Beauty, Reviews

Burt’s Bees Citrus Facial Scrub Review


I’ve been wanting to try this facial scrub since I read about it smelling like pumpkin pie and who doesn’t love the smell of pumpkin? I purchased mine at Target when they were having their 10% of everything sale during their identity theft crisis in December and it is a nice facial scrub that is gentle enough for sensitive skin. I also like the simplicity of their ingredient list, the only ingredient that might concern natural beauty purists is the “fragrance” that is listed toward the end of the ingredient list. However, I personally don’t mind it too much. The facial scrub is pretty affordable at $7.99 and it is carried at a wide variety of retailers online and in-store. I like to switch between my Acure Organics facial cleanser and this facial scrub whenever I need to exfoliate during the week.


Ingredients: Vegetable glycerin, sweet almond oil, almond flour, oat flour, orange peel powder, rosebuds powder, pecan shells, grapefruit seed extract, glucose (sugar), nutmeg powder, clove powder, organge oil, fragrance, rosemary leaf oil, glucose oxidase & lactoperoxidase (natural preservative), tocopherol (vitamin E).


It may not be the “prettiest” looking scrub, but it does smell quite yummy!

Other product details:

-Helps removes dirt, oil and make-up with a blend of Sweet Orange and Grapefruit Oils
-Exfoliates gently with Ground Almonds, Oats and Pecans
-Helps moisturize skin with Sweet Almond Oil and Glycerin
-99.9% Natural
-Made in USA

Have you tried Burt’s Bees Citrus Facial Scrub? What is your favorite natural facial scrub? Please share your thoughts in the comments!


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