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When it comes to getting clear skin, it feels like banishing blackheads is the most troubling part of our daily routine. And at some point or other, it's probably fair to say almost all of us will have struggled with sebum and oil-plugged pores.
But fear not any longer as our hopes and prayers may have just been answered with this £15.50 scrub that beauty buffs are raving about on social media.
The ACURE Brightening Facial Scrub is priced at just £15.59 over on Amazon (currently on offer at £12.28 at the time of writing).
It's got scores of five star reviews from happy customers singing the vegan, paraben and sulfate-free scrub's praises at its properties.
If you're on a mission for super glowy skin, this scrub will be for you as it promises to brighten with Madonna lily extracts. Sea kelp super-nutrients soften and detox while lemon peel and French green clay cleanse your complexion from nasties.
Use this one like a usual scrub just three times a week to see brighter, more radiant skin clearer of blackheads.
Amazon's full of glowing reviews for the skincare product, which has an impressive four and a half star overall rating.
"I have quite dry sensitive, problem skin with areas of pigmentation and this scrub has been great. I've been using it for just over a month now, 3 times a week and it's just such a pleasure to use. Not too harsh but still feels like my skin is getting a good scrub. Smells fresh and leaves my skin feeling soft, smooth and bright. Added bonus is the fact that it's organic too with nor dubious ingredients!" exclaimed one.
Echoing the above praise, another fan of the scrub shared: "I was looking for something vegan and cruelty-free that was good enough to remove the dirt and exfoliate the skin, but also gentle enough to be kind to rosacea. This is perfect! Highly recommended."
"A lovely thick consistency, with loads of exfoliating bits. The smell reminds me of crushed herb leaves. Leaves skin unbelievably smooth, even though you look like swamp monster while applying it," posted somebody else.
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