Exfoliating Sugar Scrub by Metropolis Soap Co.
Metropolis Soap Co. Exfoliating Sugar Scrub Lemongrass and Lavender - 8.8 oz. (250g)
Metropolis Soap Co. Exfoliating Sugar Scrub Lemongrass and Lavender is an intensive treatment for the feet and other rough spots. Metropolis Soap Co. Exfoliating Sugar Scrub Lemongrass and Lavender features ground volcanic pumice and an essential oil blend that uplifts and tones skin.
Frequently Asked Questions
Metropolis Soap Co. comes from a couple of different places. It's an homage to one of their favorite movies, Metropolis, and it's also a homage to their favorite city: New York!
Does Metropolis Soap Co. use fragrance oils or essential oils?
All of their skincare products are made with essential oils and absolutes only. They don't use synthetic fragrances.
Are all of Metropolis' products vegan? How vegan?
All of their products are vegan-friendly. They're safe for the most hardcore of vegans: they use no beeswax, honey, or other animal by-products.
Do their products "go bad"?
On the rare occasion that you've had a product of theirs longer than 2 years and haven't used it all up (the shame!) they'd suggest tossing it and getting a new one.
Are Metropolis Soap Co. products safe for all over the body?
Generally speaking yes they are safe for the body and face. However, you may have allergies to a particular ingredient so please try the product on a small patch of skin first. If any redness or irritation occurs don't use the product.
What are Metropolis Soap Co.'s ethics?
They believe animals are awesome and should not be affected by them selling their products to you. Therefore they do not test on animals and they make a conscious effort to avoid leaving an imprint on the planet. They do not use Palm Oil specifically because of the decimation it causes to the rainforests and to orangutan habitats. They use recycled packaging materials when shipping items to you when possible.
What makes Metropolis "green"?
- They only use 100% Post Consumer Waste paper for their labels
- All products are vegan
- All ingredients are from sustainable and renewable resources
- All product packaging is recyclable
About Metropolis Soap Co.
Many people like to ask about how Metropolis came to be, so owner, Megan Brame-Finkelstein, would like you to have some background on Ronnie.
Megan's cousin, Ronnie, is the youngest of 3 and was born in 1994 with pretty serious food allergies. He was always very skinny and tiny, though he made up for it with personality (once he got to know you). It was thanks to him that their family became educated on food: before that they would just eat anything and not think twice about it, but Ronnie taught them to pay attention and recognize ingredients: what was harmful, what could be eaten safely, and how both of those categories affected their bodies.
Megan had always been a lover of skincare products and cosmetics, so it was only a matter of time before label reading became a normalcy for her when it came to beauty products. What was Titanium Dioxide, what was cornstarch doing in her powder, how did Vitamin E really contribute to the product she was buying? Megan began to seek out products with specific ingredients, and when she couldn’t find what she was looking for in ONE product, she started to research making her own. And after years of testing, playing, learning, failing, and perfecting, Metropolis Soap Company was launched.
And it was all thanks to one little guy who spawned a food movement in his family.
Apply to wet skin in a circular motion to exfoliate dull and dead skin cells, avoiding face. Rinse off and pat dry to help lock in the moisturizing properties of shea butter and sunflower oil.
This product may melt when stored in warmer climates.
For external use only. Keep out of reach of children.
Sugar, Pumice, Sunflower Oil, Shea Butter, Rice Bran Oil, Cetyl Alcohol, Emulsifying Wax, Essential Oil Blend of Lemongrass and Lavandin Grosso, Vitamin E
About Metropolis Soap Co.
Award-winning natural skin care made in Brooklyn, NY. All of our products are free from parabens and sulfates, and use gentle essential oils instead of synthetic fragrances.