The Grapefruit Glycolic Wash gently removes surface impurities with its high concentration of Vitamin C. It is formulated with a few gentle jojoba beads which stimulate your skin and activate the glycolic acid. Refresh your skin with the power of grapefruit, which contains powerful antioxidants for fighting free radical damage that ages skin prematurely. Glycolic Acid regenerates skins natural renewal process; MSM drives ingredients deep into the epidermal layer, preventing problematic skin conditions in the future.
Wet face and neck with warm water. Apply a small amount to face massaging in a circular motion for 1-2 minutes. Avoid eye and mouth areas. Rinse thoroughly. Can be used morning and night. The scrub is designed to be used 2 to 3 times per week.
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Did you know? The antioxidant content of grapefruit is used for treating skin allergies and irritated skin. Grapefruit when applied to the face can kill bacteria that causes redness and acne.
Bring on the yummy!
Grapefruit is such a clean, refreshing smell and nothing invigorates me more first thing in the morning than this delicious scent in my shower. It’s an instant wake-up call for my body and senses.
The scrub is organic, holistic, and healthy for your skin to soak up and enjoy. The gel is soothing on your face and the jojoba beads are gentle, but effective in scrubbing off any dead, lose skin. The skin can be easily exfoliated by gently massaging in the gel, leaving your face feeling smoother and healthier.
The only drawback I can see to this product, is that it makes me want to eat grapefruit everyday, it smells so good! Where I live in New York, that will never happen, so I will have to happily settle for using the Grapefruit Glycolic Scrub from Made from Earth instead.
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