Scrubs usually consist of something “scratchy” and something “oily.” The “scratchy” element serves to exfoliate. Then the “oily” element soaks into the newly exfoliated skin and nourishes and softens it. Salt crystals are pointier than sugar crystals and thus will be rougher on your skin. Salt scrubs are not recommended for use on the face, on broken skin or after shaving. Sugar scrubs are gentler to your skin, can be used on broken skin and, depending on the tenderness of your skin, most sugar scrubs can be gently used on the face.


white sugar, cranberry butter blend, jojoba butter blend, fractionated coconut oil, emulsifying wax, poppy seeds, jojoba meal, *fragrance oil, vitamin e, germall plus (preservative)


Massage a teaspoon of scrub onto your skin in a circular motion. Rinse off butter until the sugar is gone. Pat dry and massage the remaining oil into your skin. If using on your face, avoid the eye area and massage gently.

Keep product out of heat and direct sunlight. Use caution as tub or shower may be slippery. Once a week should be often enough to keep your skin feeling soft.

2 reviews for Cashmere & Pear Sugar Scrub

  1. Jocelyn Aldmon

    This is one of my favorite products! Great exfoliant but also a wonderful moisturizer. The scent is delightful but not overpowering.

  2. Melanae Clark

    The Sugar Scrub is so moisturizing! My skin feels renewed afterwards. The scent of the Cashmere & Pear Scrub is light and refreshing. One of my favorite things that makes this stand out from other body polishes and sugar scrubs I have used is the fact that the product doesn’t leave a oily slick layer on the floor of the shower! It rinses clean.

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