scrubbing clayexfoliating body scrub
Made with upcycled coffee grounds that would have otherwise gone to waste, this creamy clay scrub smooths, clarifies, and supports the microbiome, rinsing off with a silky feel.
prebiotic chicory root - naturally packed with prebiotic sugars, this ingredient helps feed your skin microbiome and support balanced skin
upcycled coffee grounds - sourced from a local coffee manufacturer in California, upcycled antioxidant-rich coffee grounds help slough away dead skin cells and polish the skin’s surface, while also firming, smoothing, and brightening the look of skin with caffeine
red clay - helps prevent clogged pores and deeply cleanses skin by absorbing excess oil, dirt, and impurities
full IL: water/aqua, kaolin1, hydrogenated ethylhexyl olivate, glycerin, coffea arabica (coffee) seed powder2, oryza sativa (rice) powder, stearic acid, glyceryl stearate SE, cetyl alcohol, bentonite, cichorium intybus (chicory) root extract3, glyceryl caprylate, ethylhexylglycerin, polysorbate 20, hydrogenated olive oil unsaponifiables, caprylhydroxamic acid, xanthan gum, sodium phytate.
2upcycled coffee grounds
essential oil contents: 0.0%
read more about our ingredients and formula here.
“i love this scrub so much. the texture, the smell, everything about it feels luxurious. i'm so happy that it's not oil based like so many other scrubs. the clay base makes this a true joy to use. after gently scrubbing my body with this i step out of the shower feeling silky smooth and fresh, and my skin more than ready to absorb whatever products i apply after. i'm addicted to this and not mad about it!”
while showering, rub a quarter-sized amount of clay between your hands. massage in circular motions all over your body to slough away dead skin. rinse off residual polish. use up to 3x a week.
optional: leave on for two minutes as a body mask before rinsing! this is particularly helpful on breakout-prone areas.
how to recycle
twist off the cap and cut open the top of the sugarcane tube. rinse well. Toss the tube in your recycling bin.
unfortunately, the cap is not recyclable due to its small size.