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St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub, 10 Ounce


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St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub, 10 Ounce

  • Gently removes dull, dead skin cells
  • Natural exfoliants
  • Suits to all skins

St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub deep cleans to leave skin healthy and refreshed. This mild formula is 100 percent sulfate free, and contains natural ingredients that purify and exfoliate for a radiant complexion. By gently removing excess dirt and oil, this scrub lets skin's natural radiance shine through.

St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub
All-Natural Exfoliants and Moisturizers

This scrub gets its cleansing power from 100 percent natural apricot extract, corn kernel meal, walnut shell powder, and glycerin. These ingredients work together to reveal a healthy, radiant complexion. Apricots contain high levels of purifying carotenoids (like Vitamin A) and anti-oxidants to gently nourish and moisturize skin. Glycerin further replenishes moisture so skin feels soft and smooth. Corn kernel meal comes directly from dried corn and is a gentle but powerful exfoliant that promotes cell turnover and regeneration for softer, brighter skin. Walnuts have a hard shell that once ground serves as another all-natural, effective exfoliant.

Sulfate-Free and Hypoallergenic

Designed to be gentle and non-irritating, St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub is free of sulfates and paraben. Its creamy formula is also oil-free, non-comedogenic (so it won't cause breakouts), and dermatologist tested, making it a great choice for all skin types.

Easy to Use

This scrub is easy to use. Squeeze a small amount in the palm of your hand or directly on to fingertips and massage on face with gentle, circular motions, using as much or as little pressure as you like. When you're done, the scrub rinses clean away to reveal cleaner, fresher skin. For best results, use three to four times per week.

Apricot Collection

St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub is part of a complete collection of Apricot products that includes Blemish Control and Timeless Skin scrubs, as well as Smoothing Apricot Body Wash. Use this scrub along with the other products in this collection for bright, clear skin every day.

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St. Ives: A Commitment to Nature

St. Ives believes nature has the power to soothe, heal, awaken, and energize. They are dedicated to bringing you the best of nature with formulas that delight the senses as they work. As a conscientious formulator of quality products, St. Ives is committed to protecting the planet by bringing nature's power to you while respecting and preserving its vitality.


St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub At a Glance:
  • Deep cleans to leave skin soft and smooth
  • Apricot extract, corn meal, and walnut shell powder gently exfoliate
  • Glycerin and apricot extract nourish skin
  • Contains no sulfates, oil, or paraben
  • Use with other St. Ives Apricot collection products
  • St. Ives Fresh Skin Apricot Scrub, 10 Ounces

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What customers say about St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub, 10 Ounce?

  1. 16 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Love it, But Watch Out., April 16, 2013
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    This review is from: St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub, 10 Ounce (Misc.)
    I’m a guy and so I wasn’t as well versed or educated about skin care products as women my age are. I only found out about skin care regimens over a year ago (and I’m in my mid-20s approaching my late 20s). As a guy, I thought, solely washing my face was sufficient. I went to a esthetician for a microdermabrasion appointment, due to the hyperpigmentation after marks and she questioned me about what cleanser, exfoliator, moisturizer, etc., I was using. I was surprised at my lack of knowledge. I didn’t know what any of those, aside from a cleanser, was for, including exfoliating products like this. So I did a little research about what an exfoliator, moisturizer, toner, etc. was, seen the high reviews for this product, and bought this. I gave it five stars because the beads provide the necessary function of an exoliator in cleansing away the dead skin cells on the surface (epidermis-outer layer) of the skin that cleansers don’t efficiently or effectively handle. Plus, although it does contain chemicals, I’m far more concerned with utilizing chemical peel. I bought a glycolic acid peel on here, used it a couple of times, and despite reading the instructions, was concerned because I didn’t know if I was doing it right. Chemical peels also exfoliate the skin, but can be very hazardous if you’re not highly knowledgeable about what you’re doing or if you’re not being cared for by an expert-and there’s no f’ing way I’m going to pay approximately $100-$200 a week solely for an exfoliation. The part you should be careful with when using this product, is when you use this against your face. I’ve had episodes, including now, where the jagged beads left a red/pink mark on my face. So when you’re applying this to your face and scrubing your face, don’t apply pressure to the beads because they’ll also apply pressure to your skin. Just gently move the beads across your face, let it to the job for you. Let it scrape off the dead skin cells so that new and fresh ones become exposed and accessed. People like to discuss the smell of products. For me, how a product smells is almost of no value, unless it’s unbearably pungent. I only care if a product is working properly and effectively for me. But the smell is pleasant. Now another important portion of this review, part of the reason that this item has gotten the attention and acclaim that it has, by reviewers, isn’t only that it exfoliates the skin, but also due to the price of this item. Where exfoliaters are unreasonably exorbitant in price, this is generally priced sensibly at Walgreens and other retailers, approximately $3-$7, along with the Mint Julep face mask which also shares similar characteristics as this, from the amount of people who love the product to its affordable price point. I read articles to see how many times a week it was advisable to use this product and I’ve encountered many websites with diverse recommendations from every day to 3-4 times a week to once a week or two. For me, I try to use it twice a week or every 3-4 days when I feel that dirt and dead skin cells accumulate on my face. That should be a decent amount. You don’t want to use it too much or not too often, because if you use it too much, you’re not allowing the new and fresh skin to breathe, because you’re constantly ridding it from your face, and as a result you will first notice that your skin will become dry and then dehydrated and also sensitive and inflamed, and if you wait for an extended period of time before you exfoliate your face, the oil, dirt and dead skin cells will accumulate and will result in breaking your face out with pimples. So, two times a week or once every 3-4 days for me. Overall, 5/5 for the product.

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  2. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    awesome, July 19, 2011
    By 
    Kim

    This review is from: St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub, 10 Ounce (Misc.)
    my skin has improved dramatically after using this product. i bought mine at target in the 6oz tube more than 6 months ago and i’ve barely made a dent…and i’ve been using it at least twice, if not more, a week. you don’t need very much product, a dime sized amount will cover my whole face. i scrub it really well, leave it in for about 3-5 minutes. then i wet a clean face towel and gently wipe off the scrub. i find that this method is better than just washing it off because the towel has sort of a rough texture so you’ll be cleaning deep within your pores when wiping with a towel. after that, i put on a light moisterizer (clean & clear dual action moisterizer). i always try to get into the habit of doing this before i sleep so when i wake up my skin is smooth and regenerated. I.E. get this product.. it is amazing and you can’t beat the price. St. Ives will forever be my friend.

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  3. 11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Does Exactly What It Says It Does, July 29, 2009
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    This review is from: St. Ives Fresh Skin Invigorating Apricot Scrub, 10 Ounce (Misc.)
    Enough to last you many weeks w/o buying another.
    Very, very subtle apricot scent.
    Skin feels smooth and oil-free after use.
    I would buy it again.

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