I'm not sure what this is supposed to do, exactly. I got a deluxe sample from Sephora, and now that the jar is gone, I want to say a couple of things...is this a scrub? Cos the grains of exfoliant are few and far between! Is this a mask? If so ,how long are you to leave it on,and what are you supposed to end up with when you rinse it off? And speaking of 'on',how in the world do you get the stuff from the fingers to the face?!?! It's like working with double-sided Scotch tape. Bleh. Don't think i'll purchase it...and based on the comments here about the cost,I am not even going to bother looking at the Fresh site for details. It's just *not* that special.
I love this product and am on my third jar. Right now it is my HG scrub - I only say "right now" because I wish I wish it wasn't so expensive! Can't we make this? I mean, it's brown sugar and starwberries. Anyway, I will probably kick myself for buying it yet again, but I haven't found anything better. I use it on a slightly moist face. This way, the sugar dissolves nicely after about a minute of scrubbing.++++++++++++++++++++ I have combo skin, mid 30's, tend to get dry spots
I have very fair skin that is comb/dry, and I LOVE this. I dampen myskin and rub it on and leave it on for 5-10 minutes (if one of my dogs doesn't lick it off first, it tastes yummy!) When I rinse it off and pat dry, my skin glows and doesn't need a night moisturizer. I think it has olive oil(?) which I would have thought would be too gtreasy, but it is perfect. Note: tastes/smells like lime, not strawberry! My sister brought my tons of samples from Neiman's, where she works, and the sample of this was just a teeny bit in a plain jar - I almost ignored it in favor of the luxe packaging of other samples. So glad I found it!
Man am I a sucker for Fresh products! I adore this scrub. I was so used to feeling dry after exfoliating, but that is no longer the case. My face is smooth and moisturized. This is a really decadent product, and, as many have noted, overpriced. It's twenty bucks less than Dr. B's Microdermabrasion, and that one is still popular. I'll try L'Occitane's Olive Face Mud Scrub next to see if I can feel just as moisturized and soft for $25, but if that doesn't work, I'm sticking to Fresh.
I had a free little sample jar from Sephora so I thought I would try this. I used this at night and noticed a few breakouts the next morning. It smelled good, but I've used plenty of much better masks that don't make me break out so I doubt I'll ever buy this.
I have the most sensitive easily agitated skin on the planet, so saying that, I couldn't believe how good this felt on! My skin does not respond well to "natural" products at all, but this feels awesome on. No stinging, redness, nothing. It smells DELICIOUS! Makes my skin feel very soft, but not greasy. I have combo skin and my face feels comfortable but not greasy. The reason it gets a four? The price! Are they crazy! I may repurchase even though the price is outrageous...
I usually hate to use oily stuff on my face but this is the good one! -especially in drying winter season. This makes my skin radiant amd smooth, and the smell is devine. But I don't know if I want to buy if I have to pay the retail price.... I get discount from my friend who works for the company. Everything from Fresh is pricy.
I love the scent of this scrub. the scrub particles are effective, this is quite a pleasurable indulgence on occassion. I stll like Clarins Gentle Exfoliating Refiner as my favorite face scrub.
The smell is great and the grain size is just right for my skin (olive complexion, small pores, dries easily) and most importantly my face looks radiant after I use this. It's probably not great for oily skin as it does leave a light moisturizing residue that on dry skin feels great but with oily skin may be too much. I asbolutely love fresh products but why are they so expensive???
Update: I absolutely loved this, makes my skin really smooth, I used this once a week and it just perfect......highly recommended!