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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.
My sample was rock hard. I had to use a tool to get the product out of the jar. The smell was so fresh and clean although, did not work at all. I used a toner after washing my face. The cotton ball came away so dirty, I had to re-wash my face.1
Suki's Exfoliate Foaming Cleanses smelled delicious and felt great on my skin. It was difficult to get out of the tiny container though, then I had to keep going back because it wasn't enough.
I loved the face that the ingredients were so natural, however my skin is sensitive to oils & I broke out almost immediately. So ladies beware!
I started off liking this product, but it proved way too harsh for my sensitive skin. Not sure what made it happen, but I started getting dry patches on my chin after beginning to use this product (nothing else in my regimen changed). Then the patches became scabbed and weepy! Bad news. I stopped using it and they went away. I won't use it anymore. Just be careful.1
This product made my skin soft at first but after a couple hours I noticed all these little bumps everywhere! They weren't red anything they just sort of appeared and it took days for them to go away. I'm certain it's because of this product. Maybe it works for some but for me I think it was much too hard1
I did not like the texture of the product. You had to get it wet before rubbing it on your skin....I feel like it was not as effective as a scrub or foam soap.1
the positive was the smell. The negative was everything else. The sample was so small you could barely put a finger in. There wasn't enough to put on an arm to evaluate it's use. This was a waste of time.1
My sample was all dried up and hard. I couldn't use it at all. Not happy. :( For what it's worth, it smelled good.1
It had a tingling sensation. I found it very abrasive on my skin. I would not recommend it to others.1
I get that it is an exfoliator and all that, however when I took the first blob out it felt like sand between my fingers and was a little sticky. Added water and it was still too rough for my skin. I felt like I was rubbing sandpaper over my face! The smell was nice but there is absolutely no way I would put this stuff anywhere NEAR my eyes to take off makeup. I'd be afraid I'd rub holes in my eyelids!1
Suki would probably be a great exfoliant, the way a pumice stone is, but the product arrived as hard as a rock and didn't foam, even when I put water directly in the jar. One star because it smelled nice, but that's all.1