Chocolate Orange | BODY SCRUB

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Not a kid-candy scrub like it may seem...

This luxurious scrub has cocoa butter and coconut oil, which blend with blood orange, sweet orange and the grassy floral Palmarosa essential oil to create a chocolate-covered orange smell in the shower. 

An extremely hydrating scrub with coffee and the subtle yet precise smell of fresh cracked chocolate orange. This luxury scrub is amazing for: dry skin, acne, dry climates, cellulite and people who love orange and chocolate. 


Brazen Bee's scrubs are not your run of the mill scrubs. We don't believe in rubbing rocks on your tender skin, so all salts for our scrubs are in powder form. This allows you to use far less scrub as it goes a lot further. It also makes for a product safe for tender skin. 


I also include himalayan pink salt and powdered sucanat so you are delivering beneficial fatty acids (stearic acid in shea butter is one of the best cleansers available and is added to many soap products to remove impurities from the skin), minerals for skin health, and alpha-hydroxy acid.



Ingredients: Powdered Sea Salt, Grapeseed Oil, Organic Coconut Oil, Ghana Shea Butter, Cocoa Butter, Pink Himilyan Salt, Sucanat, Organic Powdered Coffee, Organic Powdered Orange Peel, Essential Oils: Italian Blood Orange, Sweet Orange, Palmarosa, Bergamot, Mandarin, Vanilla absolute, a tiny touch of Coffee Essential Oil

Customer Reviews (2)


Posted by Stef on Dec 15th 2016
I already loved these body scrubs. I can't even describe how amazing this will make your skin feel. But now it came in a glass jar with a little wooden scoop tied on. Super cute! Perfect for a gift for someone who deserves some pampering.

Deliciously silky

This scrub has an authentic chocolaty orange scent and leaves my skin silky all day. The mix of butter and oil does the trick for my dry winter skin. Smells so good I want to lick my fingers, but I have done that before with another Brazen scrub and learned the hard way not to! Haha!
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