Made out of necessity for my own problematic skin over 17 years ago, I finally took everyone's advice and started selling to the public a little less than three years ago. 17 years ago, little could I know what where small skin problems would manifest themselves as a host of autoimmune diseases. What I thought were bengign skin issues turned out to be multiple autoimmune diseases, skin afflictions and other. Having overly sensitive skin, prone to cracking and bleeding and a whole slew of others, I began to do research on different types of soaps and scrubs so that I, at the bare minimum, could shower daily. Many years of wine, research and toiling in my kitchen later we discovered activated charcoal. As soon as we added that to our humble little concoction it cleared up everyone's everything with in less than a week. I have no idea why it took me this long to offer it to the public, but finally in 2014 we came up with a name, bought some labels and jars and started selling it, no idea if anyone else would be brave enough to shower with a black scrub. With in months we were selling across the country, setting up in spas, salons, boutiques, interior design companies and even one tatto parlor. We cannot thank all of those first brave souls that agreed to shower with our Dirt!
Still handmade in Charleston, South Carolina, our sugar scrubs are made from all natural ingredients. It is just as important as what we put into our scrubs is what we do not put into our scrubs. Our products contain no preservatives, alcohols or acids of any kind, dyes, petroleum, parabens, unnecessary fillers or chemicals of any kind leaving you with a pure, all natural cleanser.
Our Dirts and Muds are all-in-one sugar scrub that will hydrate, exfoliate and cleanse. Safe and gentle enough to use everyday from toes to nose. All ingredients are Certified Natural and Organic: Pure Cane Sugar, Virgin Olive Oil, Castile Soap, Virgin Coconut Oil (Unrefined, Wet-Milled), Activated Charcoal or Bentonite Clay and Scented with Peppermint or Lavender Extracts.