Rosemary Mint Moisturizing Scrub
Use it both ways for the softest skin possible!
1. Daily Shower Moisturizer
2. Weekly Deep Body Scrub
Experience the enriched natural oils of Avocado, Jojoba and Soybean to hydrate even the parched weathered skin. Dead Sea Salts are added to this formula to gently and effectively exfoliate your delicate skin when used with an exfoliating glove. Ginseng Extract and Balm Mint Extract are known for their revitalizing properties while Watercress Extract is known to have a high content of Vitamin A. Rosemary and Spearmint will revive and refresh your skin.
By applying SLS natural salt scrub daily at the end of your shower it will use the amazing botanicals and natural oils to give you an incredible new skin feel. This multi-functional 2 in 1 formula is formulated for even the parched, ruff and weathered skin. With daily use, you will be able to maintain a smooth and healthy glow and allow your sunless tan to last for days longer.
Use Daily– Use SLS Rosemary Mint Moisturizing Scrub daily by gently applying by hand a light coating all over the body, neck, hands and feet without rubbing it in. Rinse salt crystals clear and pat dry. Your skin will be left moisturized and silky smooth.
Use Weekly- With Exfoliating Mitt. Apply by hand a generous amount over areas you wish to provide deep exfoliation. Using an exfoliating mitt and applying pressure in a circular motion to remove dead skin cells on the surface and any residues from past sunless tanning or other residues left behind from soaps, lotions, perfumes. A moisturized new surface will be revealed and ready for your next perfect sunless application.
**VERY IMPORTANT** If you are using the SLS natural salt body scrub for a pre-sunless tan treatment (not daily moisturizing) thoroughly wash with soap and water using a washcloth/loofah AFTER the salt scrub has been rinsed off to prep the skin for optimal sunless color. This should be done the day before your appointment to avoid any oil residue that can act as a barrier to your sunless products.