Coffee + Cream Exfoliating Body Soap
Name: Garden Beauty’s Coffee + Cream Exfoliating Body Soap
Description: Coffee + Cream Soap is a wonderful soap composed of coffee powder, organic heavy cream, organic aloe vera, and corn grains, in an all-natural vegetable glycerin soap base with aloe vera, elder, nettle, rosemary, sage, chamomile, eucalyptus, & menthol. It also contains natural coffee extract. It generates lots of cleansing lather to cleanse the body while gently exfoliating dead cells. The coffee grains help to fight cellulite. 100% natural.
Directions: Use as you would any body soap. Wet your body and the soap and cleanse with a wash cloth. Do not use on face.
Main Benefits: Coffee grounds have the same pH balance as skin. Coffee grounds are used to slough away dead skin cells and stimulate circulation and fight cellulite. Coffee neutralizes and absorbs odor, has antioxidant properties, and is healing to the skin. The corn meal grains and cream are suspended in a vegetable glycerin coconut-olive oil soap base with herbal extracts and A, C, and E as preservatives. This soap does not contain detergents, petrochemicals, synthetic or perfume oils.
Ingredients: Coffees (coffea arabica) facilitates weight loss; fights cellulite, contains iodine, rich in iron, and rich in potassium; Cornmeal (zea mays) exfoliates and deodorizes; Heavy Cream (lait) soothing and brightens; Juniper Berry (juniperus communis) an essential oil that fights cellulite, obesity, toxin buildup, gout, and rheumatism; Lemon (citrus limon), fights cellulite, brightens skin, helps with varicose veins, decongests skin, and adds a nice uplifting scent; Epsom salt, ultra (magnesium sulfate), is widely known for its ability to ease stress, relax the body and muscles, eliminate toxins, and helps to prevent hardening of the arteries.
Other Details: Sold in a beautiful paper wrap
100% Organic ingredients used when possible
Warning: Discontinue use if any adverse reactions occur
Do not use if you have injuries or open sores or wounds
Do not use on children