St. Ives

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166 products

10,464 reviews

72% would repurchase

Recent St. Ives Reviews

Scrubs -St. Ives -Even & Bright Pink Lemon & Mandarin Orange Scrub

on 6/17/2018 12:48:00 AM


This product smells great and is a very intriguing scrub, i have been looking for a cheap exfoliating wash and decided i would give this one a go. It worked well when i used it and left a nice smooth feeling to my face however the next morning when i woke up i had broken out extremely badly. I tried this scrub again a few weeks later just to test it out and see if something else could have caused my skin to break out but i have broke out just as bad or possibly worse this time. i definitely have to say if you struggle with acne prone skin i would not recommend.

2 of 2 people found this helpful.

Gels/Soaps -St. Ives -Apricot Exfoliating Moisturizing Body Wash

on 5/26/2018 4:46:00 PM


This is the only body wash doesn't break me chest and shoulders very acne prone so i have to be very pickey about body washes and soaps.the exfoliating beads aren't coarse or rough for the skin.washes away easily. no residue or thightness.makes my skin smooth and most importantly CLEAN.most body washes/shower gels overmoisturizing that i can't feel clean.i use it with and without loofah.lathers up well and creamy.with loofah i don't feel the beads.when i use it with my palms and massage my whole body,i can feel the exfoliation.feels so nice.i even tried to shave my legs and pits.didn't irritate my skin or blocked my blades.smells very uplifting,fresh and very juicy!i will rebuy again and probably try whole st ives washes.

1 of 1 people found this helpful.

Lotions/ Creams -St. Ives -Collagen/Elastin Lotion

on 5/22/2018 12:14:00 PM


I received a deluxe sample of this recently, and I think it's a revamped formula. I really want to like it, but it is so strongly fragranced that I just can't.

It is a light lotion that feels silky, soaks in quickly, and doesn't feel heavy or sticky. It lasts, too. But I can't get past the fragrance. If you like the scent, you may love this, but it just lingers on me, moreso than any perfumes I have, so it's a pass.

If it were unscented, however, it'd be amazing.

Scrubs -St. Ives -Apricot Scrub Blemish and Blackhead Control

on 5/20/2018 8:55:00 AM


Honestly, I don't know what to feel about this product but there's two things I know for sure: I will want buy this again and I am definitely keeping this in my skincare routine.

To begin with, I have dehydrated, oily, blemished and acne-prone skin.

Exfoliating properties: It really does exfoliate well, my skin definitely does feel smoother after using this. This is one thing you can be guaranteed of when buying this product.

> I've read many reviews/comments of people saying that this scrub is too harsh or that it tears the skin. A solution: Simply don't apply so much pressure when you're massaging it on your face *roll eye emoji*! Just massage this gently into the skin of your face.

One more thing, the harshness of the scrub can be good to a certain extent when it comes to getting rid of the blemishes, like, hello? isn't that whats the entire concept of derma roller is about?

Blemish-clearing properties: I've definitely seen improvement on the blemishes of my skin, but I don't think this scrub can solely take the credit for that alone because I am currently using other blemish-improving products on my skin as well.

4 of 5 people found this helpful.

Scrubs -St. Ives -Apricot Scrub

on 5/5/2018 7:58:00 PM


This product was all the rage when I was in high school and gained somewhat of a cult status among women in America, but this product is so, so, SO damaging to the skin. The scrub creates micro scratches and micro tears on skin that will eventually leave the skin vulnerable, inflamed and dull. The ingredients aren't clean, the product is damaging-- I remember this did nothing to help the flakes on my skin, but would rather irritate my skin and make it red from irritating abrasion.

If the skin is in desperate need of exfoliation, if budget allows, I find that my clarisonic mia does an amazing job once a week and leaves my skin with a nice sheen. Chemical exfoliators (skincare products for the needs of one's skin type) are the better option for exfoliation. I do not use chemical exfoliators because I'm currently happy with my Clarisonic mia brush.

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