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Thread: Apricot Facial Scrub

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    My niece left a tube here on her last visit. When I told her she said throw it out. Of course I had to try it on my winter skin legs, works like a charm. I'm on a roll,LOL. So next I tried it on the backs of my upper arms, my it feels so good. Have buy more. Try it yo might like it as much as I do. :thumbup:

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    cool, wonder where you can buy it, what brand?

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    Target, WM, anywhere they sell facial scrubs.

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    St Ives...peach colored top...it was all the rage back in the 70's as well...

    it is great for getting old sunburned skin off as well!

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    I love that stuff! Walmart has a store brand that is cheaper, too!
    I wouldn't use it on your face everyday, though. It is a little too rough for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    St Ives...peach colored top...it was all the rage back in the 70's as well...

    it is great for getting old sunburned skin off as well!
    That's the one,i love the smell. She got it at the $ store.

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    I have the St Ives apricot scrub, thanks for reminding me. I sure could use a good scrubbing.

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    I use it on my rough hands. Works great. Use it occasionally on face but as stated before, kind of harsh to use regularly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaciqltznok
    St Ives...peach colored top...it was all the rage back in the 70's as well...

    it is great for getting old sunburned skin off as well!
    I have to try this in a few days, I got pretty burned yesterday.

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    Love this stuff! Never thought of using it on legs and arms! Brilliant!!

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    my daughter makes her own ,and it works good i love it makes my face feel soft

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    Love the stuff.. I use it every morning on my face... Love the way it makes my skin feel so smooth and soft..

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    I love it.

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    I love apricot facial scrub. The dollar store makes a generic brand that works just as well. My daughter and I love it around around house :)

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    My scrub: table salt & Skin-so-Soft bath oil.

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    yup good stuff, never thought about using on my legs or anything.... I have harmons brand one

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    I use either table salt or sugar w/ body wash for using in the shower. You can't overscrub with either because they dissolve before that would happen. For face, I put a tablespoon or two of rolled oats in a blender and chop away finely -- mix some of that in w/ my regular soap, and it makes a good scrub. Both cost next to nothing, and I always have on hand.

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    I use to use that all the time...makes your face feel invigorated...maybe I'll buy some over the weekend. Thanks for the post.

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