Don't you just love how your skin feels after you've just exfoliated?
There are so many benefits to adding a weekly exfoliation into your skin care routine.
It can help to unclog your pores, even out your skin tone, prevent acne and boost circulation all the while leaving you with super soft skin and a natural glow!
This is exactly why we have been loving using the Botany Essentials Silk and Smooth exfoliant which features in our Summer Box.
So who are Botany Essentials?
Botany Essentials are a Melbourne based brand that began in 1997 and they have decades of experience developing premium natural skin care products that incorporate potent plant actives, just like their exfoliant.
When you pick up one of their products it's easy to be blown away by the list of ingredients because every one serves a function that contributes to providing full body optimal skin care.
How to use your exfoliant
So, you may be wondering about why we're so excited over this Silk and Smooth exfoliant?
You'll understand from the moment you unscrew the lid, trust us on this one!
This refreshing and invigorating pine and coconut face and body scrub not only smells amazing, but it gently and effectively exfoliates and cleanses the skin while being suitable for all skin types.
Upon opening the jar you may be confused by the contents inside, but remember this isn't your every day exfoliant, it's a dry exfoliant!
Using your exfoliant is simple, just follow these three steps:
1. Moisten your face and body in the bath or shower.
2. Using 1 to 2 teaspoons, rub your palms together to form a gentle lather.
3. Massage into your face or body using light circular motions. Once you're done, rinse off well and dry with a soft dry towel.
Your skin will be left skin feeling smooth, clean and soft with no harsh chemicals.
If you would like to learn a little more about Botany Essentials https://botanyessentials.com.au/ and for an exclusive RY discount use botany25 at the checkout to receive 25% off all retail size face care. (Expiration 30/06/2020)
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