Virgin Coconut Oil Sugar Scrub

Combining 'organically Fiji grown' Virgin Coconut Oil and and Queensland Raw Sugar

Natural Sugar Scrub Natural Tropical Spice Sugar Scrub
                 Sugar Scrub Tropical Spice Sugar Scrub

280 grams

Banaban Virgin Coconut Oil Sugar Scrub is made with raw cane sugar and 100% pure Virgin Coconut oil. It contains no added fragrance and retains a natural sweet coconut aroma.

Banaban Virgin Coconut Oil 'TROPICAL SPICE' Sugar Scrub is made with raw cane sugar and 100% pure Virgin Coconut oil and the natural spices:  Cinnamon, Cloves and Ginger.


Gently rub the rich blend of Fiji frown Virgin Coconut Oil and Queensland grown sugar onto the skin and then rinse with warm water. Unlike many other scrubs on the market Banaban Virgin Coconut Oil Sugar Scrub does not leave the skin feeling greasy.  Suitable for all skin types from the most sensitive and delicate complexions to tradesmen hard working hands.


The raw sugar cleanses away the dead skin while the Virgin Coconut Oil leaves the skin feeling soft and moisturised. Raw cane sugar is one of nature's best exfoliates, leaving skin feeling super soft and with a  healthy-looking glow.


These all natural body scrubs will help increase the 'friendly bacteria' on the skin and will not destroy the natural pH balance which is necessary to promote healthy skin.

These all natural products are suitable for the entire family.


BANABAN Virgin Coconut Oil is extracted from fresh organically grown Fiji coconuts with the least amount of processing so that the natural vitamin E, antioxidants and fresh coconut "essence" are retained. Direct from our tropical plantations in Fiji.

This cold press Virgin Coconut Oil is  is not copra derived. Coconut oil has been used by Pacific Islanders for centuries as a major part of their diet and for everyday usage. It has long been considered as 'The Tree of Life!'   High in valuable Lauric Acid.





Our Banaban product range supports the Banaban people of Fiji and Banaba Island. To learn more about the Banabans and why they are known as the 'Forgotten People of the Pacific' - Click here!