How often should I use the Invigorating Body Scrub?
We would recommend using the scrub up to 3 times per week.
Should I use it on wet or dry skin?
We recommend using our scrub on damp skin.
Do I need to moisturise after using the body scrub?
Yes, you can, but our Invigorating Body Scrub contains various hydrating and nourishing oils such as coconut and almond oil. These will keep your skin feeling really moisturised for hours after exfoliating.
Can the scrub remove unwanted fake tan?
Yes, it’s brilliant at removing any unwanted fake tan before your next application. The rule is the same as with our Vitamin-Rich Sweet Glow Face Scrub, be gentle with the pressure on your skin. The scrub and oil will do all the hard work.
Can I use this on my face?
We recommend using our Vitamin-Rich Sweet Glow Face Scrub with its finer exfoliating particles for your face, rather than this Body Scrub which could be too harsh for the skin on your face.
Does it contain nuts?
Yes, this contains almond oil and is not suitable for those with nut allergies
Should I use this before or after the shower?
Use before you shower then wash off in the shower.
What are the benefits of using a body scrub?
Exfoliating the skin in this way sweeps away dry and dead skin cells to reveal softer, smoother skin. Enriched with coconut oil, our Invigorating Body Scrub will hydrate and moisturise skin while the luxurious essential oils calm and uplift the mind and senses to help reduce feelings of stress.
When should I do a patch test?
When using any new product we recommend doing a patch test first. See here for how to patch test.
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About Lucy Bee
Lucy Bee is a lifestyle brand selling food, skincare and soap products all completely free from palm oil and with minimal use of plastic. Lucy Bee is concerned with Fair Trade, organic, ethical and sustainable living, recycling and empowering people to make informed choices and select quality, natural products for their food and their skin.
Any information provided by us is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent disease. We always recommend referring your health queries to a qualified medical practitioner.