: to disperse in an emulsion, emulsify an oil also: to convert (two or more immiscible liquids) into an emulsion. (Like oil and water)
Unlike sugar scrubs made with only oils and sugar, emulsified sugar scrubs become a creamy exfoliating lotion upon contact with water, leaving no oily residue, but only soft, supple skin behind.
Emulsified sugar scrubs are gentle exfoliating products that slough off dead skin to reveal soft and supple skin. Oils, butters, stearic acid, beeswax and emulsifying wax are first melted on low heat until all ingredients are liquid. ... White granulated sugar provides the scrubbiness for emulsified sugar scrubs
An Emulsified Sugar Scrub is a thicker, creamier blend than traditional scrubs made with oils. They have added moisturizers and allow for a smoother spread on the body. Plus, they make less mess and rinse away without leaving any oily residue. They are used the same way as regular oil-based scrubs.