oh gosH! i just bought this product today, came home and tried it, loved it, looked at the reviews here- it seems everybody loved it as much as me! i have combination skin (oily on t-zone, dry on cheeks) and this is a great scrub. Unlike many other scrubs ive tried, this is a dense paste (meaning the srubbie particules are verryy verrry fine but close together). Fragrance free, colourfree and a great product! slightly expensive (AU32 bucks) but a little goes a long way. i cant rave about this enough! seriously! buy it!
First of all, DO NOT GET IN EYES! i squeeled the first time i disovered that (unfortunately, by my own experience) The first time i used it, it stung a little bit. I'm not one of those people who takes off lippies for a little stinging, smells, texture, hassle or packaging. I take off lippies only if it isn't effective. This product is very effective on my conbination, slightly acne prone on forehead, normal cheeks skin. Makes it really really bright and soft! best for people without cystic pimples tho, because that kind of rubbing can do more harm than good. Steaming the face beforehand is good too (for those with oily skin) and make sure u follow the instructions. A keeper for me! enjoy.
I cant understand why some people find the grains in this too harsh because to me, they feel almost soft (soft grains, i know, sounds weird.) anyways, i have oily/combo skin (oily on t-zone, especially forhead, where i recently seem to constantly have two or three pimples) and i thought i'd try this out. Can anybody tell me, whether this lavender oil is pure essencial oil or is it mixed with a vegetable oil? it must be, because on touch it feels a little oily. Making it is a pain, but the more u do it the easier it gets. i decided that this is probably not good for my forehead, but i use it everywhere else on my face. I wouldn't really say its highly moisturising, but def doesn't strip the skin. Makes skin soft (liz earles cleanse and polish does a better job i think...) and balances (my nose isn't as oily). can anybody recommend to me a better product (lush or not) for my skintype? i took off a lippie because it may not be highly suited for my skin type, but for anyone with either normal, a litttttllee oily, or a litttlle dry, should love it.