The Sud Scrub body scrubber is made of non-toxic, food-grade silicone that's infused with antimicrobial silver and zinc to resist odor-causing bacteria, mold, and mildew from growing on its surface.
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Proven to resist 99.99% of odor-causing bacteria from growing on its surface.
New scrubbing fins exfoliate, massage, and provide a superior lather
Clears pores and gently exfoliates away dead skin cells
Plastic-free, 100% recyclable, and lasts the whole year
A. SCRUBBING FINS
Helps soap lather while massaging and exfoliating the skin.
B. HANGER LOOP
Store your Sud Scrub by hanging it on a hook.
C. HANDLE STRAP
Helps Sud Scrub stay securely in your hands.
Kind of expected it to be scrubbier. As is, it’s not very abrasive. Can’t say I’ve noticed any difference in body acne.
Love my Sud Scrub will be purchasing the handle for it.
I've used 3 of these and they have never disappointed me! So easy to clean and feels amazing against my skin. Thanks again for a great product!
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Works as described it’s a better alternative than a loofa.
I personally would not recommend this product. It’s too large and not pliable enough to get in all the places. Also it takes a LOT of liquid soap to get a lather.
In regard to improving the lather, a couple of things you can do:
1) Are you using your Sud Scrub away from running water? Although the design of the scrubber is meant to trap as much soap as possible, silicone, at the end of the day, is a non-porous material, which means soap will wash away quite easily when running water hits it. This same property also helps the scrubber dry very quickly and not hold any moisture that allows mold and germs to grow.
2) Are you placing your soap directly onto the fins in a complete circle, avoiding the center? A common misconception is that the hole in the center is where you’re supposed to put your soap. The product spreads soap much more effectively when the soap is placed onto the fins and not the center.
3) When it feels like you’re running out of suds, you can wet your scrubber and start scrubbing again. This will help extend the life of your soap/suds, as there is usually more soap remaining on the fins.
4) If all fails, it might mean that your soap doesn’t have a very high lather to begin with. Low-lather soaps such as cream-based ones won’t lather very well with Sud Scrub as the product is designed to work with the natural lather of your soap and will not make your soap lather any more than it naturally does. Products like loofahs work a bit differently, as they trap water very well (like a sponge), which allows for high lather no matter what kind of soap you use. Unfortunately, this is the same reason why loofahs and other alternative products breed bacteria and mold so easily.
A soap brand that I can recommend for high lather is Native. It's what I personally use and works great with Sud Scrub.
Love it !!!!
Love this so far -- I do feel like I'm getting a very clean experience and have noticed I don't have to struggle with as much dead skin as I'm drying off as I usually do with loofas/brushes/etc! The added knowledge of the minerals at work makes me feel confident and comfortable that this product is doing something good for me. Very happy I saw this ad and bought!