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Now that you're grown up, sugary cereal is a no-no. Sugary face cleanser, on the other hand, gets a resounding yes. Infused with lemongrass and chamomile, this cleanser gets rid of dirt and oil while gently exfoliating layers of skin with nonabrasive sugar. (The alpha hydroxy acids in raw sugar gently buff away dead layers and excess oils without stripping your skin of its natural moisture.) You'll immediately notice how refreshed your skin feels, not to mention how good the clean, subtle scent of zesty lemon smells. Unlike Lucky Charms, this sweet stuff is good for you.
This product seemed to work great. It made my skin feel really clean. The sample was so small though that I was only able to try it out a few times. And this seems very expensive for the amount you get.5
This cleanser smells citrusy and left my skin feeling refreshed and smooth5
I love that this product cleanses AND exfoliates! the product helps improve my skin, while leaving it feeling so smooth after exfoliation. Loved the calming chamomile scent!5
I loved the way this product activates and foams up with warm water. It was gentle and effective and the light lemony scent was very refreshing.5
I did not like this product as it made my face feel very dry after using it.2
My favorite thing about this product was the smell! It is absolutely fantastic. I have to be careful about exfoliates because they tend to dry me out easily. I stick to them once a week and I think I will get two uses out of this sample. Not sure that I love it enough to buy... but was excited to try it!3
Great exfoliator, smells great and leaves my skin feeling fresh afterwards.5
refreshing and clarifying— skin feels soft and invigorated4
The scent was perfect and it made my face feel super clean. I only needed to use a small amount which was surprising!5
This was one of the worst quality products I've tried in awhile. The scent is like lemon pine-sol. It is gritty, but the grit disappears seconds after adding water (is it sugar? It might be sugar). The worst part is the "after-scent" of cheap soap (you know, the type you get in a budget hotel). It makes me wonder about the quality of ingredients they use...to me, it seems this product is a combo of a little pine-sol, crushed up hotel soap, and some sugar. Does nothing else for me.1