Body polish is a skin treatment that exfoliates and hydrates the skin of the entire body. After the treatment, the skin becomes smooth & soft. It can be termed as the facial for the entire body and should not be confused for a massage. When combined with a massage, the polish is done first, followed by the massage.
Body polish is done with a scrub product like sugar, salt, rice bran, or coffee grounds, which are usually mixed with essential oils or massage oil.
Most of the times it is done in combination with a body wrap. However, it can be done independently as well.
This body polish is for preparing the skin before the application of false tan which can otherwise appear patchy. Skin smoothens and dead cells removal is achieved in this body polish.
Ingredients like aloe Vera and jojoba oil are used as gentle yet effective scrubs. Apricot, almond, and peach are also commonly used.
This body polish uses coffee. It helps to stimulate circulation and improve the look of problem areas and thus redistribute and decrease the formation of fat cells.
The purest salt, Rock crystal is used in this body polish. The objective is to replenish and balance the essential minerals that are naturally present in the skin.
Elimination of tired skin cells from head to toe is achieved through Brightening body polish. Ground pumice stone and citrus oils are commonly used in this treatment.
Sugar, Salt, Almond bran, Peach, Java grounds, etc. are generally used for a body polish. They are mixed with massage and aromatic fragrances like essential oils.
When salt is used as an ingredient for body polishing mask, it is called as a salt spark, salt rinse, or marine salt rinse.