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We never used to look forward to scrubbing, but all that changed when we found this natural exfoliating cleanser. It keeps skin looking fresh and smooth without the irritation of other sloughs. The star ingredient is rice starch, which binds with water molecules to banish dirt and dead skin.
Full of irritating ingredients. I knew I shouldn't have put this on my face. After one try my face was extremely irritated, red, and swollen. There is nothing gentle about this product, in fact, it's dangerously harsh.1
I have been using a prescription dermatology product and my skin is dry and flakey. I was excited to get rid of the dead skin with this new gentle dermabrasion. The good news is my skin wasn't irritated by the product, but if you got this near your eyes, or god forbid in your eyes you'll want to throw this sample right in the garbage. Whatever they use as the exfoliator feels like chunky pieces in a sea of lotion and I am not a big fan of that. I prefer a finer exfoliation. I wouldn't recommend this to anyone.1
I've used origins masks and moisturizers before, but this was my first time using an exfoliater from them. It felt like my skin was burning, and my face was very warm for awhile after using it. And even though I didn't have it near my eyes, it made my eyes sting too. This product did not get along with my skin.1
I love Origins products, but this dermabrasion is just to harsh on my sensitive skin. Not matter how lightly I rub it, my face is always left red. Any other additional products, I put on to my skin that day seems to increase the agitation, even if they would normally not bother my skin.1
There aren't enough scrubbing beads and the bits they do have aren't very rough. Doesn't exfoliate at all and it doesn't rinse of cleanly. Smells good but it isn't very effective.1
I'm not expert, but based on what my dermatologist had told me, I don't feel like this product is good for my skin. The fact that it's made by Origins makes you think it is, but I have been told by my dermatologist not to use exfoliators with large chunks in them. When I read that the tube said "natures microdermabrasion" I thought it would be a micro-bead exfoliator, which is the only kind I've been advised to use. But it was definitely not. It reminded me of St. Ives apricot scrub, which I used for years and recently stopped because I heard it's horrible for you skin.1
I found this "exfoliator" to be more of a slightly gritty paste rather than a sloughing exfoliator. I like my scrubs to have a super fine grit to them in a creamy base. This feels like I was putting oatmeal on my face. It doesn't smell very good, either.1
This was hard to completely wash away and it honestly did not leave my face feeling any cleaner. Smelled odd too.2
Not a big fan of this product as I don't like that it's very sticky and hard to remove from face & hands. Plus I don't like the smell. I recommend if you're going to use this product use it in the shower2
I found this product way to creamy for a dermabrasion. I believe dermabrasions and exfoliates should be a little more grittier. I found that it left a film behind too. It also burned my eyes and kinda strung. If you're looking for a gentle exfoliator I guess this would be ok but overall I just thought it was a creamy cleanser with little chunks of hard stuff.2