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St Ives Green Tea Scrub Review
Hello my lovely Ladies and Gentlemen! I bought this product several months ago thinking it would be a more gentle exfoliant. Plus the packaging looks like it cleans and makes you feel all fresh and brand new! ( which I DESPERATELY need) And it has salicylic acid to help get rid of blackheads and other forms of acne. Thank god I finally got over that cystic acne stage, I wanted to make sure stayed that way. Who wouldn’t am I right? It is marketed as oil- free. Which for my combination normal to so-oily-you’d-think-I-bathe-in-it, I thought this could be THE solution to my poor sensitive and to oily skin. I WAS WRONG!! This cleansing exfoliant is a nice green color, and soft enough of a grit that it isn’t painful to scrub pretty hard with your hands. (Think soft wet sand...) And the smell is not overwhelming, but it doesn’t smell anything like green tea. Which is just soooooo disappointing!! I love my teas. HOWEVER after 1 week of use my oil production was through the roof!! Like fountain production. Gross, I know. The acne medication in this product stripped all of my oil and left my nose and t-zone scoured of all the good stuff skin naturally produces. Which was... uncomfortable, to say the least. My number of blackheads didn’t change and even though my face felt clean, it was just the surface. I just continued to be super oily, which caused more white heads and smaller acne, and I at no point felt like I got a deep clean. Which lead me in the cycle to wash my face with it more. And I made all the things worse! It didn’t even help when paired with a moisturizer. So there was just no winning!! I do NOT recommend this product. It takes to much from your natural skin. And I know my skin will never be completely blemish free or perfectly smooth or all the things those massive cosmetic companies promise with skin care and makeup. But this product is NOT HEALTHY HONEY!! So do yourself a favor and leave it on the shelf. Thank you for reading! Have a good day gorgeous!! ST. Ives - BLACKHEAD CLEARING GREEN TEA SCRUB
Starting A Skin Care Routine
My first skin care routine was just Cetaphil - Gentle Skin Cleanser every morning and night at first, and I was fine. Then the acne started becoming more serious, so I decided to buy more products. I researched of what I should buy so I decided to get head & shoulders - Classic Clean Daily-Use Anti-Dandruff Shampoo for my fungal acne. Many people said that it was the solution for fungal acne so I decided to start trying it. I’ll try to give updates on it every week! Also, does anybody have any tips on product for acne scarring? Schools coming up so I want to find a way to get rid of it. products: Cetaphil - Gentle Skin Cleanser head & shoulders - Classic Clean Daily-Use Anti-Dandruff Shampoo Neutrogena - Oil Free Acne Moisturizer ST. Ives - BLACKHEAD CLEARING GREEN TEA SCRUB
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What’s Good What’s Bad
Hey everyone! Let’s talk about good skincare and bad skincare. Let’s start with Good Skincare! CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin -CeraVe: CeraVe is great for your face, as I have told you. CeraVe is free of fragrance, parabens, and alcohol. It’s a very gentle protective brand of skincare! 👍 The Ordinary - Hydration Bundle -The Ordinary: The Ordinary has great serums, face masks, etc. For many people, The Ordinary is great! Though, it may not work for you and have a negative impact on your face. It’s what works for you:) Cetaphil - Daily Facial Moisturizer -Cetaphil Cetaphil is good for your face if you have oily skin, if you have normal skin this product can over-strip your face and effect your protective barrier. Moving on to products you shouldn’t use! MARIO BADESCU - Facial Spray with Aloe, Herbs and Rosewater MARIO BADESCU - Cucumber Cleansing Lotion -Mario Bodescu: Mario Bodescu is horrible for your face! It has heavy fragrance and alcohol. This product also contains parabens, all awful for your face. Don’t use this!😶 -Clean and Clear: Clean and Clear has fragrance and parabens which can cause you to break out. Definitely do not waste your money on this when you can buy things that can have a positive impact on your face!🧼 BURT’S BEES - Orange Essence Facial Cleanser -Burts Bees: So this one contains wayy to much fragrance which can cause awful breakouts! You should really only use Burts Bees on your lips, in my opinion. Charlotte Tilbury - Cleanser Essentials Duo -Cheap drug store cleansers: See, the thing about these cleansers is that you don’t really know what’s in them, they aren’t approved nor safe to put on your face! I wouldn’t recommend them but if you purchase these just know for next time to try something new! ST. Ives - Acne Control Apricot Scrub -St. Ives: This product is HORRIBLE for you. First of all, you should never put any scrubs on your face, it’s over stripping! Second of all, this product is FULL of fragrance, parabens, and alcohol. Please never, ever buy this, it’s awful! Hope this helped!
🧐Scrubs? Angels or true demons?🧐
Hi babe😘 So today is about facial scrubs, are they good or pure evil? The first part is about what is a facial scrubs and the second is a review of popular scrubs. Hope I helped your quest to the perfect skin❤️ What is a facial scrub? A facial scrub is usually a cream-based product that contains little exfoliating pieces that when massaged across the skin help smooth the skin by physically lifting off dry, dead skin cells. ... Because a facial scrub is an added step above and beyond a basic cleanser-toner-moisturizer routine, it often gets neglected. For starters, before you purchase a facial scrub, it is important that you choose one that will be helpful and not harmful to the skin. This is the time that natural is not better. A synthetically made grain is far superior to any of the naturally made grains. Avoid the ingredients apricot kernels, or natural seeds/shells, which may cause irritation – especially for sensitive and acne prone skin. Instead, choose formulas that use round jojoba beads, aluminum oxide (used in microdermabrasion crystals) or polyethylene grains. The other ones have sharp edges, these are perfectly round so they perform a gently rolling action… A LOT of beginners choose the wrong scrub for there skin. Here are some that are bad and good👇 ❌Never use these scrubs❌ ST. Ives - BLACKHEAD CLEARING GREEN TEA SCRUB & ST. Ives - Acne Control Apricot Scrub (Just all ST. Ives face scrubs) So abrasive! It will literally tear up your skin. These face scrubs contain crushed walnut shell powder which create tiny tiny tears in the skin meaning it could lead to irritations and infections.The use of St. Ives as a facial exfoliant leads to long-term skin damage that greatly outweighs any potential benefits the product may provide. You may as well go and rub gravel or crushed glass on your face! MARIO BADESCU - Strawberry Face Scrub The seeds are harsh and scratch the skin— the scrub doesn’t do anything except hurt your skin. BURT’S BEES - Peach & Willow Bark Deep Pore Scrub It leaves skin feeling oily and doesn’t get rid of blackheads as promised. Clean&Clear - Hydrating & Exfoliating Juicy Watermelon Face Scrub I just need to say one word: fragrance. A LOT of fragrance In facts, facial scrubs are pretty bad for your skin whatever brand or name is on the bottle. You’re supposed to use them as an exfoliator, here are some REAL good exfoliators: ✅Good exfoliators✅ The Ordinary - Glycolic Acid 7% Toning Solution I know you are probably tired of hearing the name ThE oRdInArY, but honestly, it’s worth the hype👏 CeraVe - Salicylic Acid Facial Cleanser Really good, nothing to say, does the job That’s it for the exfoliators! If you have any questions or want me to review a product, just comment it down below! I try to answer my best all your questions❤️ Have a great day babe❤️
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Drugstore Beauty - Skincare
I’ve used name brand facial wash/cleanser/scrubs and they would either make my skin super dry, irritated, or break me out more🤦🏾♀️ I couldn’t catch a break! Lol. I went Rite Aid and bought a few different face washes. Believe it or not they actually cleared my skin waaaay better than any other facial wash I paid $40+ for. Cetaphil - Gentle Skin Cleanser ▪️it’s soothing, does not cause irritation. Helps retain needed moisture for skin. Can use with or without water. Ideal for ALL skin types - mainly because it’s fragrance free and non-comedogenic; meaning it doesn’t clog your pores. I used this for a quick rinse when I haven’t really been doing much and don’t have make up on and want to feel refreshed. I especially use it after using the BHA AHA peel from Ordinary because that alone is already pretty intense on your skin and in my opinion, using another intense wash could cause a reaction or peeling I don’t want hahah. Neutrogena - Oil-Free Acne Stress Control, Power-Cream Wash ▪️This product does clear oil so I don’t really recommend for dry skin types. Helps with breakouts and fights against acne before emerging. Does exfoliate and leave skin smooth and soft to touch. It has green tea 🍵, cucumber 🥒, and skin soothers. This is my usual every day face wash if not this than usually it’s any St. Ives face wash to be honest. I kinda rotate between the two. ST. Ives - Gentle Smoothing Oatmel Scurb & Mask ▪️Helps with dryness and even assist with evening skin texture. Paraben and oil free. 100% natural exfoliants. 2-in-1 product, can be used for a mask or a scrub. This also does not clog pores. It’s very soothing and makes your skin so supple and soft. This is another jam of mine. Honestly, I rock with St. Ives haha. They are another product that helps with keeping my skin soft and clear as well!
Mask of Oatmeal!
I love oatmeal, and more if i had a mask with that! Oatmeal is really gentle, hydrates your skin and it is incredible for all skin types, really good for those with dry skin. I bought this one in Target in November, not expensive though
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Looking Dull after Too Many Late Nights? Great Tips to Look Fresh and Glowy!
Every now and then, all of us have need to pull that all-nighter for that project deadline (or party) and end up sleeping poorly, or not at all. Most of the time, we wake up looking like one of the living dead, with dull and lacklustre skin, and dark eye circles and obvious fine lines. Here are some of my tips to treat my combination skin so that it looks refreshed and alive for any social activity. Wake Up Your Skin To give my face a lift and glow at the same time, I cleanse my face with a natural facial scrub with uplifting scents. I use ST. Ives - Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub to get rid of remaining gunk on my face and a quick polish. Washing with cold water aslo helps to constrict the blood vessels in my face and to reduce any redness from the lack of sleep. Light Up The Eyes People notice the eyes first, so I’ll give extra attention to ensure that my peepers look normal and fresh. Once my face is cleansed, I use simple cold eye masks using sliced fresh cucumbers or frozen spoons to deflate puff, sleepy eyes. I placed the sliced cucumbers on my eye lids for 10 to 15 minutes to reduce inflammation, lighten dark circles, and wake up tired eyes. Alternatively, I press the back of frozen spoons on my eye lids for the same benefits. If I am pressed for time, I use my palms to gently press against my eye area for a relaxing and gentle massage to get the blood circulation going. Lastly, I slather a trusy eye cream for additional depuff support. Before the Zoom call starts, I add a few drops of redness-reducing eye drops to look even fresher. Depuff with A Face Roller The suggestive-looking ReFa - Carat Ray Face has been my lifesaver for as long as I can remember now. Coated with platinum suitable for all skin types (even sensitive skin), the device is fitted with a solar panel on the body to generate a soothing microcurrent as well as two mid-size double drainage rollers – both replicating the deep kneading technique used by professional estheticians. The device helps to firm my dull skin’s appearance while reduce the pesky fine lines and morning puffiness in less than 5 minutes. I use this as a last step after my skincare routine, before adding sunscreen.
Effective Evening Skincare Routine for Busy/ Lazy Ladies
Your to-do list feels endless, the days are long, and yet, we feel like we can’t get everything accomplished most of the time! On days when we feel overwhelmed and unproductive, a quick and relaxing night time skincare routine will help set us up for waking up to great skin. On usual evenings, I spend more time to take care of my skin as it gives me a chance to relax and unwind with the lovely scented products as well. I don’t use this routine often, maybe only once a month when I have a late night out or when I stay up late for work. Here are bare minimum I do to my combination skin in my PM routine in order to keep my complexion in tip-top shape. My priorities are to make sure that my T-zone and pores are cleansed thoroughly so that I don’t go to bed with clogged pores, and that my dry cheeks get their hydration recovery overnight. o Face scrub Exfoliation is critical for me, and I scrub my face at least once a week. I rarely wear make-up these days, so I skip make-up remover. A face scrub not only helps to cleanse the day’s debris and dirt off my face, it also assists to cleanse my pores and rough spots. My go-to scrub for the longest time is the ST. Ives - Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub, widely available in all stores. My skin gets extra nutrients from its formula containing 100% natural walnut shell powder to give soft, smooth, and glowing skin. o Tone and Moisturize Since a face scrub can still be drying for the face, the toner will still be part of the fast beauty routine. Instead of adding the face toner on a cotton pad, I apply the liquid with my palms for a quick hydrating boost. I use CLINIQUE - Clarifying Lotion 2 For Dry Combination Skin as it is one of the most effective toners I have used to clean and hydrate my combination skin well. The formula gets absorbed quickly into the skin, allowing me to quickly apply moisturizer as the next step. For moisturizer, I choose a trusty clean beauty product - sukin - Purely Ageless Restorative Night Cream 120ml to do two things at the same time. Formulated with richer ingredients like pure ribose, macadamia oil and cocoa butter for an intense hydration boost, the cream also works as an anti-aging cream also helps to improve skin elasticity and fight signs of ageing thanks to the added white hibiscus and baobab fruit. o Go to Sleep with Sleeping Mask Ever since I discoverd the convenience of a sleeping mask, I have never looked back. They put a whole new defination to sleeping beauty. When I just want to hit the pillow fast, I skip the sheet mask and slather on a rich, nourishing sleeping mask gel on my face for a quick, final seal of hydration on my face. My go-to sleeping mask is LANEIGE - Water Sleeping Mask, a cult beauty product in many places. I apply the soothing jelly-like cream on my moisturized face and leave it on overnight, until I wash my face on the next morning. Suitable for all skin types, even sensitive skin, the sleeping mask with highly concentrated Hydro Ionized Mineral Water delivers high doses of moisture to my skin while I sleep. I also adore its relaxing trademark Calming Sleepscent, infused with orange flower, rose, and sandalwood. Check out the Lip Sleeping Mask product by the same brand too; you won’t regret it, especially in harsh winters.
🧴simple skincare for normal/combination skin🧴
hi loves! this is my first post on cherie so i decided to share my daily routine for the past few weeks and how these products have changed my skin! note: i exfoliate once a week with either Avène - Gentle Scrub or ST. Ives - EVEN AND BRIGHT PINK LEMON AND MANDARIN ORANGE SCRUB depending on the texture of my skin. products in order of use: VICHY - Pureté Thermale Mineral Micellar Water for Sensitive Skin my experience: i like this product. it leaves my skin clean but not feeling tight. my only complaint is it struggles to take off waterproof makeup. overall, i would rate it 4 out of 5. disclaimer: it does have perfume in it! pixi - Glow Tonic To-Go Pads my experience: several people recommended this to me to help with enlargened and clogged pores, and i am so happy i bought it. i’ve noticed immediate results; my pores are visibly smaller and the bumps on my chin are shrinking. i haven’t experienced any severe irritation from it. i give it 5 out of 5 stars and will continue using it! disclaimer: it has AHAs in it so be careful if you have sensitive skin! VICHY - Minéral 89 Face Serum with Hyaluronic Acid my experience: i have been sporadically using this serum for the past few months but only recently buckled down to daily use. the hyaluronic acid in this has made my skin brighter and more plump. it has no perfumes or oil and it makes your skin feel immediately hydrated with no residue. the product does exactly what it promises to, and subsequently i give it a 4 out of 5. pixi - Phenomenal Gel my experience: this moisturizer is nothing to write home about. i switched to this from POND'S - Facial Moisturizers Dry Skin Cream just for something new and i was advised to use it with the Glow Tonic. it is non-scented and leaves a slightly greasy residue. i have noticed no change in my skin since starting to use it. it isn’t a bad product, but it certainly isn’t anything special. if you have normal skin it may work as something to just throw on. i give it a 2 out of 5. JOUVIANCE - Restructiv Lash FX Lash & Brow Fortifying Serum + Primer my experience: i have had nearly invisible eyelashes for the better part of my life and have been actively seeking ways to grow my eyelashes and eyebrows without breaking the bank and found this. in two weeks of use, i have noticed subtle eyelash growth. the primer is applied with a spoolie and is dark enough to pass as mascara so i wear it alone. the serum is to be applied before bed with the thin brush included and you can hardly tell it’s there once it dries. so far i rate it 4 out of 5 but i am excited to see what results it may yield in a few more weeks! if anyone has any comments or recommendations they are SO welcome! i hope you enjoyed reading! -c
Zoinks I’m Out
I’m a little conflicted about ST. Ives - EVEN AND BRIGHT PINK LEMON AND MANDARIN ORANGE SCRUB which is why I gave it 3 stars. On one hand, it totally works. It clears off my dead skin cells and brightens my complexion instantly - exactly like in the commercials! But excessive use can be detrimental. When I was younger and used this scrub for the first time, I made the mistake of exfoliating with it every other day. Stick to perhaps twice a week with this one! The granules are a little large in this product and can be quite abrasive and tugging to the skin. That aside, if you need a hit of Vitamin C, and wanna shed some skin, St. Ives it is. Though, since emptying this, I’m looking forward to using gentler exfoliants.
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The BEST DUPE for St. Ives Apricot Scrub
A hot topic right now is discussing how damaging the ST. Ives - Acne Control Face Scrub With Salicylic Acid I’m sure we all have used this scrub once in our lives and can say how much we regret it. On the bright side, I’m happy to share my amazing dupe for this scrub that won’t cause micro tears and irritation to the skin! CLARISMA - Malibu Blush Exfoliating Scrub is by far the best scrub on the market and I do not say this lightly. I have acne prone sensitive skin and most scrubs are way too harsh on my skin. However, this scrub is so gentle and helps me maintain clear, smooth skin! I use this scrub 1-2x a week depending on how my skin is feeling. The three main ingredients are; Neem, Pineapple, and Luffa Fruit! Neem has great antibacterial properties and helps reduce inflammation. Pineapple is used to brighten and exfoliate the skin with the enzymes derived from it. Lastly, the Luffa Fruit are the particles that act as the physical exfoliant and breakdown as you press into them. If you try this dupe, let me know what you think!
Say “bye bye” to St. Ives forever! ✌🏼
Alright, Q&A time! Who here has tried the St. Ives scrub? 🙋🏼♀️ Who here noticed a positive difference in their skin after using this scrub? 🙋🏼♀️ Who here believed this scrub was a game changer and possibly recommended this to multiple friends? 🙋🏼♀️ Alright... What about....... Who here realized walnut shell scrubs are actually harmful for your skin and can cause micro tears that can worsen over the years? 🙋🏼♀️ Who here did research and learned that your skin is actually quite delicate compared to the rest of your skin on your body and that your skin needs to be treated with lots of extra TLC? 🙋🏼♀️ Who here knows now that we need to use chemical exfoliants instead of physical exfoliants? 🙋🏼♀️ Okay, nowwww.... Who here is trying to find a product to replace the St. Ives scrub in their bathroom? Because I found a pretttttttty dope replacement for y’all. 🤗 I’ve been using CeraVe’s SA facial wash in place of my St. Ives, and the results are pretty similar... but better because it’s waaay more gentle on your skin! Buckle down and do some research, sis! This could be the answer you’ve been searching for 🥳 Hope this helps! If you have any other questions, feel free to ask down below! Xoxo Xenia Oh P.S. SA stands for Salicylic Acid, so if you’re sensitive to BHAs, use with caution. Always, always introduce new products gradually into your skin care routine and/or patch test before using. 😘
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Glow recipe watermelon moisturizer DUPE
I just wanted to share this. I found the st.ives watermelon glowing moisturizer is a pretty spot on dupe for the glow recipe watermelon moisturizer. The st Ives formula actually has niacinamide in it. The smell is spot on and it gives me a wonderful glow. It does dry down tacky but I find it perfect to use under makeup applicationST. Ives - Watermelon Glowing Oil-Free Daily Face Moisturizer
Did we find a juicy dupe!?
So I found the St Ives oil free watermelon moisturizer and immediately needed to know if it was a dupe for the famous Glow Recipe pink juice moisturizer! So I’m going to do point form for the differences, let’s go: St Ives -texture is bouncy and thicker -feels sticky and thick gel on the skin -smell is artificial like candy -niacinamide, lack of hyaluronic acid -$10.00 -Drugstore availability -In a Tub -plastic packaging -less “clean” ingredients Glow Recipe -texture is light like a serum -feels light and soaks in immediately and plumps up the skin -smell is less artificial and like a jolly rancher -lots of hyaluronic acid -$50.00 -Sephora or Glow Recipe website -convenient and sanitary pump -glass packaging -more “clean” ingredients So all in all I do not think we have a dupe here. The Glow Recipe has a higher concentration of real watermelon and the St Ives is more just watermelon scented. The big difference too is that St Ives won’t hydrate the skin nearly as much as Glow Recipe. I have dry skin so I really like the Glow Recipe, plus the better more potent watermelon and ingredient deck make it a superior product. But if you’re on a budget, the St Ives isn’t a bad product. It will brighten. I have used both in the morning since I like a lighter hydration in the am and they both work really well with my makeup and fav SPF. I haven’t quite used them long enough to notice a difference, but Glow Recipe definitely plumps the skin do to the HA and sadly haven’t noticed any brightening from the niacinamide in the St Ives. Question: do you love watermelon??
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Hello! I was wondering if someone could have a look at my routine and tell me what I am doing wrong. I have always had large pours on my cheeks and I don’t know how to get rid of. Morning cleanser: CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin And then I put on VitaminSea.beauty - Dead Sea Minerals & Vitamin C Complex Toning Skin Serum Eye cream Then I put on Cetaphil - DermaControl Oil Control Moisturizer SPF 30 Night double cleanse Neutrogena - Ultra Light Cleansing Oil CeraVe - Foaming Facial Cleanser For Normal To Oily Skin Eye cream Moisturizer ST. Ives - Renewing Collagen Elastin Moisturizer
Shower/ bath essentials
-First product is Dr Teal's - Melatonin Sleep Soak Pure Epsom Salt honestly after a hard day of work/ school or whatever you do this is amazing to relax you over same thing with the foaming bath -Second product is ST. Ives - Renewing Collagen Elastin Moisturizer honestly this is meant for the face but the fragrance is super strong so I use it after the shower on certain areas of my body such as knees, elbows, and feet. - Next, is the dove gentle exfoliator which smells amazing and is such a gentle scrub for your skin so if you have sensitive skin like me I recommend this - Next essential is the cake - The Head Strong Volume Boosting Scalp Scrub I love this product but the only problem is that it dries out my hair but the Marc Anthony conditioner fixes it and my scalp and hair is squeaky clean and likes so healthy!!! - Lasty, I use the baby dove soap which I use more often because I found it to be the most gentle on my skin since I have eczema and it smells amazing and leaves my skin glowing and moisturized.
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Do NOT recommend! If you’re using this, STOP!!
St. Ives Acne Control Scrub I started using this product when I was struggling with acne from playing sports, and I was super stressed in November of 2019. I was very new and UNEDUCATED in the skincare community who did not read ingredient lists or do any research on products. Please get educated with what you are using on your skin, which is precious. When I started using this product I did love the feeling of super soft skin and quick improvements of my skin. My acne did start going away. I loved it. But after looking into this product, I started realizing I was slowly damaging my skin. This scrub (which people should not use anyways) unfortunately leads to long term skin damage. The main ingredient is crushed walnut shell, which is not as broken down when used with water and on skin. It has jagged edges and can cause micro tears in skin. Although micro tears on your skin haven’t been proven, please do not take any risks and be ignorant. Some scrubs can be very harsh on your skin and this one is very harsh on your skin. They can also create broken capillaries on your face, which I do not recommend searching up. They can be caused by harsh skincare products, popping pimples to forcefully, UV damage (another reason to use sunscreen), windburns, etc.. Do your research. The point I am trying to make is to stop using these products. They are also made with fragrance which can be irritating to the skin. If you’re going to use scrubs, use as little as possible.
ST. Ives-Acne Control Apricot Scrub
The one body lotion I actually use daily!
Now I think everyone is with me when I say that getting into a beauty regimen is HARD!!! Especially when it can be so time consuming after a shower and you want to just get right into doing some makeup!! I’m here to tell you, applying this over your whole body after a shower takes 3-5 minutes, and those 3-5 minutes are going to make your skin glow and feel soft for life! I urge EVERYONE to try this lotion!! You can even use it on your face!! 😍
ST. Ives-Body Lotion, Renewing, Collagen & Elastin
I recently bought this body wash because it was on sale (and pink) 😆 and I wanted to try this Pink Lemonade & Mandarin Orange from stives. I also restocked on the Vanilla variant which smells really wonderful. Currently my fave! For this one, I thought it smelled nice as first then after awhile it reminded me of car refresheners.. haha I don’t know if it’s just me ~ It has fine gentle exfoliants that I really like. This btw has a preservative that’s recommended for rinse-off products called Methylisothiazolinone - it is known to be sensitizing when left anywhere the body. It has an EWH rating of 7. However, I didn’t react to it.
I’m in love with first aid beauty acne charcoal cleanser FIRST AID BEAUTY - Skin Rescue Anti-Breakout Charcoal Cleanser ￼I like witch hazel is really tones my skin but still clearing it DICKINSON'S - Dickinson's Enhanced Witch Hazel Alcohol Free Hydrating Toner ￼I also use saint Ives exfoliating scrub ST. Ives - Blackhead Clearing Face Scrub Green Tea
ST. Ives-Blackhead Clearing Face Scrub Green Tea
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