Jeannie in a Bottle Hand & Body Sugar Scrub

Jeannie in a Bottle Hand & Body Sugar Scrub

Jeannie in a Bottle Hand & Body Sugar Scrub

If you found a genie in a bottle, as the story goes, you would be granted three wishes. And when the genie was looking you straight in the eye, you could certainly wish for younger looking skin. We like to dream as much as the next guy, but let’s face it, your wishes for nourishing hydration that will leave your skin glowing are much more likely to be granted with our Jeannie in a Bottle Hand & Body Sugar Scrub.  

Our signature blend of essential oils makes Jeannie in a Bottle one of our most popular exfoliating sugar scrubs. The use of watermelon seed essential oil, which is rich in linoleic and oleic acids as well as Omega 6 and Omega 9 essential fatty acids, also makes it one of our most refreshing and hydrating organic sugar scrubs.

A mix of white and brown sugar provides the foundation for gentle exfoliation, which will remove the dull, dry outermost layer of your skin. Preparing your skin to receive the nourishing moisture delivered in our proprietary blend of essential oils.  

Jeannie In A Bottle Essential Oil Sugar Scrub

In addition to the refreshing watermelon seed oil, Jeannie in a Bottle Body & Hand Sugar Scrub, also features:

  • Spearmint essential oil, which may reduce swelling due to nerve or muscle pain, and
  • Eucalyptus essential oil, which will allow you to breathe easier with its anti-inflammatory properties.

Put them all together and you have a natural sugar body scrub that smells magical and is gentle enough for use on your face, hands and body.  

The History of Genies

As for that wish-granting genie, John Bardenelli offers a delightful history of The Origin of the Genie in the Lamp.

Apparently, he tells us, “Genies, or jinn as the Arabic word is Romanized, come from a long line of mythological creatures dating back to 2400 BC.” They weren’t always particularly helpful or even nice. The friendly version that has become popularized today is based on legends from Palmyra, where Bardenelli tells us, a “gny” was seen as something of a guardian angel.

“The Latin word genii refers to these benevolent attending spirits, not their sinister cousins,” he goes on to say. “The singular form of genii is genius, which is certainly a familiar word to all the lovely folks reading this article. Back in the day, people who were intelligent, creative and talented attributed those qualities to their genius, their guardian spirit.”

And, of course, nourishing your skin with a natural sugar facial scrub from your favorite online sugar scrub store, will be an act of pure genius!

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