Honey & Grits Hydrating Scrub for Face, Body, & Feet

Honey & Grits Hydrating Scrub for Face, Body, & Feet

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A simple and highly moisturizing exfoliating scrub for face and body. Gently removes dry dull skin, leaving plush hydration in its wake.

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A rough grit exfoliator that awakens skin, removes dry rough skin, and cleans deep in pores. Perfect for head to toe soft skin. It’s extremely effective at removing that dull top layer of skin to leave you soft and clean. Perfect for face, hands, feet, body.


Exfoliating helps increase blood flow alone, while the caffeine will help reduce redness, inflammation, under eye bags, and help tighten skin.



  • Works incredibly well for dry, or dull & oily skin

  • Grit level – Coarse 10/10

  • Ingredients: Honey, grits, grapeseed oil, polysorbate 80, Otiphen ND [organic preservative] (Phenoxyethanol, Benzoic Acid, Dehydroacetic Acid)Rinses clean from your shower

  • 100% biodegradable, vegan, natural, & organic

  • Rinses clean from your shower

  • Won't spoil if you get it wet

  • Unscented


How it works:

The grits work as a natural exfoliant to slough off dry skin. As you scrub, the grits will melt some leaving conditioning proteins. The grapeseed oil will provide fatty acids, anti-microbial properties, reduce anti-inflammation, clean the skin and help even skin tones. The honey is antibacterial, full of antioxidants, extremely moisturizing and helps create a glow.



Get your skin wet with warm water. Get about 1 teaspoon to 1 tablespoon of scrub and splash it with warm water. Apply directly to area. Rub into your skin gently, letting the scrub do the work. Once you're done, let it sit for a few minutes then rinse. The sitting isn't necessary but it will allow for greater nutrient transmission. Follow with Anti-Aging Face Oil or one of my amazing butters.


Why exfoliate?

Have you ever taken a really good shower, gotten out, and felt amazingly clean only to rub your hand over your leg or arm and realize, "holy crap, I'm still dirty." That is a sign you need to exfoliate. That's a sign your outermost layer of skin is not releasing itself the way it should be. This isn't something wrong with you in fact it's very common. Even children have this issue.

 When we create new layers of skin underneath our topmost layer, the outer layer skin is supposed to slowly "rough" off. Sometimes that doesn't happen, though. Sometimes, you'll notice patches of old skin that you need to pull. Sometimes, you'll notice really thick rough patches, maybe on your hands or feet. You may also notice changes in complexion like on the back of your neck, elbow or knee. All of these are signs of compacted dead skin. Exfoliation helps keep all that in check.