sweet orange natural facial scrub

Sweet Orange Facial Scrub 50ml


Are you feeling dry and dull? No, it’s not your personality, it’s your face. Solve this awkward facial difficulty with this gently exfoliating and moisturising facial scrub. Scrub away your negative self-image as well as your spots! It smells so good you’ll want to eat it, and with all-natural ingredients including Fairtrade brown sugar to buff you up to a healthy shine, along with almond and mango butter for your parched skin to drink deep, you probably could. …but don’t actually eat it, obviously.



Packed with exfoliating power to help keep your skin smooth, soft and glowing radiantly. No, it’s not radioactive…I may need to work on my beauty descriptions. This scrub will leave you with a warming feeling of being scrubbed clean and fresh. All glow comes from your inner loveliness aided by your fab natural, plastic-free skincare routine.



This scrub in a 50ml tin contains sweet orange and geranium essential oils, which are used because of their anti-inflammatory and antiseptic properties, which is just what you want to soothe your skin and help tackle any spotty spots. These essential oils can encourage your skin to shed dead skin cells and promotes collagen, a vital natural component of your skin tissue that helps with wound healing and skin elasticity. Myrrh is used in this formula too, this essential oil has a long history of use in skin creams, and has some fantastic skin loving properties which has made it a hit throughout the ages!

Instructions for use: ‘Apply to the face in circular motions. Remove with damp cotton flannel. Do not use around the eyes or on broken or irritated skin. Use 2-3 times a week for best results.’

  • Facial scrubs, which may no longer have microbeads in them, (thanks to the microbead ban!) but often still come packaged in plastic and have ingredients which aren’t the best to swoosh down the drain.


    Can you believe we used to wash plastic down the drain and into our rivers and seas? It’s astounding that it was allowed to continue for so long… But wait, it’s not just microbeads, many microplastics still exist within personal care products as they are too small to be labelled a microbead and so escape the ban. Find out more info here.


    We still have a long way to go to be sure that plastics from bathroom products aren’t invading our waterways. Microbeads may be out, but the packaging of many of your favourite cosmetics/toiletries’ brands are still decidedly plastic, and often non-recyclable even in this day and age.