Noosa Basics - Body Scrub - 150g
Noosa Basics - Body Scrub - 150g
Noosa Basics

Noosa Basics - Body Scrub - 150g

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Noosa Basics, Vegan, Cruelty-Free, Body Scrub with Coffee + Activated Charcoal.

This detoxifying body scrub contains activated charcoal, ground coffee, apricot shell and desiccated coconut, which exfoliates and nourishes the skin, whilst leaving it visibly firm and glowing. Caffeine can help to reduce the appearance of cellulite, increases blood flow and reduce inflammation, which in turn visibly improves the overall texture and health of the skin.

Noosa Basics is a small batch apothecary established in 2014 and based in Noosa. They handcraft personal care products using only the finest quality organic and raw ingredients, entirely free fillers or synthetic additives, and all their ingredients are fair trade and palm oil free.

How to use: While in the shower, apply a small amount to hands and massage gently into skin using circular motions. Rinse skin thoroughly with warm water and pat dry.

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Discontinue use if irritation occurs. Store in a cool, dry place.

Ingredients: Apricot Kernel Oil, Brown Sugar, Sunflower Oil, Shea Butter*, Virgin Coconut Oil*, Cetyl Alcohol**, Ground Coffee Beans, Fine Desiccated Coconut, Ground Apricot Shell, Activated Charcoal, Vitamin E, Grapefruit Essential Oil*, Coconut Flavour*

*Certified Organic

**Derived from Coconut Oil

Free of nasties + Fragrance free + Palm oil free + Cruelty-free

                A collaborative retail and work-space curated by Goods Studios, BB Shoemaker and Emma Sadie Thomson.

                Ensemble Studios is a space for like-minded designers to come together, to create and showcase their work. located in The Adelaide Hills, South Australia, Ensemble is a curation of locally made, sustainable clothing, shoes, accessories, jewellery, plants and home wears, focusing on a refined minimalist aesthetic, with an emphasis on nature, the environment and the use of natural materials. Ensemble aims to facilitate and celebrate artists and designers who explore and employ sustainable art practices. 

                176 Piccadilly Rd
                Piccadilly, South Australia.