St Ives Moisturising Olive Scrub Reviews
Product Type: St. Ives body care
Description:Brand: St Ives / Type: Body Scrub / Exfoliator / Subcategory: Moisturiser / Skin type: for dry skin and for all types / ... more
Newest Review: ... St Ives another chance as I had been reading about the positive effects of olive oil on the skin when I stumbled upon this in ... more
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Customer St Ives Moisturising Olive Scrub Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/07/13 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I don't get on well with the apricot st Ives scrubs as I've never really understood exfoliating your face with what feels like bits of grit. I've also had my doubts about how good this can actually be for your skin. The apricot one also left my skin feeling dry, tight and irritated, and aggravated any spots I had. I thought I'd give St Ives another chance as I had been reading about the positive effects of olive oil on the skin when I stumbled upon this in Boots. It cost me £5 from Boots but I've subsequently repurchased from Superdrug for £2.50 as they sometimes have an offer on. The fact that I repurchased obviously says something about my opinion of this ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/04/13 (Very useful, 75 readings)
I love the St Ives range of facial scrubs and have often used their Apricot version in the past. However, on a recent bumble around on my lunch break after suddenly remembering I was out of any type of face wash, I found this when it was newly released - St Ives Moisturising Olive Scrub. Although on researching the price just now I can only find an equivalent called the Elements Olive Scrub - which appears for all intents and purposes to be a rebranding of the same product. This comes in a stand-up tube which is based on its lid. It is easy to squeeze which pushes the product out and I like this style of bottle as gravity helps you out and you get ... Read the complete review
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