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The idea that you have to “slough off” dead skin cells is not new... But exfoliators in the skincare industry range from gentle to too rough (ouch!), and so many don’t have ingredients that help nourish the newly exposed and vulnerable skin beneath those exfoliated cells!

Honestly, exfoliation is not even a “luxury” ritual, it should be part of your weekly routine! We all have dead skin cells that can suffocate the skin and make it look dull, can cause breakouts and even make our fine lines and wrinkles more pronounced. If not removed, dead skin cells can create a buildup that is harder and harder to remove. This is why it’s a must, not an option for your natural beauty! Don’t get me wrong, I don’t recommend exfoliating too often, once a week is very sufficient (twice if you have an overactive and oily skin, but more times can create irritation and redness.)

On average, the skin cell turnover is about 28 days, and even longer as we get older. By exfoliating regularly, you’re helping “new you” skin breathe and better absorb our organic skinfood , with the shared goal to naturally look fresher and a bit younger!

Enter Hibiscus Pure - a gentle exfoliator that works on all skin types to renew and replenish at the same time.

Many conventional “exfoliating” products contain salt and sugar in combination with various chemical liquids, or manufactured “microbeads” that don’t biodegrade well in our environment. Plus, these kinds of scrubs are often harsh and overly drying for the skin. Instead of reaching for those artificial microbeads, why not look to nature for naturally occurring exfoliates?

Voila, the hibiscus flower is used in a variety of skincare applications, particularly because it’s known as a gentle exfoliating ingredient that improves skin’s texture. The flower has naturally occurring antioxidants and firming agents that improve skin’s elasticity. Some skincare devotees even refer to the hibiscus flower as “natural botox,” for its ability to firm skin. It’s also a source of natural AHAs, or alpha-hydroxy acids, which exfoliate and improve cell turnover while reducing the risk of acne and breakouts. AHAs also have a natural “astringent” quality - like lemon juice, witch hazel and even super cold water, astringents help tighten pores. The flower petals contain a gentle, mucus-like compound called mucilage, an anti-inflammatory, protein-rich ingredient produced by many plants.

All that in a flower? Yes! When you trust plant botanicals for your skin, you get multitasking ingredients that work gently!

The Hibiscus Pure formula also has anti-inflammatory and soothing ingredients like aloe vera gel and honey, and a bit of that magical and ever-popular natural clay - known for it’s ability to remove impurities from the skin as well as prevent acne, cystic acne and blackheads.

Essential oils like sweet orange and lavender give this product a beautiful, botanical scent and add extra oil compounds that are antibacterial and healthy - they help promote skin healing, nutrition, and also have a cleansing effect.

There are no harsh chemicals masquerading as “fragrance” - just pure, completely USDA organic plant potions that work their skincare magic every time you gently massage them into your beloved skin.


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If you need a flowery treat that results in a healthy glow - it’s time to slip this one into your medicine cabinet! Take about 1 tsp of the product (don’t need much, the jar will last a long time!) and gently, in circular motions, rub all over your face avoiding the eye area, wash it off with lukewarm water. Perfecto! Your skin is ready for a serum or a moisturizer. Like a Budding Spring Flower - here I come!

Have you tried Hibiscus Pure yet? Let us know with a comment below!

For educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the FDA. This information and/or products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Sandra Charbonneau
Sandra Charbonneau


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