing dry chapped skin.

Sandalwood & Rose Sugar Scrub

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Exfoliate, smooth and hydrate with grapeseed oil, shea butter and roses

Sandalwood & Rose gentle sugar scrub contains sandalwood powder, rose petals and blueberry seed for a soft aromatic scrub experience. The rose oil infused scrub with hydrate the skin as you exfoliate leaving you feeling smooth and supple. There is a soft hint of vanilla to entice the senses further.

  • Sandalwood Powder has been used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-aging tool for centuries. One of the way’s sandalwood is thought to slow the aging process is through natural anti-inflammatory properties that improve circulation throughout the body.
  • Kaolin Clay purifies, nourishes, soothes and heals the skin. It is beneficial in balancing oil and detoxifying without drying the skin.

 

Why should you exfoliate?

Beautiful skin takes work. Exfoliating your entire body helps prevent;

  • body acne in many places below your neck, such as the chest, back and arms.
  • helps you avoid ingrown hairs by preventing dead skin cells from clogging hair follicles where you’ve shaved or waxed.
  • helps even out skin tone and keeps your skin hydrated and soft.
  • encourages cellular turn over for softer, younger looking skin

How often should you scrub?

Scrubbing two or three times a week is plenty. If your skin is very sensitive, you might prefer to do it less. Keep in mind that the purpose of exfoliating is to remove skin cells that are dead. You shouldn’t have to scrub too hard or too often to make that happen. If you do, you’re likely to take off healthy cells, too, which might leave your skin looking red and feeling sore.

 

 

-WHAT IT DOES-
Exfoliates and leaves skin feeling smooth.

-HOW TO USE IT-
To use, scoop some sugar/salt scrub out while in shower or bath (taking care not to let water inside the jar), scrub body and rinse with warm water. Pat dry and let oils naturally absorb into the skin.

Ingredients: Sugar, Grapeseed Oil, Shea Butter Kaolin Clay, Sandalwood Powder, Rose Petals, Blueberry Seeds, Rose Oil, Vanilla

Ingredient Facts

  • Blueberry Seeds are used to exfoliate the top surface of the skin. The oil with them are very hydrating and are absorbed quickly. Their anti-inflammatory properties help heal breakouts and blemishes and work well with sensitive skin.
  • Sandalwood Powder has been used in Indian Ayurvedic medicine as an anti-aging tool for centuries. One of the way’s sandalwood is thought to slow the aging process is through natural anti-inflammatory properties that improve circulation throughout the body.
  • Rose Petals are naturally antibacterial that help treat sensitive skin. The oil in the petals help reduce swollen areas and sensitive skin. It is calming and helps moisture into the skin, keeping skin feel smooth and soft. As a natural astringent, rose helps tighten pores and restore suppleness for a glowing complexion.
  • Kaolin Clay purifies, nourishes, soothes and heals the skin. It is beneficial in balancing oil and detoxifying without drying the skin.

Recycling – Naked Packaging at Calla Lily Cosmetics

Our naked packaging choice!

90% of all products are in some cardboard or paperboard packaging, sometimes in multiple layers. Inner, Outer, and actual product packaging adds three times the cardboard and paperboard to products.

80% of retailers do recycle cardboard and paperboard, in spite of this, cardboard still makes up 41% of our municipal waste streams.

At Calla Lily we made the decision to use recyclable materials whenever possible for our packaging. We feel we can achieve our own unique style without sacrificing our environment. This also led us to our naked packaging philosophy. We may choose to, from time to time, use some secondary packaging but by and large we strive to be 100% naked packaging.

We want our products to stand on their own feet and help mother earth along the way.

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  1. Rating by Tracy Glastrong on November 3, 2017 :

    Very impressive blog.

    Interesting article right on the subject.

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