Body Scrub Exfoliating Gloves with Top Rating Relaunch On Amazon

SMITCO has recently announced the official re-launch of its popular exfoliating gloves on Amazon. With close to nine hundred reviews, this shower accessory is currently a top rated product in its category.

Belton, MO, United States - July 22, 2019 —

Body scrub exfoliating gloves by SMITCO, the brand behind premium gifts for girls, home and beauty products, have recently relaunched on Amazon. These gloves are currently amongst the top rated products in the category of bathing accessories on the expansive marketplace, with almost nine hundred Amazon reviews.

For more information about SMITCO’s body scrub exfoliating gloves and its line of products, visit

SMITCO body scrub exfoliating gloves are meant for use in the shower or bath, and they are designed to eliminate dry, flaky or dead skin cells, the company says.

According to a senior SMITCO spokesperson, “Our body scrub exfoliating gloves, one of our best sellers, help rejuvenate the health of your skin. They work on ingrown hairs, as well as itchy, bumpy and dry skin. They have been carefully designed to effectively remove harmful toxins from your body and may even improve blood circulation.”

SMITCO says that its exfoliating gloves are suitable for normal, dry, oily, and combination skin. Users can lather up the body scrub exfoliator gloves in soaps, gels, and non-abrasive beauty products. The company states that the mitt does not cause irritation to sensitive skin because of its moderate coarseness, and can be used on external body parts such as arms, legs, chest, and back. SMITCO recommends using the glove two to three times a week, and following it up with a rich lotion or cream.

According to the brand, each pack of exfoliating mitts contains four pairs of gloves designed to scrub away dead cells and make the skin softer. The shower gloves are stretchable, can fit almost all hand sizes, and stay in place with several rows of elastic carefully designed around the wrist area. SMITCO says this helps prevent the glove from falling off during use. Entirely machine washable, the company says its gloves can be reused for two to three months.

In her Amazon review, an impressed customer states:

“These gloves have been life changing! I no longer have ingrown hair, flakey skin or chicken skin. Regular use for 3 months will show best results. As a busy professional and mom of two kids I needed something that was simple to use and did not require extra time. I just wear the gloves when I get in the shower and use them to scrub my skin. I use them every single day and I am on my last pair now, so they last a long time.”

To find out more about SMITCO’s line of products, please visit the company’s Amazon storefront or official website.






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