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Basic face wash is fine for dealing with oil and dirt but it’s useless against blackheads, razor burn, and flaky skin. That’s why we like this daily face scrub, which helps to deeply clean pores and heal ingrown hairs. The paraben-free formula, winner of the Men’s Health “Best Face Scrub” award in 2011, also has natural ingredients that keep skin hydrated.
I thought this was going to be just another face wash. It's way better, it even cleaned off the soap residue from my shaving soap.5
This product works well. I like the smell as well. I would definitely buy this product in the future. I recommend4
A great texture, not too gritty, seemed to be perfect to me. The smell is awesome, my face is clean.5
it seems to help a bit in reducing razor burn when I wash with this before and after shaving. I like it.4
I've used drugstore scrubs with varying effects. This scrub didn't strip my skin and dry it out. It helped smooth out a few bumps and left my face feeling fresh after use. I highly recommend.5
this wasn't a favorite product. while i think it did a good job cleaning and exfoliating, it left my skin feeling a bit dry (admittedly I have sensitive skin.)3
This product has a great feel that isn't overly harsh. It has an exfoliating effect that isn't overpowering. A nice balanced product.4
I really don' t have a lot of hope for facial scrub. It seems like so many are just soap with grit.. some even hurt. This product however was perfect. I kept rubbing my face all day and marveling at the texture. Get this back in stock!5
This is a great moisturizer and it also is perfect for travel and stocking stuffers. Overall this is a great product!4
This product seemed to leave my face dry after use and did not have much in the way of scent. I've bought other products from stores that left a better result I think. The product did not seem to lather much and felt rather pasty.2