Chocolate has always formed an integral part of social life. There have been movies made of it, songs written about it and is even considered to be somewhat of an aphrodisiac.

We all love chocolate. Be that in a liquid drink (hot chocolate or chocolate milkshake) or in the solid form; A block of chocolate.

The cocoa bean, where chocolate comes from, dates back to 200BC. In nowadays Mexico, the first recorded usage of the cocoa bean was used as a medicine.

It wasn’t until 1847 that Joseph Fry “discovered that he could make a moldable chocolate paste by adding melted cacao butter back into Dutch cocoa. By 1868, a little

company called Cadbury was marketing boxes of chocolate candies in England.”

Hence, the chocolate bar as we know it, was born.

Unfortunately, we have been customed to believe that chocolate is fattening. And for that very reason, that chocolate is bad for you. And it gives you pimples.

Chocolate is one thing. But if you add to it stress, hormonal changes, and lack of hygiene, then yes, it is bad for your skin. Consequently, teenagers are going to have an acne reaction to chocolate.

However, Graceful Lilly Body Scrubs is all about skin. And that’s the real reason you’re reading this blog.

So, let’s cut to the chase. The benefits.

Well, there is good news, for all of the chocaholics out there. It’s not as bad for you as we have been accustomed to believing.

Chocolate, especially the dark variety, is full of antioxidants. We all know that antioxidants are good for your skin. So if eaten in moderation, chocolate isn’t that bad for you. When used topically, it’s amazing!

The real essence of this post is to discover what the BENEFITS are of smothering yourself in this sweet.

You see, when we smother it all over our skin, we get, close to, the satisfaction we get from eating it. Using chocolate as a scrub, of course, means that we don’t have the guilt feeling of the aftermath of extra kilograms or nasty acne.

So, when it comes to smothering yourself with the treat, its benefits are far-reaching. But, please don’t eat the scrub. You must resist the temptation.

“Even dermatologists agree applying chocolate on your face can make you glow”

But, the glow as we know it is the relief we get from smothering chocolate all over our bodies. This decadent pleasure really gets our imagination going. We sink into a world far from the stresses of work or mortgages. It puts out psyche into a world where time stops. We can simply lie back in our bathtub, with the relation music playing and forget everything.

This is the core of Graceful Lilly’s Chocolate Scrub Simply take the phone off the hook and indulge yourself for an hour, or so.

Time can wait.

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