Everything you need to know about Scentsy Sugar Scrub

For those who want to treat themselves to more than just fragrance, Scentsy Sugar Scrubs a pamper-perfect solution. This Scentsy Body product combines exfoliating sugar with moisturizing shea butter and coconut oil to smooth and soften skin — and of course it imparts incredible personal fragrance in your favorite scents! Here’s everything you need to know about Sugar Scrub:

What is Scentsy Sugar Scrub?

As the name suggests, Sugar Scrub uses sugar granulates to gently scrub away dead skin cells. Meanwhile, additions like coconut oil work to leave your freshly exfoliated skin soft and radiant. The full list of ingredients can be found on your Independent Scentsy Consultant’s Personal Website. Don’t have a Consultant? Find one at scentsy.com!

How do I use Scentsy Sugar Scrub?

Sugar Scrub is great for use in the shower, bath or as a hand scrub. Before use, you may need to stir it, as some separation can occur. Then, simply massage the scrub onto wet skin and rinse with warm water. Apply some Scentsy Body Cream after towel drying for the ultimate moisturizing experience!

Is Scentsy Sugar Scrub a cleanser?

No. Sugar Scrub is meant to be used in combination with a cleanser, such as Scentsy Body Wash. For best results, we recommend you begin your routine by cleansing with Scentsy Body Wash.

How long does Scentsy Sugar Scrub’s fragrance last?

While the exact amount of time the fragrance will last depends on an individual’s body chemistry, Scentsy Body products contain the highest concentration of top-quality fragrances available to provide a long-lasting fragrance experience.

What makes Scentsy Sugar Scrub special?

All of our Body products combine Scentsy fragrance and skin-pampering ingredients like sunflower oil for superior quality and a truly stand-alone experience. From the base ingredients and fragrance oils to the packaging and product benefits, quality is always our primary goal.


  1. Sharon Roth

    I would be concerned about absorption into the skin if you’re a diabetic?

    • Scentsy

      Hi Sharon. Sugar is not absorbed through the skin!

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