Product Spotlight: Sloane Inc Pineapple Enzyme Scrub

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Long gone are the days when facial scrubs felt like rubbing sandpaper against your skin. These days, facial scrubs are a lot more refined, and infused with natural ingredients to help brighten, rejuvenate, and refresh the skin.

A facial scrub is an important part of your skincare routine. It helps to remove dead cells on the surface, promote new skin growth for a brighter, fairer complexion. The action of scrubbing has been shown to also improve blood circulation and collagen production to smooth out the skin’s surface.

Sloane Inc’s Pineapple Enzyme Scrub is a facial scrub which features pineapple extracts, and jojoba micro-beads. Pineapple extracts contain Bromelain, a proteolytic enzyme (meaning it breaks down proteins). It effectively exfoliates the skin’s dead proteins, leaving behind a baby-smooth layer of new skin.

Jojoba micro-beads are, in my opinion, the highlight of this product. They’re gentle on the skin, and dissolve as you massage them to release nourishing jojoba oil. Unlike many scrubs on the market, this one will leave your skin feeling supple and hydrated,

There’s also another reason to choose jojoba micro-beads in a scrub. Made of biodegradable natural wax, the beads don’t impact the environment the way plastic beads do. Plastic micro-beads, commonly used in many facial scrubs, negatively affect ocean life. They act as sponges, sucking up toxic chemicals that end up poisoning fish and other marine life when ingested.

Sloane Inc Pineapple Enzyme Scrub is definitely a product to look out for if you’re after a gentle, effective, and environmentally friendly scrub.

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