Review:: St. Ives Pink Lemon and Mandarin Orange Scrub

I’m all about scrubs, I like the way my face feels after using then and I have found them effective in combating my oily acne prone skin.   I have used the St. Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub for over ten years.  I have heard people say that the Apricot scrub is not good to use as the pieces are too big and harsh on your skin.  I have never had a problem and I personally like a “harsh” scrub, as you can feel it “working” so to speak.  I’m not a fan of scrubs where you have to search to find a scrubbie/bead.

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I believe the Pink Lemon and Mandarin Orange was added to the line in the last year and when I finished up my Apricot I decided to give this a try.  First off this smells A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!   The light citrus scent is very refreshing and a mood lifter for sure.  But we all know something can smell great and not be worth two cents once you try it (and vice versa!)  But I was not to be disappointed, it cleans and exfoliates too!

This has a more creamy texture compared to the Apricot scrub and therefore is not as harsh or “scrubbie”  (is that a word? if not I think it should be…)  Even though it is not as rough it still has exfoliating power and leaves your skin feeling soft and smooth.  This is a part of St. Ives Even and Bright line which claims to leave your skin brighter and more visibly even toned.

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The newer packaging of St. Ives scrubs has an exfoliation factor on the back of the packaging.  This is listed as moderate, the apricot is deep and the Oatmeal (which I haven’t tried) is gentle.

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One of the things I like about St. Ives is that their products are more natural and I don’t feel so bad about putting them on my skin. The Pink Lemon and Mandarin Orange scrub is…

~ Formulated without Parabens

~Hypoallergenic

~Dermatologist Tested 

~Non-Comedogenic 

Found out more about St. Ives 

 

Let me know what your favorite scrub is in the comments below… 

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