Apricot Scrub, 6 oz.
get what you pay for
people stop all the blabber you get what you pay for you pay a dollar you get a product that is worth a dollar
April 20, 2013
not happy with this product
im usually happy about trying cheaper alternatives for things, because i usually use the st. ives facial scrub. But this, does not have nearly enough exfoliating beads in it. Also, i do not like the texture, my face didnt feel refreshed after using it, will stick to the st. ives.
March 18, 2013
I've been using the name brand and occasional store brand version of this product for years. This is NOTHING compared to them at all. I'm usually not very negative and I like to give most products, especially bargain ones, the benefit of the doubt. This one unfortunately misses the mark. It smells aweful, does not have nearly as much grit as the other brands, and worst of all- it leaves a weird greasy coat on your face. YUCK! In this case, stick with what you know.
February 8, 2013
It seems I agree with a lot of the reviewers. I usually buy St. Ives or DG brand Apricot scrub. I think the DG brand is 3 dollars and is a slightly watered down version of the St. Ives brand. THIS however- is nothing like those. One of its first ingredients is petroleum jelly.... Um.... Why? After you use it- it feels like you just coated your face with petroleum jelly... Greasy. The smell: Some one mentioned that it smelled similar to play doh. I can see that- but when I first smelled it - I had a gag reflex because it reminded me of that pink penicillin the doctor gave when you were a kid.
January 16, 2013