Natural Skincare Remedies: Brown Sugar

April 05, 2016

Natural Skincare Remedies: Brown Sugar

The Butter Bar Blog- Natural Skin Remedies
The Butter Bar Blog- Natural Skincare Remedies: Brown Sugar

Skin that is regularly exfoliated is healthier skin, both in appearance and function. Cleansed of dead skin, the largest organ can circulate more efficiently, breathing in good nourishment and expelling toxins. It also glows, is more uniform in appearance with tighter pores, and is soft to the touch.

Exfoliating with a sugar scrub doesn't relax the muscles, the way salt does, but it relaxes the mind with its delicious smell. Sugar is also full of glycolic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid that is crucial for maintaining healthy skin and is usually a key ingredient in pricey products. The natural glycolic acid in sugar not only helps condition and moisturize skin, but protect it from toxins.

Far from clogging the skin, sugar works well to cleanse completely, so it can reduce any current body acne you may have and also help prevent further breakouts. Sugar moisturizes on its own, but when added with oil or honey to help form a paste, it provides even further moisture and allows your skin to achieve more of its natural balance.

Ready to use Brown Sugar to help your skin? Try Our Brown Sugar & Honey Facial Scrub: 





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