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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 smells amazing, feels amazing and is a cool concept! I looked forward to washing my face with it and was sad when it ran out.5
I love this thing! It smells like a very natural citrus and washes away very easily, unlike other exfoliators I've tried in the past.
Just applying a little bit will foam up to cover a large area. The sugar may be a little rough for those who are more used to exfoliating beads, but I personally love it. I can feel it taking away dead skin as I rub it into my skin.
This product was very fun! Has a great smell and I like that it lathers and exfoliates at the same time!4
the cleanser had a nice foaming consistency, it did not dry out the skin on my face, nice product4
I liked the exfoliation and scrub, however there was hardly any scent at all and virtually no "foam".3
Love it! I will def try to purchase this product. I love how clean my face feels after using it.5
i love the texture and scent of this scrub as well as the foaminess of it and how it leaves my skin feeling!5
The smell and texture are unbeatable. Left my skin feeling clean. I could see the layers being stripped away. I will be purchasing this product.5
I love citrusy smells and this is awesome. When you scrub it on your face the sugar consistancy first exfoliates then cleanses. I like how it foams as well. My biggest problem with this is the packaging. I have an issue with being in the shower, wet and reaching your finger or hand into a cleanser. It would be awesome if something like this could be in a tube where you squeeze it out. That's my only complain5
Very cleverly done -- the sugar gives you a little scrub and then dissolves, leaving you with a nice foaming facewash. I learned to start with my nose and chin, which can take the most scrubbing and need the most exfoliation; by the time I got around to my cheeks, the scrub power had mostly washed away.
The scent is gingery, pleasant while you're using it but not hanging around to compete with your perfume.
The only thing I don't like about this wash is that the tiny tub is very difficult to open with wet hands!