Why? This 100% natural, chemical-free, vegan scrub/mask claims to exfoliate, detoxify, nourish, hydrate and moisturize your skin. According to the package, "it purifies skin, diminishes age spots, wrinkles, scars and blemishes. Fights acne-causing bacteria and tightens enlarged pores. Improves skin tone and texture. Stimulates collagen production. Enriched with zinc, iron, magnesium, calcium, antioxidants, potassium, minerals, vitamin B complex, nourishing fatty acids, vitamin E. Leaves skin soft, renewed and glowing."
That sounds like a magic scrub/mask to me (I know I keep referring to it as a "scrub/mask," but you'll see what I mean in a minute), although it takes a little effort to use it. Basically, you apply it to damp skin in the shower, and be prepared to get dirty (it actually looks a little like dirt, as you can see through the package).
This cute wooden spoon is provided to help you scoop out this combination of European sea salt, activated charcoal, dead sea salt, organic raw cacao, sunflower oil, virgin coconut oil, apricot oil and vitamin E, although I find it to be easier to transfer just what you need to a separate container.
Transitioning to black and white to keep the next photos a bit classier, you'll need to massage the Coco Detox all over your skin in circular motions (don't do this after shaving, as the salt in this scrub will burn), starting with your feet and hands and moving toward your heart (those of you who dry brush may already be familiar with this technique).
Have you tried any of Skinnamon's products? Let me know on Twitter at @Rawdorable and/or Instagram (also @Rawdorable).
*Skinnamon sent me this Coco Detox for review. All opinions are my own.