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Scrubalicious: Cure dry skin this cold season

As whipping winds roll over the Rexburg hills, a BYU-Idaho student’s skin can become dry and brittle. Scrubalicious, an Integrated Business Core company, created a solution.

“Dry skin is a process to heal,” said Ashlyn Miller, a senior studying business management and the CFO of Scrubalicious. “It starts in the shower with a sugar scrub where you get off all the dead skin and start with a fresh layer. When you get out of the shower, you have to then moisturize to lock it all in. Keeping that routine is going to be what gives you the best and most healthy skin.”

Scrubalicious offers handmade and organic body sugar scrubs in various scents.

Currently, Scrubalicious has a passion fruit and mango scent named “Call of Fruity,” a pumpkin scent named “Cuffing SZN,” a pine scent named “Sasquatch Scrub,” a lavender scent named “Take a Chill Pill” and an orange scent named “Your Girl’s Fake Tan.”

Students can customize a body scrub by picking out essential oils and Scrubalicious will mix it, making your scrub one of a kind.

Scrubalicious also sells a lip scrub called “Pucker Up.”

Photo credit: Abby Jorgensen

This IBC team sells these products online and in person at the south BYU-Idaho Center hallway.

“We try really hard to make really high-quality products that are all organic and handmade,” said Latimer High, a senior studying business management and CEO of the company. “We try to make them the best for everyone and we hope everyone tries them out.”

You can follow Scrubalicious on Instagram for updates on the brand and new scents coming soon.

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