Did you know that the exfoliating glove, which is extremely beneficial for your skin, is the traditional Turkish beauty tool? Applying a scrub after a hot bath facilitates blood circulation in the body, giving comfort and purifying our bodies from dead skin.The miraculous exfoliating glove (also known as the bath glove) has an important place in Turkish history. From the Ottoman era to the present day, these gloves have been used not only in our country but around the world.

Remove dead skin!

Prevents Acne

Scrubbing with the exfoliating glove helps open the pores of the skin, thus preventing acne formation and balancing the oils on the skin.

Eliminate Cellulite

By massaging parts of the body with cellulite, blood circulation is accelerated from the stimulation. This accelerated blood flow causes the skin to come alive and tighten, which makes the cellulite start to disappear.

Heals Stretch Marks

Exfoliating improves lymph circulation to help eliminate toxins, and it also helps sebaceous and sweat glands to function better while removing dead skin. The result of this is to give you smooth, soft, and blemish-free skin to heal stretch marks more quickly.

This is AMAZING!!!!!!

I am so happy with this glove. I suffer from extremely dry skin on my body and I feel like I've tried every magic potion in the world - but most have failed me. But this glove is amazing!!!! One use an my skin feels and looks great! I can't say enough good things about it. Try it! You won't be disappointed!

Serene on Mar 17, 2021

Makes me feel younger and GLOWING!!!

I first bought the triple buddle for my niece for a birthday gift. She loved it so much and told me such great things about how it made her skin feel.. I had to try it. I choose the double bundle for myself and WOW what a great product. I can see the difference in my 46 year old skin. I used it on my legs and I can visible see the dead skin fall off and my legs feel smoother and look younger! I would highly recommend this product! I will be a life long customer for sure.

Paula Irby on Mar 26, 2021