Sunday, February 10, 2019

Tree Hut Sugar Scrub & Review


I was lucky enough to get  to try this sugar scrub, sent to me by the company!

At Tree Hut, we aim to balance the right ingredients for the right results-for delicious products that deliver.  Tree Hut has a deep-rooted belief system.  We believe in the power of natural ingredients.  We believe in the comfort of an amazing fragrance.  We believe there's always time for a little pampering.  We believe in loving your skin-and loving it even more after using Tree Hut.  And we believer it's not about creating your beauty-but revealing it.

Bed Bath and Beyond:
You can also find at your local Walmart and Walgreens

    Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub Pear & Chia Seed
    Enjoy this gentle exfoliator, the Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub with the amazing scent of Pear & Chia Seed. Tree Hut Sugar Scrubs are infused with Certified Shea Butter, and an array of natural oils, including Evening Primrose, Safflower Seed, Sweet Almond, Avocado, and Orange Oil. This scrub provides intense exfoliation AND moisturization, leaving your feeling soft and smooth while providing powerful hydration.

  • 100% PURE NATURAL SHEA BUTTER – Premium deep moisturizer that wonderfully softens and smooths dry cracked skin. 
  • SAFFLOWER SEED OIL – Infused with this amazing skin conditioner found in safflower seeds that prevents dryness and provides your skin a refined healthy glow. 
  • PEAR EXTRACT AND CHIA SEED – Quality moisturizers that softens and smooths skin with the ideal fragrance for the senses. 
  • PARABEN FREE – Absolutely no parabens or formaldehyde donors! Free of harmful chemicals for healthy skincare. 
  • MADE IN THE USA – Proudly made in America by a world class professional cosmetics team in an American beauty lab.

Loved using this
The smell is not strong, so its not overwhelming.  And once out of the shower, you can still use your regular lotion and the scents will not be crazy.
My skin is soft.  This jar will last awhile for me.  
I started off using every day for a couple days, then skipping a day or two in between uses.  Now I use about once a week.

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