Shea Body Scrub

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Best if you want to: Reveal softer, glowing skin with exfoliating salt grains and organic sugar in a moisturizing, oil-based scrub that has a fresh, classic scent.

Best for: very dry skin

How it works:
  • Community Trade shea butter has antioxidant vitamins A and E to help protect and nourish skin.
  • Community Trade organic soy oil is very rich in essential fatty acids that help to repair skin’s
  • moisture barrier, so skin is smooth and supple.
  • Community Trade organic sugar and salt grains gently exfoliate skin.

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    Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 123 reviewers.
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    Rated 4 out of 5 by Greasy residue This left a greasy residue and made my skin very shiny. I love TBS products but I will stay away from this one. Recommended for very very dry skin. Would recommend for winter weather. November 10, 2011
    Rated 3 out of 5 by Ehh I bought this product because of all the good reviews it got and was excited to use it. The first time, I didn't see a difference. I used it a second time to give it a benefit of the doubt, but was still disappointed with this scrub. It didn't really do anything and I'm going to see if I can return or exchange it. Although, I did like that it had a lot of grainy suds and the smell, but that's about it. June 26, 2011
    Rated 5 out of 5 by My favorite scrub! My first love in bath scrubs was with a delightfully scented sugar scrub from another retailer. It was love at first use, but I always hated how oily the product was. Thus I started seeing other scrubs. And what I love about Body Shop scrubs is that even though they contain oil, the scrubby bits don't sit at the bottom of a pool of the stuff. They never leave me feeling oily before rinsing off in the shower. And the Shea scrub is by far my favorite. Leaves me feeling silky soft with a wonderful light fragrance that's not quite sweet and not quite nutty. It's even nice just to do a brief hand scrub after a long day of work. Can't get enough of the stuff! February 14, 2012
    Rated 5 out of 5 by Shea Body Scrub my daughter in law bought me this beautiful Shea Body Scrub as a gift. I just love it, I love the smell, the texture, the results. November 3, 2015
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    • Cane Sugar

      We source our Community Fair Trade cane sugar from the Montillo Cooperative in Paraguay. The Montillo Cooperative was formed in 1995 by 37 small-scale farmers, in a region known as the world’s “Cradle of Organic Sugar”. They became Fair Trade-certified in 1998, and have now grown to 385 members. Our trade helps them gain technical assistance and better trading conditions for their produce, improving production, and access credit. Learn More →

    • Shea Butter

      Our Community Fair Trade shea butter is sourced from northern Ghana, where it has been used for centuries to protect skin from harsh Saharan winds. We work with The Tungteiya Women’s Shea Butter Association to produce the rich shea butter we use in our products. The Body Shop provides the 528 women of the Association with a fair wage, and also pays a premium for the women to invest in community projects. Anita Roddick placed our first order in 1994 after an earlier visit to Ghana where she discovered the natural moisturizing properties of shea butter and the amazing women who produced it. Learn More →

    • Soya Oil

      We source our Community Fair Trade organic soya oil from Gebana Brazil. Gebana produces soya oil from GM-free, organically grown soya beans cultivated in the hinterlands of the Iguazu River. Gebana comprises around 350 families, mostly smallholder farmers. We have been working with them since 2006, because Gebana differs from much of the soya farming industry, which is one of the major contributors to deforestation in Brazil, by promoting sustainable farming methods and organic produce. Learn More →

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  • IngredientsShow

    Full Ingredients

    Octyl Palmitate, Sodium Chloride, Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Seed Oil, Sucrose, Silica, Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter), Fragrance, Phenoxyethanol, Ricinus Communis (Castor Seed) Oil, Tocopherol, Linalool, Coumarin, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Limonene, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Propylparaben, Rosmarinus Officinalis (Rosemary) Extract, Citronellol, Citral, Geraniol, Eugenol, Titanium Dioxide.

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  • How To Use?Show

    Massage in circular movements over your body while in the bath or shower to help remove dead skin cells and boost circulation.

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    Ground $5.95 Standard Shipping - FREE on all orders over $50. Place your order by 3 PM Eastern Time and you'll receive your order within 7 business days. This option is not available for orders shipping to Alaska and Hawaii.
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  • about productShow

    The Body Shop® difference: The organic sugar in our Shea Body Scrub is supplied by our Community Trade partner, Cooperative Montillo, in Paraguay, a country where 60% of the population lives in poverty. In the region where sugar is grown, there are few paved road roads, poor telecommunications and limited medical assistance. By having access to a stable, reliable market for their sugar cane, the farmers are helping to strengthen and develop the local economy and create vital employment. This means people can remain in the community, rather than having to move away to find work.

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  • tipsShow

    • Use two or three times per week for maximum effect. Regular exfoliating and massaging can help tone and firm the skin. When dry, moisturize with Shea Body Butter or Body Lotion.

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