I am reviewing a product I purchased a few weeks ago, to give a really thorough review I wanted to use it for a couple of weeks in case I broke out or became allergic.
I have had a lot of questions about my skincare at the moment and this is a part of it.
SKIN CARE TUTORIAL AND POST COMING SOON!
So I bought this on a whim, I had no reason to buy it other than wanting to try the scublet thing out. I'm not going to lie I was a bit apprehensive thinking it might feel scratchy. However it's a very soft rubber disc with gentle exfoliating spikes that leave your skin feeling like satin.
I use mine in the shower as it's less messy, I wet my face then apply a little gel onto the scrublet and massage into my skin. It doesn't lather loads but enough to make you feel clean. I bought the refreshing cleanser for normal/combination skin.They do three in total the one I purchased and a one for senstive/dry skin and one that exfoliates suitable for all skin types.
I am impressed, I have had compliments about my skin and it feels great. It really feels so amazing for people to say I have a nice complexion after all the years being called for having awful skin.
I feel fresh after I use this without the tight tingly feeling some cleansers leave.
How I use this
As I have explained above I mostly use mine in the shower but only after I have removed my make-up with cream cleanser or as I have been using olive oil. My understanding of this product is that it's not designed to remove make-up but to deep clean the skin to get that fresh feeling.
It is normally £4.99 I believe but I bought this for £2.99 at semi-chem.
Good buy or bye?
This is a good buy for those who are looking for a face wash that doesn't make the skin feel dry or sensitive.
This is a good bye for those who are quite lazy about skin care routines or those who don't like facial washes.
Do you use facial washes?