Jan 10, 2013
Do or dont? Ive heard equally good and bad on this.. How the harsh granules microtear your skin! What are ure thoughts (or experience!)
Hi, I use this, my thoughts r good. I have oily skin and this just clears away all the oil and has helped me with the breakout of spots.
Ugh I hate how this scrub keeps coming up. Whether it works for you or not it doesn't change the fact that it is MICROCUTTING your skin. I used it for years and it didn't make my acne any worse but it didn't make it better either once I learned about what it really does in school I stop using it and my skin has cleared up amazingly. The main reason I stopped using it is that when its cuts your skin it's contributing to PREMATURE AGING! And I'm only 21 so that's a big no no I don't want to age fast at all. So all these people that keep saying that it works for them can be correct but that doesn't change the fact that there cutting up there face and aging themselves so when there 30 complaining that there aging horribly and people keep saying they look in the 40s it's not bad genes its what they did to there skin all by themselves!
Would you take a razor and cut your face a million times? No? Well that scub does the same thing. Leave it alone!
Hi I have this and it's amazing (:
Apricot scrub I's only meant to be used 3-4 times a week, not everyday. A lot of people love it, its a best seller. Use sparingly
I use the cleanser not the scrub :/ I like it
im a beauty therapist and work closely with dermatologists and st ives is one of the worst things u can use! really harsh! if u want to exfoliate try dermalogica microfoliant or clinique 7day scrub once or twice per week.clinique claryfying lotion is a liquid exfoliant that doesnt scratch the skin but see a consultant to skin type you first :)
My dad has used it for years, he has great skin. I'm not sure how different men's facial skin is to woman. Just a thought though.
I'm a licensed Esthetician and have heard from numerous teachers and dermatologists that this scrub I horrible for your skin. It isn't finely granulated like an exfoliant should be. It's more like kernels. They end up tearing your skin so In the LNG run it's actually causing more damage than anything. You may have great skin when you use it but over time you're doing more damage than correcting. Use it on your hands, feet, etc. Also, you should only be exfoliating 2-3x/week. Over exfoliation strips the skin causing the skin to be unbalanced. When that happens the skin produces more oil.
I'm 31 and use it 3x week. I personally like it and I get asked for id for cigarettes and alcohol when u need to be 16 for cigarettes. I'm happy and that's what counts.
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