Body Scrub - Lemongrass
UpCircle went one step further in terms of sustainability and circular economy to bring you this not only natural, but fully sustainable body scrub made with repurposed coffee grounds from artisan coffee shops. This model with lemongrass will leave your skin fresh and smooth, while rubbing away any dead skin. The glass jar contains 220ml of product.
Coffea Arabica Seed Powder, Sucrose, Sodium Chloride, Shea Butter, Coconut Fruit Oil, Lime Peel Oil, Lemongrass Leaf Oil, Coconut Fruit Extract, Benzyl Alcohol, Dehydroacetic Acid, Benzoic Acid, Sorbic Acid, Limonene, Linalool, Citronellol, Geraniol and Citral.
Damp your skin while in the shower or bath and apply with circular motions the scrub to the body. Leave it for a moment and then rinse if off with luke warm water.
You can use this body scrub up to three times a week.
All the products from UpCircle are an alternative to scrubs, creams, toners, and in general all beauty products from other beauty and cosmetic brands that have no sustainability commitments, test on animals, are made with animal products and have low percentages of natural ingredients. UpCircle not only makes amazing products for your skin but ensure that all their products and their brand is natural, sustainable, vegan and cruelty free.
This particular body scrub comes into the new packaging UpCircle format for scrub, a big 220ml jar. The jar is made of recyclable glass and recyclable aluminium lid. All comes into a recyclable paper box.
UpCircle went one step further in terms of sustainability and circular economy. Not only they use natural ingredients and pack them in fully recyclable packaging but they reuse, repurpose and bring to you made with love cosmetics that will make your skin feel refreshed, smooth and soft. All while supporting a sustainable world and building the sustainable beauty industry.
Since the jar is so big, we strongly recommend you to give it a second life once you've finished its content. If you still want to get rid of it, remember to recycle the glass and its lid into the green and yellow bins respectively.