SUGAR AND SPICE MAKES EVERY SKIN NICE

SUGAR AND SPICE MAKES EVERY SKIN NICE

The manufacturing of sugar crystals from sugar cane juice was discovered in India over two thousand years ago and throughout the medieval ages sugar was very expensive and considered a “fine spice.” Fortunately for us, technological advances in the 1500s allowed sugar to be manufactured much more cheaply. And you might not be aware of it, but sugar is good for you (at least on the outside).

It’s true, sugar is not good for your waistline, but it sure is great for your skin. There are three things that sugar does that make it a perfect addition to your skincare routine, especially in the form of a sugar scrub.

Sugar is an exfoliant and helps slough dead surface cells away from the smooth healthy ones underneath. It is less rough on the skin than salt (with which most scrubs are made) and brown sugar is even more gentle than regular granulated sugar.
Sugar is a natural glycolic acid which breaks down the lipid binding that holds the dead skin cells together. This aids in exfoliation.   Sugar is also a humectant, so it draws moisture from the environment to your skin and helps to moisturize it.

Pangea Organics’ Brazilian Brown Sugar with Cocoa Butter Body Polish is made with brown sugar so as to treat your skin sweet and gentle. Throughout the month of DECEMBER it is 20% OFF. So treat your skin to something nice.

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Apply to skin with massaging motion to exfoliate and hydrate. Rinse and enjoy the smooth, dewy skin newly revealed. Not for use on the face.

Order here & get a free sample sent from me to you

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