Face Scrub, Just the Goods
For those who prefer to exfoliate as separate step in their routine, here is a facial scrub for most skin types. Organic oats, ground adzuki beans, rice bran, and jojoba beads lift dead, dull skin cells and deliver a satisfying polish through four different textures while bentonite clay draws impurities away from the skin for a deeper clean. Use as daily, weekly, or monthly as desired and/or required. Not recommended for sensitive skin.
Just the Goods is thrilled to offer a stand-alone facial scrub for sensitive skin. Organic oats gently lift dead, dull skin cells while kaolin clay draws impurities away from the skin. Use as daily, weekly, or monthly as desired and/or required.
Most Skin Types: oryza sativa (rice/riz) bran, avena sativa (oat/farine d’avoine) kernel flour, phaseolus angularis (adzuki) bean powder, simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) esters, calcium bentonite clay/argile de bentonite de calcium
Sensitive Skin: organic avena sativa (oat/farine d’avoine) kernel flour, kaolin clay/argile kaolin
Wet face and hands; apply scrub to face in gentle circular motions avoiding eyes; rinse well, pat dry and moisturize as desired
Pro Tips: To enhance this product for dry skin, blend a small amount of scrub with rose water in a bowl to desired consistency before applying it to your face. To enhance this product for oily/combination skin or acne prone skin, add lavender water instead.
This product must be kept dry between uses. Please do not allow water/humidity/steam to enter the jar. For example, please do not scoop into the jar using wet fingers, or use/store this product in the shower, as that will mold.
When kept in a cool, dry place this product can last as long as 12 months (although 6 months is recommended as a precaution).
Please be sure to keep it dry as written in the storage instructions on the jar, and on the product care information card provided with every order of Just the Goods products.
A helpful tip is to use this product at a sink rather than in the shower. Shake the scrub into your hand rather than scooping into it with wet fingers. Alternative, use a clean, dry spoon. Remember to seal the lid of the jar firmly between uses.