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
Why: According to readers, this is one messy face scrub. Women complain that after washing their face with this scrub, they end up with strawberry seeds in their hair. Plus, they dislike its "artificial strawberry smell" and that "it smells like plastic [and] foam." The texture is another area for concern according to readers. Complaints range from "the seeds are harsh and scratch my face" to "the scrub doesn't do anything except hurt your skin." One reader concludes, "Do yourself a favor and skip this spring picnic."
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