This exfoliation scrub is specially formulated to deliver a soothing wave of heat as it gently removes dry dead skin cells, excess oils and residue to reveal healthier younger looking skin.
Apply a nickel size amount and massage over damp skin. Massage into skin until warming sensation dissipates. Wet hands and repeat massaging action. Rinse thoroughly with warm water or as directed by physician. Avoid eye area. Can be used two to three times a week.
Butylene Glycol, Sodium Silicoaluminate, Bambusa arundinacia (Bamboo) Stem Extract, PEG-8, Camellia sinensis (Green Tea), White Tea, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Retinyl Palmitate, Tocopheryl Acetate, Dimethicone, Methyl Gluceth-20, Hydroxypropylcellulose, Hydroxypropylmethylcellulose, Petrolatum, Titanium Dioxide.
Posted by Sara on 13th Feb 2013
Truly the best exfoliator I have ever found. Your face will be as soft as a baby's butt after using this. You can see the difference as well. Skin that looked dull will now look fresh and pink. Expensive, but worth the cost!
Posted by JDS on 11th Jan 2013
Really good exfoliant. Espcially for during dry months or when you just need a good rejuvenator. :)
Posted by Harriette on 23rd Oct 2012
Love this face scrub! Leaves a fresh glow to my complexion.
Posted by Heidi on 23rd Oct 2012
I have milia on my face and nothing I tried would get rid of it. This antioxidant scrub paired with 5x retinal at night cleared it up in about two weeks. I love the heat the scrub produces and how soft my skin feels after using it. I highly recommend!
Posted by LORI on 23rd Oct 2012
I LOVE THIS SCRUB, I USE IT IN THE SHOWER TO WASH MY FACE IN THE MORING - THE SMALL HEATING ACTION THAT DEVELOPS AS YOU SCRUB YOUR FACE WAKES ME UP & MAKES MY FACE FEEL CLEANSED AND REJUVENATED AS IT REMOVES ALL OF THE DEAD SKIN AND DIRT FROM THE NIGHT BEFORE. I RECOMMEND EVERYONE GIVE THIS A TRY.
Posted by Ginnie on 15th Aug 2012
As a Middle Aged Lady I have tried many scrubs. This is the best so far. When I have massaged it in I leave it for a few minutes to work. TIP: I massage the back of my hands with anything left on my fingers after I've done my face.