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A Bit Hippy

A Bit Hippy Gentel Micro Exfoliant 75g

We all know that the ground work is the most important, right? Sometimes we need to surrender, and smooth things over before embarking on the next step. Flake fairy is a gentle, micro exfoliating powder that is designed for daily use on all skin types (including the very sensitive) Buffing away impurities day by day, in order to start every morning with a ‘fresh canvas’ and letting go.. of all the negative, dulling dead skin cells.


We’ve put our heads, and our ingredients together and came up with the Flake Fairy! Here’s why we’ve used what we’ve used. Marshmallow root for its soothing properties, clay to draw out impurities and mop up excess oils, rice bran for the gentle physical exfoliating capabilities, BHA for its magical super powers of gentle exfoliation and essential oils to nourish the skin, freshen up the smell, and last but not least.. to mask the scent of rice bran (let’s be real!)

Directions

Wash your face thoroughly with your fav ABH cleanser. Dispense an almond size amount of Flake Fairy into very wet hands. Rub hands together to create a paste. Massage over face in circular motions while you spend a minute in reflection. Rinse and bask in your amazingness. If the mixture is ‘crumbly’ add a touch more water – just like you would when baking your organic loaf.

Ingredients

Rice Bran, Tapioca Starch, Sodium Cocoyl Isethionate (Derived From Coconut Oil), Xanthan Gum (Plant Derived), Bentonite Clay, Marshmallow Root, Salicylic Acid (Plant Derived), Aniba Rosaeodora (Rosewood) Wood Oil, Citrus Aurantium Bergamia (Bergamot) Peel Oil, Pogostemon Cablin (Patchouli) Leaf Oil, Pelargonium Graveolens (Geranium) Leaf Oil, Olibanum Oil.

Task Mask

Leave your Flake Fairy on the skin for 3-5 minutes for a mini mask effect. The clay will absorb impurities, the BHA will loosen the dead skin cells, and the smell will peace you out. Then rinse off using wet finger tips in a circular motion. With the extra time, you can either meditate or think about thinking about meditating.

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