Bioré – Baking Soda Cleansing Scrub

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Bioré one of these days I am going to catch you out…all your products can’t be this good!

I thought you flunked with this weird product product at the shops but #shooketh. After reading the ingredients to be sure it wasn’t all baking soda – which I could buy from the cooking aisle – I decided to give it a whirl. The product itself smells delightful!

I will admit it took me a few goes to understand how to work the product for my skin but that’s the beauty of this! The product itself is a powder in which you add as little or as much water as you like depending on what type of clean you want.

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Now stay with me –

* If you want a vigorous exfoliation a small amount of water to keep the product coarse to remove that layer of unwanted skin.

* If you want a gentle scrub a medium amount of water is required for a mild exfoliation and cleanse.

* Or if you are after an all round cleanse add a fair bit of water for a delightful deep clean.

 

When I read the instructions it was a little confusing I am in the shower not a laboratory mixing the perfect amounts of H2O. But surprisingly pouring it in one hand and using your damp or soaking wet free hand it was super easy. Rubbing my hands together the product foamed up, which was cool and fun.

The paste was really cool on my skin, which was really refreshing, and I definitely experienced that deep clean feel with a slight tingle (which makes me insides oh so happy).

 

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After a quick dry I instantly noticed my face looked revitalised and refreshed. My skin tone had evened up and gone were my red spots and imperfections. My face even felt tighter. However it left a sort of sticky feeling, which was slightly unpleasant, but I was left with my pores open and clean.

Friends – this product is super cool and much more than just a gimmick. You really need to try it for yourself!

 


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