Winter Skin Quiz:

How to prevent dry, flaking and eczema-flare ups for soft, smooth & glowing skin, naturally.

Close up of womans face after using Pure & Coco's Body Exfoliator

How to Treat Dry Patches On Your Face Using A Dermatologist-Approved Sugar Scrub

For years I used to suffer from dry, flaky patches on my face and I had to be so careful what I used for fear of causing a breakout.

I thought that buying any 'ole sensitive face moisturizer that didn't cause my skin to break out was fine--I was wrong. 

Woman washing her face with Pure & Coco's Moisturizing Exfoliator

As a general rule of thumb, you always want to read the ingredients listed on your skin care products, to know for certain what you're really putting on your skin.

Our skin is our largest organ and we need to be just as careful about what we use on our skin, as what we put into our bodies.

Step 1 and done with this dermatologist-approved sugar scrub: Use the Moisturizing Exfoliator in the shower or at the sink for a quick face wash, makeup, and waterproof mascara remover by morning.

Wet skin at the sink for a nighttime routine, gently massage the face, rinse, and gently pat dry.

Exfoliating will remove any dull, flaky, dry patches gently from your face and moisturize at the same time with just the right amount of cold-pressed organic coconut oil, leaving your skin incredibly smooth, soft, and moisturized without clogging your pores.

I have sensitive skin (as mentioned above) and I use this method twice daily.

This product is a dermatologist-approved sugar scrub line that is ideal for dry, sensitive skin with anti-aging benefits. Talk about a simplified and effective skincare routine!

Woman washing her face and removing makeup with Pure & Coco's Moisturizing Exfoliator

Your skin will be left incredibly soft, smooth, glowing, and healthier looking instantly.

Customers rave about not having to use a lotion or additional moisturizer afterward. 

Happy exfoliating!

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