What: Sabina reviews Sephora’s Exfoliator & Mask for dry skin
The Low Down: This fruity-smelling goo can be used as a mask as well as an exfoliator, according to the label on the tube. However after trying it both ways I didn’t know what to make of the exfoliator/mask’s lack of scrubby, pumicey stuff that lets you know something has in fact been done to your skin—as in dead cells be gone. Supposedly the reason for the lack of granule texture is to make dry skin—which is what this product was intended for—especially smooth without “abrasive” exfoliation. Personally I just think it smacks of a lack of effort on Sephora’s part when creating a dual use item. To the company’s credit, my face did feel refreshed and slightly tingly (in a good way) after using the stuff, but I don’t know that it’s any better than any other scrub or mask that promises to do the same like Freeman’s Facial Masks, but cost much less.
Yea or Nay: Nay. Not sure it’s worth the price