99% agreed that their skin felt softer.
98% agreed that their skin appeared to have less impurities.
93% agreed their skin felt retexturized and refined.
93% agreed their skin appeared brighter.
Does it live up to the claims? Yes!
On first use, the product is that it feels very gentle on the skin. The texture feels creamy and super lightweight, too. From immediate use, my skin felt incredibly smooth and instantly brighter!
And although I can’t speak about this yet, the scrub is meant to help fade pigmentation, which is fantastic!
Following on, the scrub uses papaya enzymes, pineapple enzymes, BHA, and AHA to exfoliate the skin. The ingredients can work together to reveal a brighter, fresher complexion! How great is that?
Surprisingly, It doesn’t have that typical gritty exfoliation texture, it has a gel-to-peel texture similar to the Body Shops liquid peels! Plus, if you also like the Elemis Enzyme Peel, then you’d love this!
Now, there has been some controversy about this product…
Huda and others have stated that when you’re buffing this into the skin, you can see dead skin cells peel from the skin. That isn’t entirely true. Sure, there’s probably some dead skin cells there, but the majority of what you’re seeing come off the skin is the cellulose.
However, the results do speak for themselves.
In conclusion, my skin felt incredibly soft for days, and my texture was reduced! Sure, here’s better products on the market for a lot less, but yes this does work really well!