Crushed cacao nibs gently polish away bumps, flakes, and dullness. We source the highest quality organic and fair trade Ecuadorian cacao, which contains beneficial antioxidants and natural caffeine to reduce redness and promote a soft, glowing complexion.DirectionsApply a generous amount to wet, freshly cleansed face and neck; avoid the eye area. Softly massage scrub across skin until you’ve achieved a light, creamy lather. Rinse thoroughly with warm water.Size1.7 Fl Oz / 50mLSourceMade in USA
- For All, Dry Skin Types
Every ingredient we use is beneficial, here are a few:Vitamin E (Tocopherol)Vitamin E restores and protects from free radical damage.
Complete list of ingredients:Glycerin, Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Extract*, Tocopherol *Organic Ingredient
Natural ingredients may vary in color and consistency
Q. Is it OK to do scrub face everyday?
A. No, it is not recommended to use a facial scrub or exfoliant every day. Over-exfoliating can lead to skin irritation, dryness, and even damage to the skin's barrier.
How often you should exfoliate depends on your skin type and individual needs. For most people, it's generally recommended to exfoliate 1-2 times a week. If you have sensitive skin or are prone to irritation, it's best to exfoliate less frequently, such as once a week or every other week.
It's also important to use a gentle exfoliant that is appropriate for your skin type. Avoid using exfoliants that contain harsh ingredients like large particles, rough textures, or high concentrations of alpha-hydroxy acids (AHAs) or beta-hydroxy acids (BHAs), which can cause irritation.
If you are unsure about how often to exfoliate or which product is best for your skin, it's always a good idea to consult with a dermatologist or skincare professional.
Q. Which is better clay mask or face scrub?
A. Clay masks and facial scrubs are two different types of skincare products that serve different purposes.
Clay masks are designed to deeply cleanse the pores and remove impurities from the skin. They work by drawing out excess oil and dirt from the skin, which can help to prevent acne and other blemishes. Clay masks can also help to minimize the appearance of pores and improve skin texture. They are generally used once or twice a week, depending on your skin type.
Facial scrubs, on the other hand, are designed to exfoliate the skin and remove dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. They can help to smooth and brighten the skin, as well as improve product absorption. Facial scrubs can be used one to two times a week, depending on your skin type.
In terms of which is better, it really depends on your individual skin type and concerns. If you have oily or acne-prone skin, a clay mask may be more beneficial for you, as it can help to draw out impurities and excess oil from the skin. If you have dry or sensitive skin, a facial scrub may be more suitable for you, as it can help to gently exfoliate and improve skin texture without stripping the skin of its natural oils.
Q. Which is better face mask or scrub?
A. Face masks and scrubs serve different purposes, so it's not really a question of which one is better.
Face masks can help to hydrate, brighten, soothe, or detoxify the skin, depending on the ingredients in the mask. They are typically left on the skin for a certain period of time before being rinsed off, and can be used once or twice a week as part of a regular skincare routine.
Face scrubs, on the other hand, are used to exfoliate the skin by removing dead skin cells and unclogging pores. They can help to smooth and soften the skin, and can be used 1-2 times a week, depending on your skin type and needs.
Both face masks and scrubs can be beneficial for maintaining healthy, radiant skin, and the choice between them largely depends on your individual skincare needs and preferences. It's also important to choose products that are appropriate for your skin type and to use them in moderation to avoid irritation or damage to the skin..
Q. Is scrubber good for face?
A. Facial scrubbers can be beneficial for the skin when used properly. Scrubbers, also known as facial cleansing brushes or electronic facial brushes, are designed to gently exfoliate the skin by removing dead skin cells and unclogging pores, leaving the skin looking brighter and smoother.
Using a facial scrubber can be particularly helpful for those with oily or acne-prone skin, as it can help to remove excess oil and prevent clogged pores. However, it's important to use the scrubber with care, as overuse or using too much pressure can lead to skin irritation, redness, and even damage to the skin's barrier.
If you decide to use a facial scrubber, it's important to choose a model that is appropriate for your skin type and to use it in moderation, typically no more than once or twice a week. It's also a good idea to follow the manufacturer's instructions and to replace the brush head regularly to prevent the buildup of bacteria. Finally, be sure to moisturize your skin after using a facial scrubber, as exfoliation can temporarily dry out the skin.
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Doesn’t feel like a scrub
This scrub feels almost identical to the cocoa bean cleanser. It’s supposedly a scrub but barely feels gritty at all, so I’d say they skimped on the cacao nibs (i.e. the exfoliants). On the plus side, unlike the cocoa bean cleanser and mask, it’s not so thick that I have difficulty/impossibility squeezing the product out of the tube. All in all, I’d say I’m rather disappointed with the entire cocoa bean line, in general.
Hi Thuy! Thank you so much for your review— we truly appreciate it! Sorry to hear that the product is not working out for you! We do have a really great return policy. A Customer Service representative will be in touch with you with more details.
Reasons I was disappointed: 1. Not enough cocoa nibs in the formulation to effectively exfoliate 2. The cocoa nibs are large and uneven with sharp edges making it difficult to smooth and rub the product over your face I LOVE the Acai pulp Scrub....waiting for it to be back in stock.
Hi Brenda! Thank you so much for your review— we truly appreciate it! Sorry to hear that the product is not working out for you! We do have a really great return policy. A Customer Service representative will be in touch with you with more details.
Not great, not bad
I was hoping for a little more 'crunch' in this as it doesn't have a lot and isn't the best exfoliating product I've ever used. If you're looking for something pretty mild in terms of an exfoliator you can use frequently, this is probably fine.
Hi Christine! Thank you so much for bringing this to our attention! A Customer Service representative will be in touch with you to further assist you with this!
Good smell, does not actually exfoliate
The idea was good to try the cocoa nibs but they are not small enough to actually exfoliate the skin, or at least not dry flaky skin in the wintertime. I will not be purchasing this again, but continue to use the açaí pulp scrub.
Great for sensitive skin
It does what it says and smells good