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Don't let fine lines, acne marks, or redness get you down. Brighten up your day and your skin with this powerful exfoliator. Papaya enzymes work to break down dead cells and even out skin tone while dermatologist-approved microderm crystals fade fine lines and acne scars. Finally, aloe vera, coconut, and vitamins B and E nourish freshly exfoliated skin to keep it free from redness or irritation, making it look like you just got a facial.
I understand that I exfoliator should be gritty to remove the dead skin cells, but I felt like I wasn't just gently exfoliating but sandblasting my skin straight off my face! For someone who needs a strong exfoliator from time to time I would say use this product. But if you are looking to lightly exfoliate on a daily or weekly basis, this is too abrasive.1
I don't always use scrubs so I very gently tried this cleanser this morning. At first my skin felt so smooth and soft. I then applied my daily vitamin C serum, went to get my coffee and thought, "huh, my face is really itchy." I went back to the mirror and the entire bottom half of my face was bright red. I spent 10 minutes splashing with cool water, spraying with rose water and applying a calming moisturizer to get it to settle. Not for me!1
I didn't see a difference at ALL nothing changed from before to after1
I already have a product that I use for this purpose and I do not plan on changing it unless it is a mind-blowing product.1
Only tried it once my fave felt like it was on fire the entire time. I guess my skin is to sensitive.1
very abrasive and didn't help my skin at all with breakouts though it didn't dry my skin out.1
I broke out the same day. Also lacks suds, I noticed I need that!1
This made my face really red; it was really rough.1
I tried using this gently and it scratched my face - dried it way out. not good for sensitive skin, or dry skin. I had to immediately moisturize after using to stop it from feeling so dry.
I have already received this product and don't want it again. I didn't like it the first time either1