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This natural gentle facial exfoliator is formulated for oily and combination skin with essential oils that  help clear breakouts.

And the refreshing herbal blend of tea tree oil together with rosemary, thyme and petitgrain essential oils are especially good for combatting acne.

 

With its natural inflammatory properties, tea tree oil soothes and calms inflammed skin.

Rosemary oil is a powerful natural antibacterial and antiseptic and helps keep whiteheads and blackheads at bay. Meanwhile, thyme has antibacterial and antimicrobial properties which help ease breakouts of acne and spots.

 

This beautifully fragrant blend of herbs is combined with coffee grounds - a natural exfoliator which is also rich in antioxidants - and super nourishing shea butter.

Together they make a gorgeous scrub that gently buffs away dry cells, leaving skin feeling soft, smooth and glowing.

 

UpCircle Beauty specialise in repurposing products  in their cosmetics that would otherwise go to waste. The key ingredient in their Face Scrubs are the top-quality Arabica coffee grounds sourced from artisan coffee shops.

 

Coffee grounds make the perfect natural exfoliator. They don't dissolve in water and so are wonderful at sloughing away dead skin while boosting circulation. Coffee is also a rich source of natural antioxidants which nourish skin and can help repair and soothe skin damage.

 

Like all UpCircle cosmetics, the Coffee Face Scrub is vegan and cruelty-free. It is also packaged plastic-free in an attractive frosted glass jar with aluminium lid and then packed in a protective cardboard box.

 

 

 

 

 

 

UpCircle Coffee Face Scrub: Herbal Blend for Oily/Combination Skin

SKU: UpCircle-FaceScrubHerb
£17.00Price
  • By UpCircle Beauty

    Made with herbal blend of essential oils.

    100ml

    Packaged in a frosted glass jar with aluminium lid

     

    Why we love UpCircle... They are pioneers of the circular/sustainable beauty industry. They take natural by-products from the food and drinks industry, which would otherwise be thrown away, and transform these "waste" items, such as coffee grounds and argan shells, into vital ingredients in their natural cosmetics. In this way they are proving that the beauty industry can cut down on waste.

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