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Buff Ryder Exfoliating Body Scrub
Fill weight: 170 g / 6 oz.
A gentle, tropical-inspired body scrub with sugar, salt, super-fine sand, and nourishing oils that soften skin, leaving you smooth and polished.
Exfoliants (Sugar, Seas Salt, Superfine sand, Avocado powder) - Polish and smooth skin
Pomegranate, Papaya, and Pineapple Enzymes - Exfoliate and help renew skin
Coconut Oil - Hydrates, softens, and infuses skin with fatty acids
Shea Butter - Derived from the nut of the West African shea tree, it helps to deeply condition and maintain the moisture barrier
Barbados Cherry - Conditions and softens
How to Use
-Massage into wet skin in the shower.
-Follow with Butta Drop Whipped Oil Body Cream (sold separately).
-This product comes in streamlined packaging for less waste (no outer box or shrink-wrap).
-The tube is made with 14 percent PCR (post-consumer recycled material) and is recyclable depending on your region; check your local guidelines.
-When your tube is empty, cut it open, scoop out the last of the scrub, and then rinse the tube.
-Separate the cap and the tube and recycle both.
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