Natural Spa Factory Bladderwrack And Peppermint Salt Body Scrub: The refreshing and stimulating properties of the peppermint awaken body and mind. a mid-week pick-me-up, and refreshing, stimulating body treatments and pedicures. Made in the United Kingdom.
It contains menthol that has a cooling effect and at the same time, works to brighten up the dull skin and controls the secretion of excess oil and prevents clogging of pores and outbreak of acne.
Peppermint oil can alleviate stress and pain after a long and tiring day. Its stimulating effect helps increase blood circulation.
Fucus Vesiculosus or “bladder wrack” like most seaweed is rich in trace elements, nutrients, proteins and high in anti-oxidant activity.
Iodine is abundant in this seaweed and is traditionally used in the fight against cellulite, for refining treatments and combating fatty deposits. It stimulates metabolism and helps to drain toxins.
Grape-seed oil is a very light oil that can be used on even the most sensitive skin. It has astringent properties to help tighten skin and close pores. Which is a great benefit to oily skin as it avoids clogging that can lead to pimples.
Grape-seed oil contains antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties, and linoleic acid, which is great for skin health, alleviating fine lines, wrinkles and improving elasticity.
Peach kernel oil is rich in essential linoleic and oleic fatty acids which give it a special affinity to the skin. It protects the skin by supporting its barrier function and thus preventing moisture loss.
how to use:
Stir the products in the tub before use to combine all the lovely essential oils, fragrance, sugar or salts. Apply directly to the skin avoiding the face. Apply the Salt Scrub to the body in a circular motion. Follow use with a shower avoiding gels and soaps. This allows the oils to penetrate and soften the skin and leaves a delicate aroma.
Ingredients: Maris Sal (Sea Salt), Vinis Vitifera (Grapeseed Oil) Prunus Persica (Peach Kernel Oil), Mentha Arvensis Leaf Oil, Fucus Vesiculosus Powder.