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Anthony Logistics Sea Salt Body Scrub

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Pureman is currently exploring the skincare and style trends of 2018, and one of the things we came across is the trend of treating your body the same way you would treat your face. Now, if you never wash your face and don’t put on sunscreen and are beginning to look like a greasy, shrivelled up raisin, you’ve got other problems to address. But if you’re pretty on top of your skincare regime - if you’re reading this we assume you are - we’ve got news for you.

Pureman knows the importance of exfoliating your face to keep it healthy and fresh. Sloughing off those dead skin cells on your face and uncovering the bright, new ones increases blood circulation and gives you that youthful glow. Don’t you want the rest of your body to be treated the same way? For a fresh, whole body skincare experience, we’re shedding light on one of our great skincare products, Anthony Logistics Sea Salt Body Scrub.

Salt scrubs are naturally purifying, in that salt removes toxins from the pores. Add this to the extra bit of abrasion that salt scrubs offer and you’ve got a winner. Anthony Logistics Sea Salt Body Scrub helps get rid of dead skin cells, smoothes the skin and helps get rid of blemishes and ingrown hairs. Here’s the lowdown on how to use the scrub if you’re a body exfoliating newbie: Jump on into the shower and dampen your skin with warm water. Give your skin a few minutes to soften and allow your pores to gently open. You can wash and condition your hair while you wait. Once your skin is ready to roll, get out of the water stream (or turn it off for a moment to save that precious H2O!) and apply the scrub in a circular motion. Massage it into your skin and take extra time on those problem areas. Rinse off, and you’ll feel fresh as! Exfoliate 2-3 times a week and you’ll feel like a new person. Go on. Give ‘er a try!

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