Hands up if you’re obsessed with skincare 🙋 I’ve always been into skincare and having a good routine thanks to my mum. Face scrubs are my second favourite skincare product (after moisturiser as there’s nothing like putting moisturiser on to freshen you up!). Having a busy lifestyle, I work full-time, study a masters part-time, try to have a social life and work out five times a week with a lack of sleep, my skin has been awful recently. I’ve been under a lot of stress due to deadlines so it couldn’t come at a better time that I was kindly gifted Procoal’s Activated Charcoal Exfoliating Face Scrub to review, I couldn’t wait to give it a go!
Expertly developed in the UK the scrub looks to help oxidise sebum and remove impurities to leave your skin looking and feeling cleansed and invigorated. I love to use a face scrub and do so a few times a week to remove any built-up makeup that I’ve not managed to remove and to help buff away the spots that also build upon my face.
Procoals face scrub contains charcoal, calendula oil, allantoin, and pumice, as well as being animal cruelty-free and free from parabens. It’s recommended to be used 2-3 times a week, and I’ve been using it around 3 times a week.
I feel as though some scrubs aren’t rough enough and don’t give my face a good old scrub. However, am pleased with how this scrub is rough enough to leave my skin feeling refreshed yet exfoliated.
I would recommend this scrub! Beforehand I was using The Body Shop’s Vitamin C Microdermabrasion (which is another I would highly recommend!) and this scrub is less harsh on the skin which is better to be used a few times a week.
It’s cruelty-free, an all-in-one scrub and is suitable for all skin types, it’s only £8.99 currently, which you can purchase here. You can also get 20% off all of Procoal’s products with my referral code: http://procoal.refr.cc/kimluscombe
Will you be giving Procoal’s Activated Charcoal Exfoliating Face Scrub a try? Or have you already? Let me know in the comments!
*This item was kindly gifted to me from Procoal for a review, however, all opinions are my own.