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
For some reason, we assume that as long as we're using a cleanser and applying sunscreen, we're doing "enough." Well, as it turns out, enough is not good enough if it's glowing, radiant skin you're after.
According to doctors Gina and Sid Dinesh, dermatologists in Beverly Hills, Calif., adding exfoliation to your skin care routine helps the natural shedding process of skin and encourages healthier, smoother, more even-toned, and clearer skin. Some of the big beauty benefits? Acne prevention, smaller pores, wrinkle reduction, and it even helps all those fancy (read: spendy) moisturizers actually absorb into the skin.
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So you've decided that you want to give exfoliation a try (good girl), or you're unhappy with your current face scrub. You've come to the right place. Since it can be overwhelming to sift through the hundreds of scrubs and exfoliation products out there in a quest to find the best one, we've done the work for you. We rounded up a complete list of the best and worst face scrubs according to our Total Beauty readers. Its detailed guide will help you choose the perfect scrub for your face, so that you can say hello to that gorgeous skin that's just waiting to be revealed.
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