Autumn Skin Care: Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub

Hello gentle reader.


As we transition from Summer into Autumn, the air cools, dries out and becomes crisp.

So does our skin. Lower humidity means less moisture in the air means tight, dry, flaky, itchy, uncomfortable skin. One great way to combat that problem is with regular scrub sessions in the shower. Preferably with something that not only exfoliates, but imparts moisture to the skin and smells great, while you are at it.


Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub covers all of the bases. Formulated with whole sugar grains and walnut shell powder for efficient removal of dry skin cells without being harsh and lots of shea nut oil, other natural, nourishing oils and Vitamin C, this scrub does it's job and leaves the skin feeling soft, smooth, delightfully moisturized and pampered. This scrub can be used before or after your favorite soap or body wash. Used after, as I prefer, it leaves a light film of shea and natural oil to sink in and further moisturize your skin without leaving you feel slippery or gross. I use this scrub once or twice a week and my skin is velvety soft and comfortable.


Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub comes in a handful of great scents. I recently took advantage of an Ulta sale and ordered three tubs since they were buy two, get one free. My favorite of the bunch is Brazilian Nut, it smells as if you are scrubbing down with dessert. Notes of caramel, cocoa, a hit of coffee and a background of warm, smokey shea. So delicious. Hawaiian Kukui is tropical, with hints of fruit, natural coconut and natural shea. Original Shea smells earthy, rich and of that warm, smokey shea. I like all three; my clear fave is of course, the Brazilian Nut as I love rich, sweet scents.

This scrub, while very moisturizing doesn't leave your shower or tub coated, dirty, greasy or a dangerous, slippery mess. Any time you use a product like this, you should be a little careful but I find my footing to be steady, when using these.

I really like the Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrubs. They are effective, at about eight dollars for a big, eighteen ounce tub affordable and don't leave a mess behind. When I work my way through what I have, I will purchase, again.

Have you tried Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub? What do you think of it? What is your favorite scent? If you aren't into Tree Hut, do you have a favorite scrub? Please do tell.

Thank you so much for popping by and reading and have a beautiful day.