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These little sugar scrubs in cube form are not only cute but
practical, for a couple of reasons:

To begin, they are single use to avoid contamination that
can occur in regular sugar scrubs.  They
also contain soap so they won’t create the mess that our regular sugar scrubs
do. (Although we love our regular scrubs, we are aware of their pros and cons)

Secondly, Stripped Shower Scrubs = No Bacteria

Water used in skincare products makes them much more prone
to microbial growth.  If you aren’t
recapping your scrubs and taking good care of them, you could be unwittingly
creating your kid’s next science experiment.
From experience, we know that it can be a little frustrating trying to
keep water from getting into the container when you’re using scrubs in the
shower (especially when dipping wet fingers into the scrub).

By using a Stripped Shower Scrub, only what is needed for
one use is brought in the shower, and the rest of the cubes stay dry and ready
for use.

Next, Stripped Shower Scrubs
= Less Oil Buildup

Unlike most sugar scrubs, these cubes contain soap. This
serves two purposes.  First, it helps
avoid oil buildup in your shower, tub and drainpipes and also avoids buildup on
the skin for people who are sensitive to oils.

Lastly, Stripped Shower Scrubs  = Just Plain Cool!

While your friends are fumbling around with their store
bought scrubs containing all manner of filler ingredients, you get an
all-natural, organic and amazingly great smelling scrub all to yourself and get
to be the envy of every exfoliation conversation!

HOW TO USE: These scrub cubes can be used on the body and
feet.  We do not recommend using them on
the face.

Avoid use if you have sensitive skin or skin conditions such
as eczema (unless specifically noted for use), and avoid use on wounds, cuts,
abrasions or damaged skin.

Use one cube per exfoliating session. Bring one cube into
the shower with you. Allow it to get wet, and massage the cube into a soft
workable, exfoliating paste in the palm of your hand. As you begin, you may
find it easier to break the cube in half or into quarters and work with the
smaller portion on one region of the body and then repeat.

Scrub gently in a slow, circular motion. Do not grind the
scrub into your skin.