Pit Scrub (2oz)

Healing Place Apothecary

$ 8.00
Regular price $ 8.00

Pit scrub uses essential oils of Peppermint, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and Sweet Basil in combination with hydrating organic sugar and exfoliating walnut shell to slough away dead skin cells that harbor odor-causing bacteria.

Brighten Underarms. Exfoliation is a wonderful way to brighten and smoothe rough and dry skin, increase circulation and improve the overall health of the tissue. 

A powerful ally to prevent razor bumps, ingrown hairs and hyper-pigmentation from shaving, waxing and sugaring this scrub offers a unique home care solution.  Shea Butter and Aloe Vera heal and nourish the skin leaving it baby soft and moisturized. The scrub leaves a gentle tingle so you know that it’s working.

Key Ingredients: 

Tea tree Essential Oil: The anti-inflammatory properties of tea tree oil soothes the skin and can also help heal infections that cause itchy skin.  

Aloe Vera: has bioactive compounds in the plant that are rich in vitamins A, B , C, D and E as well as minerals like magnesium, potassium and zinc. These are all thought to aid in the 'healing' benefits of aloe Aloe also has phytosterols which help to soothe itchiness and irritation while also giving protection to prevent trans-epidermal water loss. 

Why We Love It: There are a lot of scrubs on the market, but this scrub was designed specifically for your underarms. When making the switch to a natural deodorant, a scrub is a must to help the body detox from your chemical-laddedn deodorants. Most scrubs have heavy oils, which leaves the skin oily, which isn't the best for your underarms. This special formulation is cream based to lightly moisturize and sloth off dead skin without the messy cleanup or danger of a slip and fall from oily scrubs.

Ingredients: Organic sugar, walnut shell, shea butter, aloe vera, tea tree essential oil, peppermint essential oil, eucalyptus essential oil, and sweet basil essential oil

Pit scrub uses essential oils of Peppermint, Tea Tree, Eucalyptus and Sweet Basil in combination with hydrating organic sugar and exfoliating walnut shell to slough away dead skin cells that harbor odor-causing bacteria.

Brighten Underarms. Exfoliation is a wonderful way to brighten and smoothe rough and dry skin, increase circulation and improve the overall health of the tissue. 

A powerful ally to prevent razor bumps, ingrown hairs and hyper-pigmentation from shaving, waxing and sugaring this scrub offers a unique home care solution.  Shea Butter and Aloe Vera heal and nourish the skin leaving it baby soft and moisturized. The scrub leaves a gentle tingle so you know that it’s working.

Key Ingredients: 

Tea tree Essential Oil: The anti-inflammatory properties of tea tree oil soothes the skin and can also help heal infections that cause itchy skin.  

Aloe Vera: has bioactive compounds in the plant that are rich in vitamins A, B , C, D and E as well as minerals like magnesium, potassium and zinc. These are all thought to aid in the 'healing' benefits of aloe Aloe also has phytosterols which help to soothe itchiness and irritation while also giving protection to prevent trans-epidermal water loss. 

Why We Love It: There are a lot of scrubs on the market, but this scrub was designed specifically for your underarms. When making the switch to a natural deodorant, a scrub is a must to help the body detox from your chemical-laddedn deodorants. Most scrubs have heavy oils, which leaves the skin oily, which isn't the best for your underarms. This special formulation is cream based to lightly moisturize and sloth off dead skin without the messy cleanup or danger of a slip and fall from oily scrubs.

Ingredients: Organic sugar, walnut shell, shea butter, aloe vera, tea tree essential oil, peppermint essential oil, eucalyptus essential oil, and sweet basil essential oil

Healing Place Apothecary

Nubian Flunder
Oakland, CA

The Healing Place Apothecary was founded by Nubian Flunder, an acupuncturist who discovered that there was a great need for quality personal care products that focused on the unique needs of women of color. 

She went on to travel the world, gain a master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine and open... read more