Hello Brooklyn Botany Readers!
New scrub! Just in!
The Lavender Body Scrub has a minimal amount of ingredients to keep you as natural as possible. It is the newest product, and it is one of the most relaxing scrubs.
With only a maximum of 7 ingredients, this Brooklyn Botany Break-Down can be kept simple. This is exactly what we want to put on our bodies, real and good. Natural, cruelty free ingredients that will keep your skin wanting more.
This is salt from the Dead Sea, which is the basis of BB Body Scrubs. This ingredient does wonders. (Almost like magic!) This salt removes the dry skin. This will make your skin look and feel healthier. It rubs away the worries and mixed with lavender oil, will renew both your body and mind.
Shea butter is also known as Butyrospermum Parkii (try pronouncing that one). Shea butter is a fantastic way to hydrate the skin. This ingredient is usually found in moisturizers, because it helps the skin stay looking fresh and young. However, by adding this into a body scrub, you can leave the shower ready for the rest of the day or to fall directly into bed. You won’t need a moisturizer, but you have to try it to see.
This one comes with a fancy name, too! Lavandula Angustifolia oil, this helps reduce wrinkles and acne or acne scars. Not only for acne prone skin, it also helps, mixed with the maris sal, hydrate the skin.
Lavender oil, often used for aromatherapy, helps the mind just as much as the body. This is the ultimate relaxation technique. Infuse oils into the shower or bath, and apply directly on the skin in the form of the BB Lavender Scrub.
Now, we have received the messages about wanting a bigger bottle. You asked for it and it was delivered: The new Lavender scrub is available in 20 ounces instead of the regular 10. A bigger container means more scrubbin’ and more lovin’ You can thank me later!
P.S. Find the rest of the ingredients on Brooklynbotany.com.
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