Tuesday Transfomations: Why You Should Throw Away Your St. Ives Scrub IMMEDIATELY
Did you know that St. Ives is facing a lawsuit against their Apricot Fresh Skin Scrub? The walnut powder creates microscopic tears on the skin, exposing it to infections and irritations. And that's not even it, the lawsuit states that it also may accelerate the aging process. Basically, this product does more hard than good.
Thankfully, PCA Skin has thePurifying Mask that gives you the fine pumice exfoliation of built up debris with a clay mask to detoxify and draw out impurities in the skin. It may be a sad goodbye to your grandmother's favorite exfoliant, but luckily we have something to take its place that's even better!
PCA PURIFYING MASK
An at-home clay-based treatment mask that exfoliates, detoxifies and removes impurities, leaving skin smooth, clear and bright.
- A well-balanced botanical blend to promote a clear complexion
- Clay-based mask that eliminates built-up impurities in pores
- Micro-fine pumice to gently exfoliate built-up surface debris
Click HERE to learn more about PCA Skin.
Click HERE to learn more about the St. Ives lawsuit.