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This scrub-cleanser hybrid is gritty enough to remove dead skin, yet gentle enough to nourish what’s underneath. Hydrating as it exfoliates, it includes sunflower glycerides and lactic acid to downplay aging and sun damage. Rich in skin-brightening antioxidants, this formula even lifts stubble to prep skin for shaving and prevent ingrown hairs.
This was not a good sample for me. Something about Billy Jealousy products do not agree with me so I cannot give a good rating.1
I am a hugh fan of this product. Not to aggressive and does a great job. If you care about your face, you need to use this produce a couple time a week.1
I am sure this works for some - made me breakout after one use. I usually do not have a problem - feel it was the product.1
Just not into the gritty texture. Even though it's not that rough, it still just feels irritating.1
I've used industrial strength pumice hand soaps before that have had less grit.1
However I am not a fan of the ingredients. Maybe remove the hydrogenated oil and I might consider purchasing.1
I liked the body moisturizer by this company, but this exfoliater irritated my skin. So, I hate to pan it, but I broke out like crazy and nothing I've ever tried has done that to me, and I'm well past pimple age. Since it's a sample, you should try for yourself, but this was not a good product for my skin type (normal to dry).1
This is a great product love this line of products refreshing and clean a pleasure to to use in the morning!1
I tried this and it actually hurt my face. It is definitely not for me or my skin.1
I didn't see any benefit over other brands of Facewash that are a fraction of the price, in fact I much prefer the Neutrogena Men's face wash which is about $5.99 for a 5.1 oz bottle compared to this product. Also I really dislike the Billy Jealousy sample packaging, you're lucky if you can get 2 uses out of it, without have to use vise grips to squeeze the bottle.1