Shea Butter-Mineral Salt

Body Scrub


Regular price $70.00

ISUN’s rich moisturizing body scrub base is a balmy blend of unrefined shea butter from Ghana, Africa and shea oil with purifying essential oils of lavender, rosemary and peppermint. Fine mineral salt is diffused throughout the buttery base and helps smooth and refine the skin’s appearance and texture. Our luxurious shea butter body scrub leaves a soft, subtle layer of moisture on your skin and a glowing luster.

Key Ingredients

Ghana Shea butter, Shea oil, Mineral salt, Lavender oil, Rosemary oil, Peppermint oil.

Complete Ingredients

Butyrospermum parkii (shea) oil*; sodium chloride (dendritic salt); Lavandula angustifolia (lavender) oil*; Rosmarinus officinalis (rosemary) leaf oil; Mentha piperita (peppermint) oil

How To Use

Gently scrub on damp skin or use in the shower or bath. For a lighter scrubbing sensation, blend with the Soothing Silk Cleanser. Rinse.
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"With eco conscious ethics, integrity packaging and fair trade ingredients, ISUN isn’t simply just another line of products, it’s a way of life. Treat the world better, treat your skin better. Period. Sustainable beauty."

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Shea Butter-Mineral Salt

Regular price $70.00

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