200 ml


* Unique blend of Canadian Saskatchewan Manitou salts and  New Zealand Manuka oil
* No chemical preservatives, dyes, colours.  Nothing bad.
* Cleans, exfoliates, sloughs off dead skin cells, unclogs pores
* Excellent on acne prone skin, dryness, itchiness, eczema, psoriasis
* Can be used gently as a facial or an all over body scrub, or bath soak

How to Use:

Stir in oils may that have risen to the top (happens in natural blends)
* As a facial: Generally used once a week. In shower or at sink, remove some of the salts with the small spoon and massage gently onto the face for a minute or so.  Rinse off.
* As a body scrub:  In shower or bath, gently massage onto skin. Can be used all over. About once a week
* In bath: Add 1-2 tbsp to bath water.  Soak and relax


* A wonderful addition to the Skin Management Program
* Avoid water splashing into scrub to extend shelf life.  Water contaminates.
* After stirring, remove a few tablespoons to be used over a 1-2 week period to a small container to leave in shower or bath   Leave remainder in fridge to extend shelf life.
* Store in fridge and bring into bathroom for ‘spa time’.
* Testimonials say that our Manitouka Scrub is the absolute best scrub ever.  Makes a great gift

Storage and travel:

* Can be stored in bathroom if used up within a few months
* In fridge, shelf life can be extended 6 months to a year (without water contamination)
* Remove some salts to a smaller container for bath use and leave remainder in fridge. 
* When travelling, make sure top is secure.  Best to place in baggie for air travel.


If you have a skin condition like acne, eczema, or psoriasis it is best to consult a health care professional. Your naturopath can help you understand the importance of avoiding chemicals and synthetics in both food consumption and body care.

All ingredients for this product

  • Dead Sea Salt,
  • Apricot Oil,
  • Manitou Salts,
  • Argan Oil,
  • Manuka Oil,
  • Chia Seeds,
  • Lavender,
  • Sweet Orange,
  • Lemon,
  • Lemonseed Extract

Dead Sea Salt (sodium chloride) At 394 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the most saline rich natural body of water in the world. Rich in minerals, (calcium, sodium, bromine, potassium, magnesium) the Salts found along the shore are unique in character and famous for their soothing and cleansing properties. 

Apricot Oil (prunus armeniaca) is a light textured oil that protects, moisturizes, nourishes & softens the skin. High in oleic, linoleic acids and rich in vitamins A & B, this oil is ideal for mature, sensitive skin that is dry or itchy. Popular because it is readily absorbed and does not leave a film, this oil makes the skin soft, promotes cell renewal and firms the tissue. Does NOT clog pores. 

Manitou Salts (sodium chloride) come from Little Manitou Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada. The unique mineral concentration are famous for their soothing effects on the skin and body. The Manitou salts have additional quantities of magnesium and iron oxide accentuating its impressive cleansing powers. Salts exfoliate, cleanse and soothe the skin. 

Argan Oil (argania spinosa) (organic, fair trade) with its high Vitamin E content and fatty acids is an excellent form of nutrition for the skin. Ideal for chapped, or sun damaged skin, but also excellent on sensitive skin. It moisturizes, and works wonderfully on smoothing wrinkles and adding to a vibrant, healthy appearance. 

Manuka Oil (Leptospermum Scoparium) (organic) Manuka is a plant indigenous to New Zealand. This East Cape Manuka oil is an excellent addition to our cleansing scrub. It stabilizes and relaxes the skin, is gentle and soothing on dry, irritated skin, is especially helpful for sensitive skin, and helps combat body odour.

Chia Seeds (salvia hispanica seed extract) (organic, Fair Trade) are grown in the nutritious soils of the Amazon Basin in Peru and are packed with naturally occurring vitamins, minerals, and are rich in Omega 3 fatty acids. They are gluten free with no reported allergic reactions. Chia seeds make an excellent exfolliant for the skin 

Lavender (lavendula augustofolia) has a sweet, crisp scent. Lavender has a long history of cosmetic use. The name comes from the Latin ‘lavare’ which means ‘to wash’ which makes it a natural skin cleanser. It has a relaxing and calming effect. 

Sweet Orange (citrus aurantium dulcis) acid content gently dissolves grease and dirt buildup. It is beneficial and soothing to the skin. 

Lemon (citrus medica limonum) contains enzymes, which help to cleanse the skin of dead cells. Lemon is uplifting and cooling 

Lemonseed Extract (citrus medica limonum) is a bio-citrus extract used as our natural preservative. 


Connie, AB

The Manitouka Scrub is like a day at the spa. My skins just glows!!!!!.  It's just amazing, as are all your products. Thanks

MG, Dorval, QC

Earth To Body's Manitouka Scrub is wonderfully exfoliating. I 'glow' after I use it. I love the all natural ingredients, without the parabens and chemical preservatives so often found in other scrubs.”

R. W. Port Hope, ON

I've visited the therapeutic Springs in Manitou, Saskachewan and I love the fact that Earth To Body is using Canadian Salts. My skin has never been so clear and healthy looking.”


I met you at the Cabbagetown Craft Fair last September and that is the first contact I had with your products. I placed an order for your moisturizer in about November, I think, and I started using it then. I also started using the Manitouka salt scrub.

C.C London, England

I discovered Earth To Body on my vacation to Canada. My skin was dry and peeling. After one scrub it was soft and felt well nourished. I don't need any cream or lotion immediately after I used the scrub!”


This December, we had a book club meeting and one of the women sitting across from me, looked at my face carefully and said: Have you had.....a facial or something? (I think she meant more than a facial, like maybe a face lift, but she didn't want to say that!)Your skin looks great!

Lesley, Manitoba

I like the product, but likely wouldn't purchase again. I found the product a little more oily than I'm used to with other (slightly more affordable) scrubs and find myself wanting to wash my hands with soap to get the oil residue off.

Thank you for the review, Lesley. We added a substantial amount of oil to keep the salts moist until the end, and I agree, it can be a little oily, especially at the beginning.  Being natural, the oil does rise to the top, like a natural peanut butter, so stirring is necessary.  I use a little soap on the palm of my hand afterwards.  But we do hope you like the results of this all natural scrub.  The nutrition your skin is receiving is exemplary.

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