Review: BeFine Exfoliating Cleanser

Befine Exfoliating Cleanser with Brown Sugar, Sweet Almond, and Oats is a facial scrub that turns into a gentle cleanser. This product contains 4 ounces / 120 mL.

The website claims -
This daily mini-facial for your skin melts away dirt and debris,instantly brightening and improving your skin's clarity.The delicious medley of brown sugar,crushed almonds and soothing oats gently removes damaged skin cells.This multi-tasking essential is a delight for your skin! 
Benefits: Removes Impurities and environmental stresses.Detoxifies and rejuvenates the skin for a healthy glow. Helps skin maintain optimal moisture balance. Provides natural anti-bacteria & antioxidant protection Calms,soothes & heals the skin.
This review is going to be a bit different than my other reviews. I'm going to have some of the pictures incorporated into the review instead of just having all of them at the end.

I have combination skin. My chin, cheeks, and jaw are all acne prone. My t-zone gets oily but the rest of my face is normal.

Let's start! Click "Read More" for the rest of the review.

This picture above and the one at the very beginning of the review is the outside packaging of this product. As far as I can see from the website, most of the outside packaging is very similar. It is made out of a cardstock-like material. 

I'm used to use St. Ive's Apricot Scrub and so I was surprised at the size of the tube. 

The color of the product is odd. The picture shows the color of the product very accurately. The smell is quite hard to place. It is sweet and I can only describe it as natural. 

The product is thick and sticky, but can be moved easily around the face. 

I added a bit of water and the sugar particles started to dissolve.

As I started to spread it around my hand a bit more. As you can see, the scrub started to turn into a milky substance. This is when it turns into the cleanser part.

Okay, I showed how the Exfoliating Cleanser works on my hand and now I'll explain how it worked on my face.

Most people have used or have heard about St. Ive's Apricot Scrub, and so I'm going to use that to compare the product I'm reviewing.

This product is not as rough on my skin as the Apricot Scrub. The thing I like about this product is that it didn't allow me to scrub too hard. The sugar and other particles in this product started to dissolve as soon as I started to rub it into my face. The exfoliating part of this product sloughed off enough of my dead skin, but not enough to damage it. 

I did not like the cleanser part of this product that much. It was too gentle and I felt like it didn't clean my skin enough. Those with sensitive skin might be able to just use this for their cleanser and scrub, but I have acne prone skin and so I need something more.

Another thing I liked about this product was that it didn't dry out my face. It also left my face feeling soft.

When I first got this, I used this every day and parts of my face broke out. The use of this product was the only thing that I changed in my routine, and so it had to be this. I then started to use this maybe 1-2 times a week and that worked a lot better.

Final Thoughts: I don't hate or love this product. If this product was cheaper and more easily assessable, I would probably love this more. If you need a new scrub, I would recommend to try it out, but it's not necessary. The scrub does its job and the cleanser is moisturizing. My face felt softer after using it, but I just didn't love it enough to really encourage someone to buy it.

Price / Where to buy it: The price varies on where you buy it. I bought it on Amazon, but I've seen it on Hautelook,, and BeFine's website. BeFine sells this product for $24, but you can definitely get it cheaper.


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