Moringa Body Scrub
FOR DRY SKINGENTLE EXFOLIATIONVEGAN
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Get that beautiful body feeling silky-smooth with our new Moringa Body Scrub.
Scoop out a dollop of our gently exfoliating scrub and slather over dry or damp skin. Massage it in, working from your toes all the way up to your neck. It buffs away and exfoliates dead skin cells to leave dry skin feeling smoother. Rinse off and reveal the softness.
Dermatologically tested and certified by The Vegan Society, it’s made with 96% ingredients of natural origin, including our Community Fair Trade Shea Butter and Community Fair Trade Moringa Seed Oil, so you can scrub up in the knowledge you’re doing your skin the world of good. Enriched with English walnut shell particles, this rich and smoothing exfoliator has a fresh, floral moringa fragrance and leaves skin feeling nourished with moisture and loved. Did we mention it also comes in a 100% recyclable* tub too?
*Where local facilities allow.
- Gently exfoliating scrub
- For dry skin
- Buffs and exfoliates
- 96% ingredients of natural origin
- Dermatologically tested
- Certified by The Vegan Society
Community Fair Trade moringa seed oil
The miracle oil for skin
Moringa oil is a precious seed oil that’s seriously rich in omega 9, and has been used to moisturise and protect skin for thousands of years. We love it.
Moringa is known as the ‘miracle tree’. It grows strong in seriously challenging environments, helps other species thrive and produces super-nourishing seed oil. They don’t need much water, which is good news for farmers in drought-prone areas, and the bees love the nectar of moringa flowers. Moringa trees create a canopy when they grow, which shelters nearby crops from the hot Rwandan sun, helping them thrive.
The farmers grow and handpick the moringa pods and use a process called ‘winnowing’ to separate the seeds from their shells.
Our moringa seed oil comes from Asili Natural Oils, our Community Fair Trade partners in Rwanda. Our trade provides a sustainable income for farmers in the dry eastern provinces of Rwanda, where income opportunities are low.