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Body Polish

Body polish commonly refers to two things. First, it is often used to describe a beauty technique that involves removing dead skin. Second, the term is sometimes used to refer to beauty products that are used for such a technique.

A body polish can be performed at home or in a spa. When a person does not have anyone in the household to assist, it may be best to have the procedure done at a spa. It can be very difficult, if not impossible, for a person to thoroughly polish certain areas of her body.

Once the polishing is done, the person generally rinses herself. This should not be confused with washing. The products used to perform this technique are sometimes called body polish. They may also be called scrubs or exfoliators. Such products generally have some type of abrasive component, such as salt or nut shells mixed with a cream or oil.

  • Features

    The natural exfoliants; lemon, sugar cane extract, apple and green tea extracts combine to rid the skin of impurities. Rich, calming emollients of aloe and Vitamin-E hydrate and renew the appearance of the skin.

  • Benefits

    Gently reconditioning properties improve the look of skin texture and tone. Body looks and feels polished.

  • Skin Type

    All skin types

  • Application

    Massage onto full body with attention to elbows, knees and other problematic dry areas. Rinse well. Follow with Body Glow. Caution: For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Keep out of reach of children. If irritation occurs, discontinue use.

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