I'm not entirely sure if it is the one I purchased. The one I purchased is called Clinique exfoliating scrub super-exfoliate. It says "super-exfoliate" on the tube below "exfoliating scrub". I checked my online order history with Clinique and their website says I bought the Exfoliating Scrub and I couldn't find one called super-exfoliate there. So let me know if they aren't the same product and also ignore what I'm about to say if you know for sure they are different products.
I absolutely hate this. I didn't even know I can hate a product this much before this came along. I bought it because of all the positive reviews on Clinique's website and also in the past I had good luck with the brand. It has a VERY strong peppermint scent that really stings my eyes. It feels like I'm putting cheap unnatural toothpaste on my face. Now I didn't put it around my eyes. I don't have sensitive eyes and generally I don't hate peppermint scents. I like peppermint toothpastes, peppermint body products, and peppermint latte. But this thing is just a nightmare. The first time I used it. I put it on my face with my eyes open and it burned the crap out of my eyes. Funny thing, I looked up the ingredients on the back of the tube and there is no peppermint anything in it so I don't understand where this scent comes from. After the first time, I kept trying it in the hope that I could get used to the scent. No, that didn't happen. I bought this product last October so I did give it a fair shot. For five months, I kept trying it and kept hating it. Today after using it one last time, I decided to just get rid of it. I guess I can't love everything.
As for the exfoliating side of things, it does exfoliate my skin and leaves a smooth feeling. However, I don't think it is any different from other physical exfoliators. A drugstore exfoliator will give me the exact same results without burning my eyes.
P.S. I just noticed it actually says "100% fragrance free" on the back of the tube. So now I'm thinking maybe I got a bad one. Anyways, won't be repurchasing.