With Coconut oil, strawberry seeds.
Q: What are the benefits of the solid body scrub?
A: First, let’s take a look at how our skin works. Peeling is the natural process of shedding skin, and it happens in a constant, regenerative cycle. The efficiency of this process depends on a number of factors including your age, skin type, the products you’re using, and your environment. However, the process isn’t 100 percent perfect, and it can lead to a buildup of dead skin cells on the surface of your skin. This is where body scrubs come in. Body scrubs remove dead skin cells, and so provide several benefits:
- allow your skin to absorb moisturizer better. By doing dead skin cell buildup, any moisturizer applied afterward will soak into the skin more thoroughly.
- unclog pores and prevent ingrown hairs. By regularly using a body scrub, you’ll unclog your pores, which can prevent razor bumps and ingrown hairs.
- leave your skin smoother and more even. When dry skin isn’t removed, it makes the skin rough to the touch and has a dull, cracked texture and appearance. By removing the dead, dry cells, you should have smoother and more even skin.
Q: How often should you use the Upfill solid body scrub?
A: In general, you don’t want to use a body scrub on your skin every day or even every other day. Doing this could lead to dry or irritated skin. Generally, we advise on using the Upfill body scrub twice a week. For sensitive skin, we advise to use the Upfill body scrub once a week.
Q: Should I use the Upfill solid body scrub instead of the shower oil bar?
A: It's best to use the Upfill body scrub while you’re still in the shower but right after washing so that your skin is clean and ready for exfoliation. Our perfect routine includes using the Upfill Shower Oil and the Upfill Body Scrub in the shower for the ultimate body routine.