Skip to product information
1 of 2

b2c2farms

Sugar Bee All Natural Invigorating Body Scrub

Regular price $15.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $15.00 USD
Sale Sold out

Inspired by a health supplement given to our honeybees, we founded the very first Sugar Bee product-our invigorating Lemongrass & Spearmint sugar scrub.  Made with light, yet deeply penetrating oils and extra fine cane sugar, this scrub will become your new shower staple.  Fast absorbing, with a non-greasy after feel will have your skin smooth, supple, and refreshed. This product is made with an all natural blend of 100% lemongrass and spearmint essential oils.

Made in small batches to ensure maximum freshness & quality

*will be available again on 12/1/22


Additional Information

Fun fact: the texture was inspired by a scrub we purchased locally in the Dominican Republic on our honeymoon. We loved it so much, but it was one of those rare gems that we will never find again.  Fortunately, we were able to replicate a very similar texture and are able to share that with our followers.

Ingredients

Fine cane sugar, coconut oil, grapeseed oil, 100% therapeutic grade essential oil blend of lemongrass & spearmint

12 FL Oz

Care & Instructions

Use weekly in the shower to slough off dry, dead surface skin while invigorating your senses. Using a small scoop in your palm, rub in gentle circular motions on your body to hydrate & rejuvenate dull skin. Within minutes of stepping out of the shower, you'll find that there is a non-greasy after feel.

Please test on a small area before apply to entire body. We do not recommend using on your face. Use caution when using product on wet surfaces, due to residual oils that may be present.

Shipping, Returns, Etc.

We offer shipping on this product to all 50 US states.

This product is available for return or exchange within 30 days.

Saving the Bees

We keep two varieties of honeybees, Russian, and Italian-Russian hybrids. Our bees fly up to two miles away from our farm, collecting pollen and nectar from the sourwood, locust, poplar, thistle, and clover sources all across Nickelsville. We like to keep it as hands off as possible when caring for our bees. We disturb them as little as possible, and it has been proven to be our most successful method.

  • Did You Know?

    Ancient Egyptians used honey in all trades, from sweetening foods, healing wounds, paying their taxes, and embalming the dead. Honey was so highly regarded, it was found buried with deceased royalty.