How Sugar Is A Wicked Indulgence… er, For Your Skin?

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How Sugar Is A Wicked Indulgence… er, For Your Skin?

Sugar is perceived as something unhealthy for the body, since it can cause certain illnesses and can be a main reason for gaining weight. However, these bad effects of sugar can only happen if the intake is excessive.

The truth is, sugar is not as bad as most people think because it can provide benefits for the skin and hair. Not many people know the good benefits of sugar, but it can be a great ingredient for a healthier skin and hair. Raw sugar, in particular, is good for the skin and hair.

In the past, sugar was referred to as “white gold” because it is a rare and expensive commodity. These days, sugar is being used as a popular beauty product ingredient, particularly for skin care products because of the following reasons:

  • It acts as a natural exfoliator
  • It does not clog pores
  • It eliminates blemishes
  • It restores the natural oils of the skin

Sugar contains glycolic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid that is important for maintaining healthy skin. The glycolic acid helps in moisturizing skin and protects the body from toxins. When the skin is regularly exfoliated using a sugar scrub, the skin becomes healthier in terms of appearance, glow, and function.

Dead skin will be removed from the skin and the skin will take in nourishment. The skin also becomes more uniform in appearance, and will be softer to the touch and will be radiant. Sugar scrubs are also known to be gentler and less dehydrating tan salt-based scrubs. Because of this characteristic, sugar scrubs can be used by all skin types.

There are many ways in which people can use this ingredient, and here are some of them:

Sugar Keeps Your Skin Healthy

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Sugar contains glycolic acid, an alpha-hydroxy acid that is important for maintaining healthy skin.

 It’s normal to want the skin to look healthy and beautiful. While it can be a struggle because of the constantly changing weather conditions and extreme pollution, people always find ways to protect their skin from damage. A simple solution to this problem is sugar.

Sugar contains glycolic acid, which is known for maintaining good skin. Sugar is also known to be a main ingredient in several cosmetics.

Sugar Prevents Acne

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Remove dead cells and clean out your pores easily with sugar scrubs from YouScrub.

 Not a lot of people know that raw sugar can prevent acne, one of the most common skin problems there is. By using a sugar face pack , it will remove dead skin cells that are accumulated on the skin and it will clean your pores completely. This way, acne can be prevented. For sensitive skin, a sugar face pack is recommended to use it sparingly.

Sugar Reduces Hair Damage

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Sugar Scrubs are great for your hair.

 Putting sugar and massaging it all over the hair can help keep it healthy. Sugar in hair will control dandruff, reduce hair loss and can prevent damage significantly.

Sugar Softens The Skin

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Dry feet? Sugar scrubs can soften your feet after 1-2 applications.

 While sugar exfoliates the skin, it softens it through scrubbing. Using a scrub with raw sugar and olive oil, it will make the skin soft and supple. Using powdered sugar will unclog pores and moisturize the skin.

Body scrubs with sugar are one of the best things you can give to your skin. Not only are sugar scrubs wickedly pleasurable when slathered all over your body, but as exfoliants they can leave your skin vibrant, refreshed and soft.


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Ashley Witcher

I'm a christian stay-at-home mother of two girls Breanna 13 & Ayanna 9, of which I homeschool. I am also a wife to my wonderful husband DeShea Witcher. I started this business when searching to find a body scrub for myself. I realized the other scrubs were not right for me, so I started making my own! I then wanted to share those customization options and the benefits with others.

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