Mango Body Scrub


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Our Organic lip balm visibly smooths lip wrinkles, by hydrating and nourishing your lips, naturally helping protect from UV rays, while also helping protect them from Environmental damage. For every lip balm that you purchase you help provide a child in need with school supplies.

We have both a Vegan and an Organic Lip balm the difference is that our Vegan doesn’t have Beeswax to ensure we don’t make our vegan customers be left out of the benefits, while our Organic lip balm does have beeswax.



Apply Mango Body Scrub on body and feet, massage in circular motion
Leave on for 2 minutes before rinsing, or rinse off right away

If you end up doing your feet please make sure that you are sitting down while doing it, rinse throughly then dry immediately with a towel before standing up. Will be slippery handle with care but the results are impressive.

Use up to 2 or 3 times a week
Can be used day or night
For best results follow it with our Brazilian Butter or your favorite Moisturizer/Cream.

For external use ONLY


Mango Body Scrub is infused with nourishing Mango butter, combined with sugar, avocado oil, castor oil, cilica, arabica oil, and optiphen.



Cupuaçu Butter

Cupuaçu butter is a natural, plant-based butter that is derived from the seeds of the cupuaçu tree, native to the Amazon rainforest. It is a great moisturizer for skin, as it is rich in fatty acids and antioxidants. It helps to protect the skin from environmental damage, while also providing hydration and nourishment. It can be used to treat dry skin, eczema, psoriasis, and other skin conditions. It is also

  • Nourishes extremely dry, flaky or cracked skin
  • Reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines
  • Helps to heal dry, cracked skin
  • Soothes skin irritation and inflammation
  • Protects skin from environmental damage
  • Reduces the appearance of stretch marks
  • Enhances skin elasticity
  • Helps to reduce the appearance of scars
  • Provides antioxidant protection
  • Helps to reduce the appearance of age
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