My Favorite Cruelty Free Things: Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub

Hey Everyone! I love shopping, makeup, and hair products.  My husband will tell you that I partake of these fun things often.  😉

That’s why I thought it would be fabulous to share my cruelty free makeup, beauty, hair, and glam finds with all of you as a weekly feature on my blog!

I promise that MY beauty finds will always be (to the best of my knowledge:)

  • Cruelty free (no animal testing or animal by-products)
  • Not tested on animals when sold in the US
  • Something that I have absolutely, unequivocally used/tried myself
  • Have the leaping bunny approval from PETA or similar organizations.  In lieu of that I will find research that certifies a cruelty free company position
  • A product that I have reviewed on Influenster, so check me out there too!  🙂
Bunny VS. Corn on the Cob
Don’t test products on bunnies, feed them corn on the cob instead.  🙂

Now I have to choose the 1st product to kick off this series.  No pressure of course.

Something I use everyday AND I am rushing to replace when I start to see the bottom of the tub:  my Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub!

My 1st introduction to Tree Hut Shea was by chance while I was shopping for toiletries and needed a good sloughing scrub for the skin on my arms.  This was even before I was in the know about choosing cruelty free bath and beauty products.  I was drawn to the solid packaging of Tree Hut.  For some reason, it stood out on the shelf and when I removed the lid to smell the Coconut Lime Shea Sugar Scrub, I was instantly reminded of my time in Hawaii.  I was sold and became a lifelong customer!

Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrub Coconut Lime
I used the Coconut Lime one for over a year before I branched out to other scents.


It doesn’t matter which scrub you choose, they all smell amazing!  I’ve tried the Coconut Lime as mentioned above, as well as the Moroccan Rose, the Lychee and Plum, and the Lavender and Chamomile which is sadly discontinued.  🙁

It is a thick, gritty formula and works well when paired with a loofah or puff.  It’s the last thing I do in the shower and I can feel it sloughing off the dead skin cells from my arms and back.  It leaves a slight glow to my skin and I find my arms especially soft for a while after showering.

They do NOT have the PETA bunny on their packaging, but I did research their company and they talk about their cruelty free and plant based status a lot of on their FAQ page.


I usually do Target!

But I’ve seen a growing selection at Walmart, Publix, and of course Amazon.

Have you used the Tree Hut Shea Sugar Scrubs before?  Let me know what you thought in the comments below. 












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