Body Scrub


Face Reflexology works to identify the root cause through your current symptoms and then treats it with a proper plan. Using hands and fingers, facial muscles and nerve endings are stimulated and re-invigorated, opening up the energy (Chinese Meridian) channels throughout the body.


A body scrub is a spa treatment in which the skin is exfoliated, leaving it feeling fresh, smooth, moisturized, and soft. During a body scrub an abrasive product is rubbed into the skin and massaged across the skin and then rinsed away.

Styles & Technique

Body scrubs are popular body treatments aiming at exfoliating and hydrating the skin. An abrasive material (“granule”) like, for instance, salt, coffee or coconut, mixed with oil or cream is rubbed on the whole body to exfoliate the skin. Once the job is done, the mixture is rinsed off under a thorough shower. Finally, a moisturizer is applied on the body. If part of a package, it can also be the first step to a body wrap or a massage. Read More


A body scrub is a popular body treatment that is basically a facial for the body: it exfoliates and hydrates your skin, leaving it smooth and soft. A body scrub is done with an abrasive material -- usually sea salt or sugar -- mixed with some kind of massage oil and an aromatic like essential oils. If the scrub uses salt, it might be called a salt scrub, salt glow or sea salt scrub.

Oil Uses

The best homemade body scrub recipes are given to get rid of dead skin cells and for beautiful and glowing skin naturally. Sugar and salt are the main ingredient of natural body scrub. You can mix them with other ingredients and prepare natural body scrub for the perfect results. Quisque varius, massa ut convallis gravida, quam ligula viverra metus. Curabitur in volutpat purus, at vulputate enim. Vivamus feugiat in ipsum ut molestie. Nullam facilisis eros orci, sed semper turpis suscipit eu.


While there may be variations in how the scrub is given, the main difference between scrubs is usually just the product used.

with different zones of the face connecting directly to the major vital organs:

  • Salt and oil: finely granulated salt is mixed with an essential, moisturising oil. The salt might be sea or mineral
  • Sugar is also used, mixed with oils or creams
  • Loofah: some body scrubs use cream and a loofah to slough off dead skin cells
  • Herbal: a therapist may mix a herbal oil with the exfoliating scrub, such as rosemary, lavender or aloe vera, depending on your skin type and whether the scrub is designed to wake you up or relax you
  • Fruit (edible!): some body scrubs mix crushed seeds with fruit oils, oatmeal and other edible products to nourish and soothe the skin