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Salt vs Sugar Scrub

Salt vs Sugar Scrub

Posted on Novermber 6, 2018. 12:50pm

By Adetoun Adeyemo.

Exfoliation is the removal of dry/dead skin cells on the surface of the skin and is one of the most important aspects of your home skincare routine for face and body. Exfoliation not only helps many skin problems, it also increases blood circulation, which in turn helps you to achieve healthy and glowing skin.

How Often Should You Exfoliate?

We suggest exfoliating twice a week as part of a good home care regime – both the face and body. While it’s important to remove dead skin it’s also important not to strip away too many of your natural oils, so a good balance is essential.

I love a good body scrub. Usually after a body scrub I feel brand new, along with the dead skin cells disappearance. To cut down on spending, I make my own body scrubs and do them at home. One day I used salt instead of sugar and well I was not pleased.

The Importance of Exfoliating.

Firstly, exfoliating the skin is necessary.  It is the key to glowing skin. It gets rid of dull and dead skin cells and this helps you to absorb skin products better. By exfoliating you are giving yourself healthier and brighter looking skin.

Three wooden spoons with different kinds of sugar in each.

The Difference Between Sugar Scrubs and Salt Scrubs

The main difference is the size of the granules.  Generally, sugar is smaller than salt, thus sugar is less abrasive on the skin and is used for body scrubs. Salt scrubs are generally used for tougher parts.

SUGAR

Best for: sensitive skin, freshly-shaved legs, can be used all over the body

• Sugar scrubs exfoliate whilst also moisturizing the skin.

Because it is gentle, you can use sugar scrubs more often. Daily if you like.

There aren’t as many nutrients in sugar scrubs.

Sugar is best for the Face

Natural Sugars are less drying on the skin.

SALT

Best for: elbows, knees, feet, calluses

•Salt scrubs make good muscle relaxants.

It can sting if scrubbing over cuts and bruises.  Salt scrubs can be drying to the skin, and you may need to re-hydrate pretty intensively after using a salt scrub.

Sea salt is usually used in making homemade scrubs, and it contains wonderful minerals that are great for your body.

Salt scrubs are wonderful for detoxifying your skin and helping to purify the skin as well as keep your pores clear

Salt scrubs can kill bacteria & reduces inflammation

The reason I decided to go with home made sugar scrubs is because I can keep a track of the ingredients. Scrubs bought in stores contain preservatives, and other ingredients that can be harmful to the skin. You can easily make a salt or sugar scrub with all natural ingredients at home. Sugar scrub has a short shelf life but I guarantee you will use it up in no time.

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REASONS WHY GREEN CHEMISTRY IS THE FUTURE OF THE BEAUTY BUSINESS

REASONS WHY GREEN CHEMISTRY IS THE FUTURE OF THE BEAUTY BUSINESS.

OCTOBER 12, 2018

BY ADETOUN ADEYEMO

Every day we are faced with making choices that shape our future. As we strive towards better beauty, green chemistry plays an important role in our choice to create safer and cleaner products.

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So, What is Green Chemistry?

According to the Environmental Protection Agency, “[g]reen chemistry is the design of chemical products and processes that reduce or eliminate the use or generation of hazardous substances.” In simpler terms, green chemistry allows us to innovate with ingredients and create products that are increasingly conscious of both human health and the environment.

Take one of the bestselling BulkApothecary, offering to a wide range of specialty ingredients and vitamin supplements and had a dominant online presence that was growing by the day. Go to website for inspiration from nature to solve skin care needs, Business and applies it to the formulation process.

Every ingredient in the BulkApothecary delivers multiple functional benefits to the skin. For example, Essential Oil blend of essential oils that is fantastic for massaging away lifes little problems.We carry a complete line of top quality raw ingredients that include natural vegetable oils, colors, clays, acids, butters, waxes, seeds, botanicals, essential oils and countless other fine ingredients

Contains:

Mentha citrata Herb Oil
Litsea cubeba Oil
Origanum marjorana Leaf Oil
Mentha piperita Leaf/Stem Oil
Santalum album Wood Oil
Vetiveria zizanoides Oil
Cinnamomum camphora Bark Oil
Lavandula hybrida Oil
Lavandula angustifolia Oil
Ocimum basilicum Oil
Cupressus sempervirens Oil
Abies siberica Needle Oil

For aromatic use. Add to bath water and dilute with Dilute with Massage Oil for body massage.

Possible skin sensitivity. If pregnant or under a doctor’s care, consult your physician.

A Greener Philosophy

Natural ingredients that are derived from nature, the fiber that makes up the wipe comes from renewable wood-based cellulose and we have performed testing to confirm that the product is biodegradable in a composting environment.* Taking inspiration from nature, we will be designing our product to follow a closed-loop system, where a “waste” product is turned into a resource for another process.

A Greener Future

Doublecrownmedspa is not alone in our push for green chemistry. Companies large and small are facing the same sourcing challenges while fielding increasing consumer demand for ingredients that reduce environmental impacts.

To show our dedication to green chemistry, beyond our formulations, we will be steering committee member of the Sustainable Chemistry Alliance which advocates for green chemistry legislation in DC, spanning sectors such as consumer goods, transportation and technology. Also partnering with the Green Chemistry and Commerce Council (GC3) on a multi-company challenge to invest and create safer preservatives rooted in the principles of green chemistry.

Green chemistry spurs innovation while protecting the environment and consumers. That’s a choice Doublecrown can stand behind.

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*Dispose in your home composting system or municipal receptacle program (in communities that have municipal composting systems). 

Beauty

 

 

 

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