I will currently NOT be reviewing any makeup products like foundations or compacts because I have been advised to refrain from wearing them because I think it is damaging my skin.
I know it is sad but I have a lot of reviews lined up of products I have already used that about 30+ reviews will be coming up now.
Hope you enjoy them.
I am still reviewing lip products and eye products. Just not any face products.
Creamy, soft and lovely smelling, this is another St.Ives “replica” but unlike the way St.Ives screwed me over, this actually is quite comfy to use. This is the last, but certainly not the least, among the products that were sent to me by Prakriti herbals. And i’m leaving town tomorrow for a week for work, so I thought that I’d quickly finish the review so you guys can know.
- The smell, which I love.
- Wheatgerm, aloevera and walnuts which is very different from the usual apricot scrubs. These are very good ingredients for the skin.
- The scrub actually scrubs the skin
- The packaging, which again, is brilliant.
- The texture is not very creamy it is slightly liquidy which is nice.
- There is always some sort of coop on the nozzle, as you can see here,.
- The scrub is very scrubby which might not suit sensitive skin. for me i couldn’t use it on my cheeks because i have very tender skin there.
- I’ve already mentioned in earlier posts, the ingredients and availability. which are both going to fixed soon so i don’t think there’s a point in fixating on it.
- It leaves a film on the skin, i had to rewash with facewash.
That’s all. Chuck st.ives apricot scrub, this is better.