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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.
I'm stepping off the corner pharmacy shelf selection, gradually. So far, this is the best facial exfoliate wash that I have tried.5
it was fairly rough but the feeling after a wash was wonderful4
the only wash that wrks on my face, it really gets in there and give your face a great clean.5
This scrub is great but very intense and lives up to its name. I pair it with the White Knight facial cleanser because the LiquidSand still leaves me a little greasy feeling. If you have sensitive skin be careful not to use it too often.4
I read that some thought this was too abrasive, but I think it's just right. I sue it every other day, and now my skin feels much smoother. Looks a bit brighter also.5
This is nice to use in combination with a gentle bar.4
This feels like plastic scratching your face with the scent of a body spray from 7th grade. A cheap product that will cause more harm than good.1
You don't need to exfoliate everyday so this is gentle enough to use every other day, and it feels amazing. It gets rid off dead skin allowing new, fresh and healthy skin to grow. Plus it is a huge bottle so I am stocked up for a while.5
Good product -- great clean feeling afterwards, pleasant scent, but the sand grain is very fine -- a little bit got in my eye and was both very painful and difficult to get out (though eventually was able to flush). Not to say I wouldn't still use this product, but with caution.4
Not bad, but a bit too rough for my taste, plus it doesn't foam up the way I'd like, and there's not much of a scent to speak of. If you just want a straight-up exfoliation, this might be your jam.3