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Helps Exfoliate & Revitalize
With Pink Grapefruit
For All Skin Types
This non-abrasive scrub with Pink Grapefruit bursts onto skin, helping to slough off dead skin cells that make skin look dull. Massage gentle microbeads over face and neck for a revitalizing, deep-cleaning exfoliation session that promotes healthy cell renewal. Perfect for all skin types.
I loved how this scrub worked. I gently applied it to my face and the let it dry. I removed it with a warm wet rag and my skin looked fabulous. I used the travel size for the first time, and I am buying the bottle today. This is a great value. Typically I use spa products but have found that the Freeman line works better for me than my expensive brand.
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I tried this in the hopes of finding an affordable alternative to my usual Clarins One-Step Gentle Exfoliating Cleanser with Orange Extract. As well as that product works, @ [$]/4.4oz tube it adds up to A LOT in the long run. So I've been trying different drugstore brands, but so far I've had no luck finding something even close to my Clarins scrub. It's really the only beauty product I splurge on, but still. . . it hurts everytime I have to shell out those [$] Lol Anyway, this Freeman scrub sounded promising because A) it doesn't contain the dreaded walnut shell powder that make other scrubs so abrasive and only serve to TEAR the skin, and B) like my Clarins scrub, it contains the orange fruit extract, so I thought it might be a similar product. WRONG. The first thing I noticed was that it doesn't lather like the Clarins scrub, so I wasn't loving that aspect of it at all. I prefer lathering scrubs, I just feel like they do more for my skin. This has a really odd texture, too. I can't really think of how to describe it accurately except to say it comes out like sort of a gel but when you try to apply it onto your skin, it almost turns into this watery yet somehow extremely abrasive mess. Which brings me to my next point: even though it doesn't contain the walnut shell powder it is EXTREMELY irritating to my skin, and I don't particularly have sensitive skin. I mean, like it HURTS. BAD. And that's scrubbing GENTLY. So I really wouldn't recommend this scrub and I guess my search will have to continue. I hope I can find a reasonably priced (lathering) scrub that works as well as my Clarins before I have to shell out the next [$]! :)
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Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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