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|St. Ives Green Tea Scrub||
St. Ives Green Tea Scrub is one of the new products in the Naturally Clear line by St. Ives. St. Ives is a well known and respected provider of skin care and beauty products. The brand can be found in nearly any retail store such as Wal-Mart, K-Mart, or Target. The products are also available online through a variety of merchants. This review will take a closer look at the Green Tea Scrub to see if it offers any benefits to users and if it is worth the investment.
St. Ives Green Tea Scrub and St. Ives Green Tea Cleanser are the two products that make up the Naturally Clear product line. The scrub is designed to help people fight acne while reducing redness associated with the condition. It has been tested by dermatologists and does not clog the pores. The formula does not include any animal ingredients, and it is made without the use of parabens or phthlates. The scrub is designed to exfoliate the skin, while the cleanser is designed to be used before the scrub to ensure the skin is clean. The company claims using the two products together will produce the best results, but we are not sure if this is just a marketing ploy. It is directed to apply a small amount to a wet face, being careful to avoid the eyes. Rinse the face clean with cool water and pat dry.
- Green Tea is a known antioxidant which helps keep the skin healthy, and reduces redness.
- Though the product claims to be all natural, the use of the acne medication sacrylic acid is not.
- There no money back guarantees associated with this product.
- There are no free trails associated with this product.
The Bottom Line
St. Ives Green Tea Scrub is not designed to be an anti-aging product, so for those who are looking to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, this is not the answer. For anyone who is looking for a safe way to fight acne, this product may be the answer. However, we see it contains sacrylic acid, which although a popular acne treatment, is not natural though the product claims to be. For this reason, we do not recommend this product. Try finding a product designed for your particular skin care need that contains proven ingredients, is true to its product word, and possibly even comes with a money back guarantee to ensure your complete satisfaction. Make this product a part of your regular skin care routine for a few weeks to see best results.