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  1. I don’t have a YouTube account so I’ll post here. Concerning a scrub, I do not use scrubs. I do exfoliate though. Scrubs are not good for my combination, acne prone skin. What I use is a product by Aloette, it’s amazing!!! I was watching the shopping channel one night and they were demonstrating the Restorative Enzyme Peel, I bought it on special and love it! It’s non abrasive and when you do it, it is actually kinda gross what happens (little balls of dead skin come off your face).

    A friend of mine swears by one of the Dermaglow scrub. I don’t know the exact name off hand, it’s a little too harsh for my skin. You can check out Dermaglow at Shopper’s Drug Mart.

    Nancy says: Oooh. I’ve heard of Dermaglow – thanks for the tips. P.S: Do you have a website? Your e-mail looks like you would, but the url wouldn’t work :/

  2. I love that you post on YouTube! Please don’t stop :)

    I have never, ever liked St Ives scrubs because they are way too harsh for facial skin. I have been using Neutrogena’s pink grapefruit foaming scrub, but I do believe it’s meant for acne-proned skin. That being said, I love the texture, the scent and how little you actually have to use to get a decent scrub. If you want to finish up your St Ives scrub, I suggest using it for elbows, knees or feet when doing an at-home pedi. St Ives scrubs are AWESOME for that!

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