Originally crafted in Barbara Schiller’s Los Angeles kitchen, Body Conscience products are pure enough to eat — and Schiller is happy to prove it by popping the line’s Nourish body polish in her mouth.
The Nourish polish tastes sugary and has the consistency of damp sand, she said. Instead of salt, the scrub contains fine organic sugar, which Schiller described as a natural antiseptic that doesn’t leave skin dry. Organic cocoa and kokum butter substitute for heavy oils that she decried for making scrubs too oily and showers sloppy.
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