Fab five facial scrubs

With the changing of the seasons upon us once again, our skin needs some good TLC to remove the last of the tan and the toxins we have been indulging in over the summer.

What better remedy to feel polished and new than a good face scrub. Here are my fab fives.

Superdrug Vitamin C Detox Skincare

Light, fruity scent and gentle scrub. I prefer to use this in the morning as it’s kind to my skin and perfect for feeling refreshed in the morning. Vitamin C is a key ingredient to keep our skin fresh and youthful – this scrub is morning coffee for your face.

Superdrug Naturally Radiant Brightening Micro Polish

Radiance, that is literally the goal when we choose a scrub right? Again this scrub isn’t too harsh so can be used a couple of times a week to keep away that dull completion and let new cells breath after clearing away toxins.

Dr Organic Rose Otto Face Scrub

A favourite of mine and it must show, I have mentioned it enough. I use this for my weekend srub before a face mask, a little more intense but the creamy texture is luxurious, baby soft skin after using this product.

St Ives Blemish Control Apricot Scrub

St Ives has been a brand I have grown up with and I’m so glad it’s stuck around. The scrubs are iconic and I have always loved using them. As I have oily skin and can still get break outs this is an intense scrub that clears the pores and you can immediately feel the effects.

Nip + Fab Glycolic Scrub Fix

This is a new product for me but I love the Nip + Fab range. With 6% Glycolic Acid to revive the skin while the scrub works. Extremely refreshing skin after use and I would say once a week is enough to reveal bright beautiful skin.

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