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St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub 150ml - £2.09 Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon
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St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub 150ml - £2.09 Prime (+£4.49 non-Prime) @ Amazon

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If you keep chopping and changing the face wash doesn't it affect your skin and give you more spots
19DembaBa1908/03/2020 20:38

If you keep chopping and changing the face wash doesn't it affect your …If you keep chopping and changing the face wash doesn't it affect your skin and give you more spots


No.. Also, as with anything... stick with it long enough your body will build up a torrerace.


So maybe better to switch?

This Is good stuff I've tried many st. Ives products.

Saying that... It doesn't foam up... Its Deffo a scrub!
Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t this the one that made headlines because it causes thousands of micro tares in your skin because of how abrasive it is? I’m pretty sure it was this one? That long term seriously causes issues? I may be wrong tho?
Cheaper than this in B&Ms
Also £2.09 at boots if you're near one, Boots also have all the other St Ives products 1/2 price too.
emilyyC08/03/2020 21:25

Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t this the one that made headlines because …Correct me if I’m wrong but isn’t this the one that made headlines because it causes thousands of micro tares in your skin because of how abrasive it is? I’m pretty sure it was this one? That long term seriously causes issues? I may be wrong tho?


I was intrigued by this so googled it, the lawsuit was thrown out.

My mom has used this product for many many years, she's 66 now and has great skin.
St Ives do other types too (lemon & orange, and an oatmeal one) which aren't as "abrasive". I bought them from Boots along with the apricot one yet to try the other types.
Why doesn't the 5 items subscribe and save 15% off doesn't work on this item
minxx08/03/2020 21:55

I was intrigued by this so googled it, the lawsuit was thrown out.My mom …I was intrigued by this so googled it, the lawsuit was thrown out.My mom has used this product for many many years, she's 66 now and has great skin.St Ives do other types too (lemon & orange, and an oatmeal one) which aren't as "abrasive". I bought them from Boots along with the apricot one yet to try the other types.


As a bloke with pretty rough skin, I find this is the only one rough enough to both with!
This stuff is a bit rough on skin, my go to these days is boots expert range. Free from drying agents etc. Face wash and scrub are awesome.
I used to use this many years ago, but then they changed the formulation and added a really strong fragrance that lasted the whole day. It was unusable after that
It says paraben free? What about SLES SES sulphates? Forgive my ignorance but does it contain them and if so what is worse parabens or sulphates?
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