What's in the PureBee Body Scrub?

Transparency with the ingredients we use is very important to us. We think everyone should have the choice of whether or not to let certain ingredients get into their body, but it often fails because the packaging has long "Ingredients" lists that even chemists have problems deciphering.

Wherever there is space on the products, we print the German names directly on the packaging in addition to the legally required INCI (this is what the technical Latin for ingredients is called). Only with some sample pots or we don't have enough space on the packaging and we don't want to create extra rubbish for package inserts or cardboard boxes. For all products, however, you can always find the German names online on the product pages under the Ingredients tab.

As the first product today we would like to introduce you to the ingredients of the body scrub in more detail. In addition to the German names, we also give you a brief insight into why the ingredients are even included in the body scrub and what benefits they bring on the skin.

A SHORT OVERVIEW

INCI CLEAR TEXT USE

Sucrose sucrose

Brown cane sugar and
white granulated sugar
Natural and gentle peeling particles
Simmondsia chinensis
Seed Oil

Jojoba Oil

Jojoba oil is predominantly for its moisturizing and moisturizing
known nourishing properties. The similarity of its structure
to our skin lipids it makes it for every skin and hair type
particularly well tolerated. It also balances sebum production
the skin and soothes itchy and flaky skin
Make noticeable.

Persea Gratissima Oil

Avocado Oil

Avocado oil is high in palmitoleic acid, which is good
makes it compatible with sensitive skin. The phytosterols in the oil help
to protect the skin, as they are structurally similar to
the body's own cholesterol and can thereby help the
Stimulate cell production.
Prunus Armeniaca
Kernel Oil

Apricot Kernel Oil

The lightly scented oil is filled with fatty acids, vitamins A, C and E.
and loads of antioxidants to keep the youthful glow of the
To preserve skin. It is a very mild oil, which is special
well suited for sensitive skin and very good in the horny layer of the skin
penetrates.

Cera Flava

Beeswax

Moisturizes the skin, protects the skin without it
to clog and gives the body scrub its consistency.
Mangifera indica
Seed butter

Mango Butter

Since mango butter, it stimulates a firmer complexion. Dry spots
and dander and even sensitive skin can get from one
Daily use of mango butter will benefit as it is up in the
Provides deep moisture. Mango butter is also rich in
Oleic and stearic acid. These fatty acids make the skin
supple and soft.

Tocopherol

Vitamin E

Vitamin E blocks the free radicals that play a big role in the
Play skin aging. At the same time, it removes dirt from the skin
and other impurities while it is but the oil balance
keeps the skin in balance. The tocopherol is used
Obtained from vegetable oils.

Propolis Cera

Propolis

Propolis is rich in organic compounds, such as caffeic acid and
long-chain wax star. It contains minerals like magnesium,
Calcium and zinc for well-cared for skin. But one of the most important
Benefit is its antioxidant effect.

Mel

Honey

Honey has a clearing effect on the skin. He opens the pores and does
it makes it so easy to unblock clogs. Is particularly suitable
Honey for dry skin as it is also described as a humectant
which attracts and traps moisture.

Ascorbyl Palmitate

Vitamin C derivative

Vitamin C is an antioxidant that fights free radicals.
Does your skin look dull? Vitamin C can help with this
to shine again because it does so on the skin surface
can stimulate to accelerate skin renewal. The
Most vitamin C derivatives are water-soluble, therefore have
we opted for the fat-soluble Ascorbyl Palmitate,
even if it looks like a small unpleasant aftertaste
Palm oil is produced. However, we are very careful that
all Ascorby Palmitate we use exclusively from
sustainable palm oil production.

Squalane

Squalane

Squalane is actually the skin's own oil, which increases the moisture
regulates the skin's budget. The biggest advantage
of squalane is that (although it is an oil) it is not oily
feels. It also has no odor and clogs pores
the skin does not. The squalane we use is pure
vegetable and is obtained from olives.

Alcohol

Alcohol

Solvent that is needed to make the propolis solution.
Unfortunately, propolis is naturally not soluble in water or fat.
In order to be able to process it in our cosmetics, it has to be
be dissolved in alcohol beforehand. We hear of sometimes
Customers: "Why do all of your products contain alcohol?" and exactly
That is the reason. There is no such thing as propolis without alcohol. Of the
Alcohol content in our products is by no means harmful or
drying out on the skin and is carried out in our formulations
compensates for the nourishing properties of other ingredients. also
is alcohol of vegetable origin, which is very important to us.

And what about the varieties?

Some of you have probably already noticed: the ingredients mentioned are the basic ingredients of our body scrubs. These are supplemented by other ingredients of the various types. For example, we only use natural essential oils or natural flavors for scenting, and our fruit body scrubs always contain real fruit. For example, our cherry body scrub is also made with real cherries, which gives it its red color.

Summary

As you can see, not only are all ingredients natural, but they also all have their purpose in body scrub. We hope we were able to give you a clear overview of our body scrubs and their ingredients and maybe clear one or the other question out of the way.

If you have any further questions, please feel free to leave us a comment or write us a message.

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