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While we’re sometimes on the fence about consuming grapefruit (that bitter aftertaste!), we have unequivocally embraced it in our skincare routines. Yes To™’s Grapefruit line is designed to even out skin tone, resulting in a brighter, clearer, more luminous complexion. The Daily Facial Scrub gently exfoliates away dead skin cells, leaving skin soft, silky-smooth, and moisturized.
I received a sample of this in my box. I liked the feel of it, but I would like to try it more before I commit to buying a full size. I didn't notice immediate results with the serum, but I expect with prolonged use I would. The scrub was nice, but nothing amazing.3
I liked it, but it's not for me. It just doesn't stand up to the classic St. Ives Apricot scrub.1
Worked well, just nothing special to report. Plus, there really wasn't enough product to get a good gauge on the product--great smell and served its purpose, though!4
i dont like overly scented facial scrubs i normally just use a clean scent like neutrogena. i havent tried the dark spot3
I loved the scrub, but not the serum. The scrub made my skin look great. I found the serum left a sticky residue on my skin. Didn't like that at all...5
I love, love, love the smell of this product- unlike their cucumber line. The scrub is light and doesn't leave my skin red or blotchy like other scrubs. I already own it, and I'll continue to use it!5
I found this to be a pretty good product, but nothing amazing. I could take it or leave it. I also had a hard time with the small and tough plastic packaging... had to cut it open...3
I love this scrub and serum! The grapefruit smells wonderful and my skin feels great after using it!5
I liked the scrub. Smells good and skin feels good after using. Hard to tell if it reduces dark spots though.4
I was not particularly impressed with the facial scrub, it was a little too astringent for my skin type. The serum I liked, I put it on after washing my face at night so that it could soak in overnight. However, my sample was not large enough to see any real improvement before I ran out.1