Tea Tree Facial Nut Scrub
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People with acne-prone and/or oily skin go nuts for this super active exfoliator! While this natural, handmade, whipped soap takes dry and overworked skin on a journey of opulence and bliss, the twice-ground-up walnut nut shells get down to the nitty-gritty to deep clean those clog pores and dethrone impurities. What’s left behind is a happier, brighter, fresher and glowing version of you!
Like all Batty’s Bath products, the Tea Tree Facial Nut Scrub contains NO harsh chemicals or ingredients. This cleanser is free of parabens or propylene-glycol to ensure that it’s mild enough for your delicate skin and the environment.
AND if that wasn’t enough, its added organic tea tree oil is a triple-threat for bacteria, fungi and viruses. The Terpinen-4-ol found in tea tree oil is a completely natural antimicrobial fighter that won’t strip your skin of its natural oils. With regular use, this scrub can help reduce the number of bacterial breakouts in acne sufferers and restore balance to over-productive, oily skin.
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In a nutshell:
- 100% natural
- Cleanses while it exfoliates
- Pure, ground, nut shells slough off pore-clogging dead skin cells
- Made with natural whipped soap
- Inhibits acne-causing bacteria with organic tea tree oil
- Gives your skin a deep, antimicrobial, cleanse
- Mild cleanser that doesn’t strip skin of its natural oils
- Brightens dull or congested skin
- Reduces the potential for clogged pores
- Recommended for those who have normal to oily skin
A Note about Cystic Acne & Scrubs
Although the Tea Tree Nut Scrub has wonderful acne-fighting power, it is NOT suitable for all skin types. If you suffer from cystic acne (we’re talking about those extremely inflamed, sore to touch and bright red in colour kind of breakouts) OR you currently have active breakouts (pimples that are still in their "active" stage rather than spots that are no longer actively growing/healing), this cleanser will be too abrasive for your skin. We don’t want to see you too add to your already highly reactive and painful skin.
This scrub is better suited to those who have skin that can handle a buffing and polishing type of scrub - generally, those who see the best results from this scrub includes those who have oily and/or thick skin that's not easily irritated or upset. If you'd classify your skin as "reactive", a nut scrub isn't for you.
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- Give that beautiful face of yours a splash of lukewarm water. The point is to open your pores, without drying it out by using overly hot water.
- Scoop out a nickel-sized amount of your Tea Tree Facial Nut Scrub. A little goes a long way!
- Apply to your face using a small, gentle, circular motion with your fingers. Remember that this cleanser is a powerhouse already; there’s no need to use a heavy hand!
- Be sure to give a little extra attention to the areas where you notice blackheads like to set-up camp.
- Now that the cleanser has done its duty and brought all those impurities to the surface, rinse your face with luke-warm water.
We recommend using the scrub once a day, either as a part of your morning or evening skincare routine. Avoid scrubbing this product on and around your eyes; it’s too abrasive for the skin around those delicate peepers of yours.
This product is also a must-have for use after any of Batty’s clay masks, as it will slough away any impurities the masks bring to the skin’s surface.
Tea Tree Oil: This essential oil is native to Australia and is best known for the disinfecting properties in natural skin care products. Stopping acne-causing bacteria in its tracks, Tea Tree Essential Oil is an effective antibacterial ingredient. It also contains anti-inflammatory properties helping to sooth breakouts and other skin conditions like eczema and dermatitis, all while encouraging a speedy healing process for small wounds and breakouts.
Ground Nut Shell: Extra finely ground nut shells make great exfoliants for the skin. We only use nut shells that have been "twice ground" - meaning they have been broken down more than the typical ground nut shells you'll find in other beauty products. Since this is a facial scrub, we take extra care to make sure the nut shells we include have been ground to the point where they are still an effective exfoliant but are just shy of being ground down into a fine powder. We also take care to include enough to give the skin a rejuvenating polish but not so much that they get in the way of being able to gently glide the product over the skin so the gentle cleansing whipped soap can work its magic.
Olive Oil: Many people know of the benefits of cooking with this oil, but it benefits for the skin are just as amazing. Referred to as 'liquid gold' in ancient times, this ultra-moisturizing oil penetrates the skin to deliver moisture where it's needed most without leaving you feeling sticky or greasy. It's also rich in antioxidants which makes it popular in anti-aging products. Of particular interest is the vitamin E levels that can be found in olive oil, which tackles inflammation that can lead to acne breakouts, eczema, and psoriasis.
Castor Oil: This oil is extracted from the castor bean found predominately in Africa and India. It is easily absorbed by the skin, which is why it’s a popular ingredient in natural skin care. Castor oil delivers major anti-inflammatory relief for those who suffer from breakouts and other skin conditions caused by inflammation. It also contains high quantities of ricinoleic acid, which is a known as acne bacteria fighter.
Full ingredients listPurified Water, Organic Olive Oil (saponified), Organic Castor Oil (saponified), Organic Tea Tree Essential Oil, Ground Walnut + Apricot Shells, Stearic Acid (natural, plant-based fatty acid), Vegetable Glycerin
- Size: 100 g / 3.5 oz
- Packaged in a glass jar
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