5 Natural Body Scrubs That'll Have Your Melanin Poppin'

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Summer is almost over and we're all about keeping that summertime glow throughout the rest of the year.


Aside from your daily wash routine and water intake, there is one more way to keep your skin flawlessly glowing: scrubs. We all know the importance of exfoliating our face, but do you have a routine for your body as well?

Body scrubs are a good way to remove dead skin, increase blood circulation, and help obtain healthy glowing skin. While there are many body scrubs available, natural scrubs are the best way to go. Although our skin is there to protect us, we need to make sure we're using the right products to promote skin health. Here are five natural body scrubs that will help improve your skin.

Urban Hydration Lemongrass & Rosehip Oil Body Scrub

Urban Hydrations Lemongrass and Rosehip Oil Body Scrub helps promote circulation, moisture retention, and cellular regeneration. This scrub is free of parabens and paraffin and contains natural ingredients like Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Rosehip, and Lemongrass Oil. The active ingredients — Lemongrass and Rosehip — help prevent harmful substances, oil, and dirt from the skin, which keeps your skin free of impurities.

Do you have a favorite body scrub that you'd like to recommend? Share with us in the comments down below!

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