9 Best Face Scrubs -- and the 5 Worst
Don't waste another dollar on another worthless face scrub. We'll tell you what works -- and what doesn't
The Worst No. 5: Burt's Bees Peach & Willowbark Deep Pore Scrub, $8TotalBeauty.com average reader rating: 6.9*
Why: The main problem? The "grease" factor. There are numerous complaints about a thin layer of residue that's left behind after washing, which readers describe as "waxy" and "like Crisco." One reader even experienced a small cluster of breakouts a few days after exfoliating with this scrub. Many complain that the scrub doesn't do its job. Instead, it leaves skin feeling "oily" and "doesn't get rid of blackheads as promised."
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