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st ives facial scrub £1.99 @ Home Bargains
st ives facial scrub £1.99 @ Home Bargains

st ives facial scrub £1.99 @ Home Bargains

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st ives facial scrub only £1.99 at home bargains that's cheap its either £2.99 or £3.99 in superdrug or boots.

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Got plenty in the pound shop, the one with the blue and orange sign, think it's poundworld

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Are they good???

sofiasar

Are they good???



I find them good as the 'grains' are bigger than most normal scrubs so feels like your face is actually being scrubbed/ex exfoliated.

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mishmash09

I find them good as the 'grains' are bigger than most normal scrubs so … I find them good as the 'grains' are bigger than most normal scrubs so feels like your face is actually being scrubbed/ex exfoliated.



Hehehe. I currently use olay face wash .

Lol that's what I want to know if they are any good for the face, I've never heard if the make

Thing

Got plenty in the pound shop, the one with the blue and orange sign, … Got plenty in the pound shop, the one with the blue and orange sign, think it's poundworld



The poundworld ones are good for sensitive skin (purple strip across middle) but have less beads compared to the ones in home bargains.

I make my own using salt crystals and oil

snowflake75

I make my own using salt crystals and oil



cool. any tips please?

I'm sure I read a thread on here that once said these will do more damage to your skin in the long run. something about the apricot bus scratching your skin. Any idea if there's any truth in that?

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adhkarzf

I'm sure I read a thread on here that once said these will do more damage … I'm sure I read a thread on here that once said these will do more damage to your skin in the long run. something about the apricot bus scratching your skin. Any idea if there's any truth in that?



Using it for over 20years now with no negative impact whatsoever.My facial skin is smooth and fresh.

Edited by: "bargain1girl" 13th Dec 2014

It's a really, really popular scrub but generally not recommended by dermatologists as it's pretty harsh. The little scrubby bits are mostly walnut shells which are pretty sharp and can cause microtears in the skin.

I remember when i first started buying this stuff from my local chemist it was 1.99 & then all the big multinationals like boots started stocking it and it doubled in price.Great stuff though would defo recommend the naturally clear 1.Good find my friend

Saw it in Morrisons for this price too
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