Sugar Skull Sugar Scrub

5 oz

Cruelty Free

Clean Fragrances


Sensitive Skin Friendly


Sugar, Cetearyl Olivate (and) Sorbitan Olivate, Coconut Oil, Sweet Almond Oil, Mango Butter, Fragrance, Benzyl Alcohol & Salicylic Acid & Glycerin & Sorbic Acid, Spirulina, Hibiscus, Red Brazilian Clay.

How to use

Massage onto skin and rinse. Use as needed.


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The inspiration

The Dia de Los Muertos holiday has 3,000-year-old roots. This festive Mexican holiday, which is celebrated Nov. 1-2, honors the lives of departed relatives and friends. There are several ways to celebrate Dia de Los Muertos, including going to cemeteries, cooking, decorating graves, and organizing celebrations.

Sugar skulls are representations of a loved one who has passed away, and they are typically offered to the spirits of the deceased by being set on an altar, also known as an ofrenda, or even a gravestone.