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Birch Body Scrub

Exfoliates and smoothes skin

  • Organic birch extract helps purify and detoxify skin
  • Soft jojoba wax pearls exfoliate without damaging skin without the use of plastic microbeads
  • Supports refined, renewed skin appearance

5.1 FL OZ | Price: US$12.00

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Birch Body Scrub

How to use

Massage Birch Body Scrub onto skin with circular motions with a loofah or hands and rinse thoroughly. For best results, use in combination with Birch Cellulite Oil.

Exfoliates and smoothes skin

Weleda Birch Body Scrub is an effective body scrub that supports skin renewal without disturbing its natural balance.

Natural plant wax pearls gently exfoliate to remove rough surface skin as sesame seed oil and apricot kernel oil promote a radiant and nourished appearance. An extract of organic, detoxifying birch leaves promotes radiant, refreshed skin.

Gentle and all-natural, this plant-based formula is the key to refined, summer-ready skin any time of year.

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Birch (Betula Alba) Leaf Extract

Commonly referred to as Birch, the leaves and bark from which the extract is derived come from the Birch Tree. Birch is known for its purifying and detoxifying effects. The plant encourages the excretion of fluids and promotes metabolic activities.

Beeswax (Cera Alba)

This waxy substance comes from beehives and is naturally secreted by honeybees in the form of scales. It was used by the Egyptians for mummification and by the Romans as a waterproofing agent for painted walls. In the Middle Ages, it was considered valuable enough to act as a currency. Beeswax soothes and protects the skin from dryness without inhibiting its ability to breathe. It also serves as an emulsifier.

Beeswax (Cera Alba)

This waxy substance comes from beehives and is naturally secreted by honeybees in the form of scales. It was used by the Egyptians for mummification and by the Romans as a waterproofing agent for painted walls. In the Middle Ages, it was considered valuable enough to act as a currency. Beeswax soothes and protects the skin from dryness without inhibiting its ability to breathe. It also serves as an emulsifier.

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  • Mary L.Posted: February 07, 2010

    Just great!! Thank you!

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