Gingerbread Scrub is made from all-natural, organic, vegan, Ayurvedic ingredients that smell so wonderful and work even better to give you soft, moisturized skin during the harsh winter months. I think you'll love it! The Gingerbread Youngering Scrub has so many beneficial ingredients and will warm your skin and keep you feeling inspired and glowing throughout the holidays!
Gingerbread Scrub Ingredients
Containing glycolic acid, a natural alpha hydroxy acid (AHA), cane sugar works to slough off dead skin cells and make way for healthier, glowing skin to show through. Glycolic acid is the smallest hydroxyl acid molecule, so can penetrate the deepest and fastest.
Blackstrap molasses contain lactic acid which can naturally mend acne. It also accelerates the restoration process of the body which aids in clear skin. Blackstrap molasses contains nutrients such as iron, calcium, magnesium, and potassium that aid in the mending of facial wrinkles and age spots.
Thanks to Vitamin E, sweet almond oil keeps your skin cells healthy, protects your skin from UV radiation damage, and helps your skin look smooth, soft, and free of fine lines. The fatty acids help your skin retain moisture and can mend chapped and irritated skin. Plus, vitamin A can help reduce acne. It also delays general signs of ageing as it supports to renew the cells of your facial skin.
One of the omega-6 fatty acids that hemp oil contains is gamma-linolenic acid (GLA), which acts as a powerful anti-inflammatory while simultaneously encouraging skin growth and new cell generation. In addition to moisturizing and soothing the skin, hemp oil has anti-aging properties. Hemp oil can help reduce fine lines and wrinkles as well as prevent signs of aging from developing. The linoleic acid and oleic acids found in hemp oil can’t be produced by the body but can play a crucial role in skin health and anti-aging, so they’re important nutrients for the skin.
Its anti-inflammatory properties can reduce pain, swelling, and soreness of wounds or injuries.
Aloe Vera supports the production and release of collagen. It can speed up wound mending time and limits scarring. It has an antioxidant effect that can help repair sun damage and slow down the aging process of the skin. Fresh aloe contains 98% water, which helps moisturize, soothe, and hydrate the skin, making it it more flexible and supple, rather than stiff and leathery. It also reduces redness, allowing more clear and evenly toned skin.
The leaves of this flowering evergreen tree have been used for centuries in traditional Asian medicine as a natural antibacterial that calms skin and soothes inflammation. The leaves are naturally abundant in bioflavonoids, which are antioxidants known to protect cells and molecules from damage and signs of ageing. Neem can also clear away acne and blackheads, as well as reduce scarring and balance your skin’s tone.
Ginger is packed with more than 40 antioxidants that are said to fight the telltale signs of ageing. Not only does ginger help your skin by flushing out toxins, it also encourages blood circulation. Other benefits include reducing the damage that is caused thanks to free radicals and making the skin more taut.
Cinnamon contains antiseptic properties which makes it an excellent ingredient in the mending of acne, pimples and blackheads. Cinnamon is very beneficial when it comes to fine lines. It helps in stimulating the blood vessels and bring blood to the skin surface. Better blood flow creates better, clearer, healthier looking and feeling skin.
Cloves help in reducing the sagginess of the skin and prevents the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is a powerful anti-aging ingredient used in most cosmetics. It removes the dead skin cells and helps in blood circulation, which indirectly or directly ensures a youthful and radiant looking skin.
One of the most amazing benefits of nutmeg is that it has the ability to even out discolouration and pigmentation on your face. Dark spots, pigmentation and freckles appear due to excessive exposure to the ultra-violet rays of the sun, hormonal changes, progressing age, side-effects of medications or a certain skin condition.