Tasmanian Sand ScrubThe TW Tasmanian Sand Scrub is a natural exfoliator that will nourish and prep your skin for a flawless tan, thanks to its combination of aloe vera, coconut oil and manuka honey and natural sand sourced directly from pristine Tasmanian shores.
TASMANIAN SAND SCRUB | NATURAL AND ORGANIC EXFOLIATOR
A gentle, natural scrub that preps and primes the skin for tanning, our TW Tasmanian Sand Scrub will leave you with skin that’s as soft as a baby’s bottom… aka flawless and fake tan ready!
While we may be biased, it’s the best scrub Australia has because unlike most mainstream exfoliators that are harsh or harmful to skin, when you use our exfoliating scrub, you’ll only hydrate and nourish the body, not hinder it.
Made using a blend of locally sourced sand from Tasmania’s pristine beaches along with aloe vera, manuka honey and coconut oil that hydrate and moisturise skin, our exfoliating scrub is a two for one pre-tanning product that preps and primes.
Note: as a gentle sand scrub, this product is suitable to exfoliate the face with, just be careful to use a light touch and avoid the under eye area where skin is sensitive and prone to fine lines.
For more guidance on why you should exfoliate regularly as part of a skin care routine (and how) check out our ‘Why Exfoliating Should Be Your BFF’ page here.
Why we love it:
It’s a 100% organic and natural sand scrub
It’s free of nasty preservatives, chemicals and toxins
It’s made using natural sand sourced locally from Tasmanian beaches.
It’s an exfoliating scrub that both primes and hydrates skin.
It makes skin smooth and is perfect product to add to a weekly skin care routine
It will make your fake tan look au naturale!
Also, not to brag but….we’re by far the best face scrub for skin, just ask our celebrity clients Ashley Hart, Sonja Kruger, Sam Frost and Roxy Jacenko.
Three Warriors products are all Certified organic, Australian Certified Toxic-Free, Cruelty Free.
We are proud to produce a natural and organic exfoliating scrub that is Australian made with sand sourced locally from the pristine Tasmanian shores, our home state.
Our TW Tasmanian Sand Scrub is made using the following natural ingredients...
- Aloe vera: locks in moisture and soothes skin for a calm, softened complexion.
- Coconut oil: rich in vitamins and minerals to nourish skin.
- Manuka honey: hydrates skin by retaining moisture from the air.
Three Warriors Tasmanian Sand Scrub is free from animal products, silicones, synthetic pigments, sodium lauryl sulphate (SLS), Sodium laureth sulphate (SLES), harsh chemicals, petrochemicals, parabens, phenoxyethanol.
Worried about allergies or our formulas specific ingredients? We’ve got you warriors! Read our FAQS page here to find out more or enquire about our key exfoliating scrub ingredients.
Three Warriors Tasmanian Sand Scrub is a natural and organic exfoliator that preps and primes the skin for fake tan application, while also detoxing it regularly as well.
Splash the skin
Be it a full body exfoliating scrub, or just a gentle face scrub, begin by wetting the skin first. For those tanning face only, a splash of warm water in the sink will do the trick, otherwise for an all over exfoliating scrub, soften the skin with a spritz of warm water in the shower to gently ease the skin into the exfoliation process.
Scrub a dub dub!
Being kind to your body, scoop the TW Tasmanian Sand Scrub into your less dominant hand, and then using the alternate hand (with optional exfoliating glove on), begin to massage the exfoliating scrub into the skin using a circular motion.
Rinse and repeat
Continue to circulate and sweep across the body with the exfoliating scrub, rinsing and repeating until skin feels smooth and renewed.
Note: Make sure to exfoliate the joints (such as knees, elbows, knuckles, ankles) well, as they tend to get neglected and as a result, store dead skin cells and show up streaky when tanned.
And remember, no faux glow is flawless without a good exfoliate first, so babes, scrub up!
To learn more about how to prep and exfoliate skin see our how-to blog here.