St. Ives Apricot Scrub Review

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St. Ives Apricot Scrub with Soothing Elder Flower Review

Hi Girls,

Today I will be telling you about a well know range, St. Ives! This brand has number of products used all over the world. In this sticky monsoon season I was really looking for a scrub. My mom suggested me about this stuff. Generally I use the Lotus tea tree face was which is kind of scrub also. But this time I was wondering to get along with something little tougher. Light kind of scrub is not suiting me anymore. Thus I am looking for a formula to make my skin cleaner, softer and suppler.

About the makers of this product:

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

St. Ives does believe in products that offer you all rejuvenating aspects which are simply presenting you a quality characteristic from every end. You can check out their whole range, simply awesome. Anyways let me concentrate over the product that I am reviewing here.

About the product:

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

This scrub is being suggested by a skin specialist to my mother. Anyone can get use this scrub which is not only cleanse your body but at the same time helps in cell renewal. The Swiss formula scrub simply unclogs your pores and also removes the unwanted dead skin. Though it claims that it has a gentle appeal still I would differ that it is little bit tougher than the other regular scrubs.

Ingredients:

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

  1. Water
  2. Walnut Shell powder
  3. Glyceril Setrate
  4. Propelyne Glycol
  5. Sodium Lauryl Sulphate
  6. Corn Meal,
  7. Apricot kennel oil
  8. Corn flour extract
  9. Sage extract
  10. Pansy extract and more

How to use it:

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

  1. Dampen your skin
  2. Apply a little portion or whatever you feel right for your face (you can even apply this on your whole body)]
  3. Then rinse it properly
  4. A superb clean feeling
  5. You can use it during shower

My experience with St. Ives Apricot Scrub :

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

St. Ives Apricot Scrub

Trust me I don’t use it regularly as I feel this is not meant for regular usage. It will be better if use it twice a week. I have applied it twice a week and it really helped me clean my black heads. Those were at time very irritating. In fact I was not at all sure of how to remove it in home but when I switched to this Swiss formula it really gave me a way to get rid of these unwanted dead skin.

Pros of St. Ives Apricot Scrub :

  1. It proves what it claims
  2. You can use all over the body
  3. Smell is really nice
  4. Container is really friendly
  5. Makes your skin soft and clean
  6. Say good bye to your black head permanently.
    St. Ives Apricot Scrub

    St. Ives Apricot Scrub

Cons of St. Ives Apricot Scrub :

  1. It is not available everywhere.
  2. Not good for regular use

Verdict:

This is a real nice product and one tube will go longer than you can imagine. It is simply offering you an all- in- all products. You can check out the different scrubs out there, you can take this formula provided you are not having any acne and sensitive skin. If you are having acne or pimples, please don’t use any scrub even if you want to. It will make it worse. There are other ways to clean your skin. I can recommend this product to a normal skin person who would love to try this in shower also.

Take care and let me know about it!

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About Author

Understanding that the body is as beautiful as the soul was Malvika’s first foray into enlightenment. As a 37 year old, she is on that cusp which makes her sensitive to the needs of both the middle aged and the youthful and as such is inclined to help them both in their quest for the ultimate product. Always an avid follower of current fashion trends and a staunch supporter of the authenticity of make-up artistes, she has been able to combine her two biggest passions- Make up and writing, into one single career building opportunity that is liable to make any lesser woman go green with envy. These days, she moderates a lot of blogs which deal with the essence of womanhood and the emancipation of the modern woman, in a society of condescending patriarchs, in addition to discoursing at length on topics of beauty and superficiality. She has been part of Make Up era for quite some time now as a valued reviewer of all things that a woman needs to be as beautiful on the outside as she is on the inside.

  • bhavna

    whr did you buy this from?

  • krishna

    how much does this retail for?

  • maitry

    hey ! how are you doing ? good post

  • kruti

    also try the everyuth apricot scrub …