Scrub Care

Here you can find out what to do if your scrub is too dry, too oily, or you just want to learn more about best usage techniques to get the most out of your scrub. Our natural scrubs can sometimes be affected by the elements since we don’t use any stabilizers or fillers, which can be harmful to your skin. Luckily, there are a few easy steps you can take to transform your scrub to your desired consistency and make it last longer.


My Scrub is Too Dry or Hard

If you’d like to rehydrate your scrub you can add 1-2 tablespoons of olive oil or vegetable oil to the top and let it absorb for 15 minutes. Then take a non-sharp kitchen utensil and gently mix the scrub in circular motions making sure to touch the bottom until fully mixed. This will help rejuvenate your scrub if it has become dried out. You can repeat this process until you have achieved your desired consistency.


My Scrub is Too Oily

Method 1

If too much oil has settled in your scrub it just needs a good mixing. Take a non-sharp kitchen utensil and gently mix the scrub using top down circular motions until the scrub is fully mixed.

Method 2

If your scrub is still too oily you can add 1-2 tablespoons of granulated white sugar. Empty your scrub into a clean stainless steel or non-porous bowl and mix in the sugar 1 tablespoon at a time until you have achieved your desired consistency. Add the scrub back into its original container and store any extra scrub in a clean air tight container.


Scrub Care

  • If you have a scrub you're not actively using store it in the refrigerator to improve longevity and keep the natural ingredients fresh.
  • When using your scrub try and minimize the amount of water that gets into the container as water can dry out the scrub over time.
  • After usage make sure you screw the lid on tight to minimize drying out.
  • After closing the scrub wash the outside of the container with water as the sugar in the scrubs can make the container sticky or attract insects.


Best Usage

  • Use 2-3 times a week and apply scrub after cleansing / removing makeup.
  • Sensitive skin should exfoliate less frequently.
  • Apply using gentle circular motions, do not apply with too much pressure.
  • Make sure to rinse off the scrub and excess oils thoroughly after using.
  • You can use your scrub before or after shaving whichever you prefer. Exfoliating your skin before shaving helps you get a closer shave, but some prefer the feeling of exfoliating after shaving.