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Weekly routines can become sacred rituals—from watching the big game or tackling the monster Sunday crossword. Add this facial scrub to your list of sacrosanct (and productive) pursuits. Formulated with exfoliating walnut shell powder, plus honey and botanical extracts, it revitalizes your complexion and improves skin's texture with each use. As for 51-across? Well, thats all you.
I have oily prone skin and this scrub smelled weird, didn't lather up, and it just didn't do anything for me. I love the Baxter lip balm though! ;)1
Warning! I was allergic to this brand. Test it on your arm before you put it on your face. (I've never been allergic to a face product before.)1
An identical twin to the Apricot face scrub from St. Ives. The extremely sharp walnut shell grit is not good for your face, as it leaves micro incisions on your skin an actually aids the aging process. I don't mind scrubs if they have smoother grit, but this is ridiculous. I'm not trying to get dried latex paint off of my face, just slough off some dead skin. Would not recommend.1
This stuff is basically like rubbing dirt on your face. The sample size was also terrible.1
Exfoliation should be gentle - this scrub was far too harsh, leaving mu skin red and irritated.
Not to say it won;t be good for anyone else, but it's not for me.
This stuff is for sanding alabaster or wood - somewhere between a 60-80 grit texture. Too rough for me.1
I've used many exfoliants and this is the roughest one I've ever tried. It can't be good for your skin, even using it only once a week seems like way too much. It smells nice though!1
i don't use scrubs on my face, my skin is rather dry, i tried a small sample and it's not something i'd personally use1
I do not use facial wash, exfoliator or lotions. this product was not for me.1
Did not care for the scent of this and the container the sample came in and the size of scrubbing particles.. too large1