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Flaky elbows and scaly legs are no joke. This exfoliating mitt works harder than your usual washcloth to get rid of dead skin and dirt. You'll have smoother, healthier skin. Plus, it helps prevent razor bumps and ingrown hairs.
I love body exfoliating products but I'm not finding this does any better than my $1 shower poof, especially for the price. I'm going to keep testing it though to make sure I'm giving it adequate testing before making my final decision to purchase.3
I felt as though this was a throw-in in my box..And the price tag for this product is rather too high for me if I were to want another. ITS JUST A BODY MITT! :)3
Interesting shape of the mitt but I really enjoyed getting it--as it is useful and nice to use something other than a pumic or hand mitt.3
I feel like Floss Silk will be a bit misleading to most people, since Floss Silk actually comes from a tree and not cocoons. I'm a little leery of using something so rough on my face every day. I tend to use enzyme exfoliators, not the kind with grit, so I'll try it on other parts of me first.3
This was a great "extra" for the box! Who can't use an exfoliant for the shower? The product is a little rough on the skin, but then again, that is the point! I have been using the product, like it, but don't know that I would purchase it on my own. Perhaps after a while I will change my mind. I have friends who love these cloths.3
My main concern about this mitt is that is can't be machine washed, so it would have to be replaced often for sanitary reasons.3
I like this better than the music or tea samples. It's fairly rough for exfoliating so I wouldn't use it too terribly often, but that's fine.3
I got this product and initially used it incorrectly (I didn't read the directions). I first used it like a washcloth...lathered it up with soap and attempted to scrub away. I was disappointed with the results. And theeen I read the directions which include steaming up the shower, turning off the water and using the glove without any soap/water.
Now it worked! It's delicate so does not hurt your skin at all and my skin is noticeably softer. The missing one star is that it's kind of a process with steaming up the shower, scrubbing, then washing your body.
I have dry, cracked feet, and this helps me buff away dead skin in an easily controllable way, unlike pumice stones. I have eczema, and this helps me keep my skin texture smooth.4
So, the primary reason I bought the Body Mitt was to help prevent ingrown hairs and pore irritation after waxing or epilating (or occasionally shaving) my legs. Turns out, I have to be very careful when exactly I use it, because it can also CAUSE as much irritation as it PREVENTS, though the little red bumps go away much quicker. While these results have improved as I've gotten more savvy about how soon to use the mitt after hair removal, the results have remained a little mixed.
That said, for the rest of my body, it has done wonders to soften and smooth my skin, including areas (like my elbows) that are prone to drying and dead skin patches. Even if I ultimately look elsewhere for my legs, I think the Body Mitt might just hang around in my shower for that reason alone.