Flaky, dry skin should stay on Alligators!!

Using products like ScrubzBody Sugar Scrub is not just a pampering joy.

It’s not just a cleansing your skin joy. It is a get the flaky, yucky, white skin specs OFF, joy as well! 

That’s because exfoliation is one of those things that sounds all fancy and pampering, but is really just a wonderful way of taking care of your skin.

Think about it. Your skin sheds. It has to because the only way for new skin to come to the surface is if older skin is shed off. That is why we flake and peel. And skin doesn’t do this lovely process of shedding evenly. Nope. Your arms may be dry but not flaky, as your legs are shedding like dandruff. Your neck may show early signs of aging due to the sun, but when it’s dry, it will look twice as wrinkly and twice as old.

So, what can you do to prevent your beautiful body from experiencing alligator-like symptoms?

Making ScrubzBody Scrub
Mixing up a batch of “Alligator Skin” prevention!

Exfoliate with a gentle scrub, like our ScrubzBody Sugar Scrub, of course!

I know I say it all the time because it really is the solution to so many basic, skin related issues. By turning skin cells over on a regular basis, you are ensuring that skin not only looks good and feels good, but IS good! The more opportunity for turnover the better.

But here’s the rub. Not all exfoliation is the same. We recommend gentle, sugar and oil based scrubs of course and this is why.

First of all, sugar will not burn or irritate and can be used on all skin types.

Secondly, sugar release traces of glycolic acid when it is melted, similar to Retin-A type chemical exfoliants.

Thirdly, sugar is a humectant, which means it draws water to it, not away, which is great when you want extra hydration.

Next, those wondrous botanical oils will nourish and moisturize the healthy skin cells. This means that all that hydration joy will be doing a better job.

This means that your alligator skin will be a thing of the past.

And every alligator now says thank you for giving it back.