The cold weather has finally settled down for its long winters nap here in The Windy City and has been nice enough to bring a welcoming gift of dry-skin. Not the nicest of gifts, but it’s here to stay for the next few months and we just have to accept it.
Over the past few weeks I have cranked up the humidifier and lathered on the lotions, but still I’m itching myself raw. This was all until Santa delivered the most amazing sugar scrub in my stocking. Tree Hut Shea Sugar Body Scrub in Brazilian Nut (say that ten times fast!). I tried it out while in the shower the other night and I am hooked. It left my skin soft, smooth and noticeably moisturized. Now, every night, I pamper myself with this gentle exfoliation that smells so rich and sweet that you have to convince yourself not to actually taste it yourself.
This sugar scrub is made up of Brazilian nut oil. An exciting benefit to this specific nut oil is that it helps aging and dry skin. It has natural vitamins that help retain your skins natural oils to keep you looking young and of course from itching like crazy in the checkout line at the grocery store (not that I’m speaking from personal experience or anything).
Here are a few fun facts of the beneficial ingredients I grabbed from Tree Huts website:
- Certified Organic Shea Butter: skin repairing & moisturizing, anti-aging, promotes elasticity
- Brazil Nut Oil: deep moisturizer with vitamins A, C and E
- Safflower Seed Oil: deep moisturizer
- Evening Primrose Oil: rejuvenating and anti-aging agent
- Avocado Oil: reduce sun damage/age spots, hydrates
Tree Hut also offers us with a few other scents that will leave you looking refreshed and smelling super yummy:
Shea Sugar Body Scrubs shown clockwise: Coconut Lime, Brazilian Nut, Hawaiian Kukui and Original. Not shown is Almond Honey, which is one I hope to try out next.
Tree Hut was even nice enough to create a list of retailers near you, click here for locations to purchase these scrumptious body scrubs, body butters, lotions and shower washes.
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