Almond Flour (Exfoliant)

Almond Flour (Exfoliant)

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Almond Flour is used in cosmetic applications as a gentle exfoliant for the skin. It is used extensively in Ayurvedic skin care regimens and traditional Indian ubtans. Blend Almond Flour with other powdered grains, nuts, milk, honey, spices and herbs to create skin nourishing scrubs. Blend the dry ingredients with hydrosols, milk, honey, or heavy cream and apply to the skin. To make a traditional ubtan, blend equal parts Almond Flour, Chickpea Flour and Rice Bran Powder and combine with smaller portions of Milk Powder, Rose Petal Powder, Sandalwood Powder, and ground spices. Make a paste with heavy cream and apply to skin. The ubtan should be massaged into the skin until it dries and rubs off. Ubtan treatments leave skin feeling unbelievably soft.

Origin: US
INCI: Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) Nut Flour
Extraction Method: Milled and Blanched
Shelf Life: 1 Year


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Wholesale Pricing: [wholesale pricing info]
  4 wt oz., $8.22
  8 wt oz., $13.11
  1 lb., $22.89
  5 lbs., $105.89
  25 lbs., $486.75 * ^ Temporarily Out of Stock
  50 lbs., $892.38 * ^ Temporarily Out of Stock

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Rating: 5 out of 5

Reviewed By: Molly

Posted: Monday, June 24, 2013

Location: St. Charles, IL

Comments: Very nice quality. I ill definitely order this again!


Rating: 5 out of 5

Reviewed By: Gabrielle

Posted: Monday, January 30, 2012

Location: Wexford, PA

Comments: This product may not be glamorous, but it is great! I can use this in body scrubs and face scrubs - I also use almond meal a lot in cooking and this is cheaper than the grocery store for me! I use it in everything outside and inside my body!


Rating: 5 out of 5

Reviewed By: Marcia

Posted: Monday, November 01, 2010

Location: Pearce, AZ

Comments: I made almond cold process soap by using almond oil, almond scent & your almond flour. The soap is very soft and soothing to the skin. I was amazed by how the almond flour blended in with no clumping. I will always make my soap with the addition of the almond flour instead of the ground almond I was using. It is much nicer on the skin.


Rating: 5 out of 5

Reviewed By: Kelli

Posted: Friday, September 18, 2009

Location: Virginia Beach, VA

Comments: I like the Almond Flour, but not for what I originally bought it for to go with my face mask. I think I'm going to use it in one of my facial scrubs. I really like the quality of this Almond Flour... Definitely a 5!



Total Number of Ratings: 5
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