SALT VS. SUGAR
Which one do I use?
Your individual need will determine the type of scrub you should use. If you have dead, dry skin on your feet and elbows, you may want to try a salt scrub as it is more abrasive, and works much better on tougher skin.
If you would like to exfoliate your face, or have sensitive skin, a sugar scrub is the best way to go.
Whatever your need, Rahdi Skin has you covered. Click here to check out our collection, and place your order today!
Salt particles are rougher and provide a deeper, more rigorous exfoliation.
Unlike sugar, salt scrubs do not become sticky.
Salt dissolves in warm water, but takes a little more effort than sugar.
Salt scrubs are often richer in minerals than sugar scrubs. For example, sea salt scrubs has over 10 minerals which aide in cleansing and skin healing.
Salt scrubs should never be used on the face as the particles are much more abrasive than sugar.
Sugar is softer on the skin and less abrasive than salt.
Sugar scrubs can become sticky.
Sugar scrubs dissolve much quicker than salt when rinsed with warm water.
There are no mineral qualities in sugar scrubs.
Sugar scrubs can be used all over the body including the face.