Fresh Sugar Face Polish Review

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    Fresh Sugar Face Polish ReviewProduct Name: Fresh Sugar Face Polish

    Overall Rating:  2.5 Star Rating

    Exfoliator Type: Scrub

    For Body or Face?:  Face

    Use:  3-4 Times Per Week

    Size: 4.4 oz

    Price: $58.00

    Cost Per Ounce: $13.18

    Where To Buy: Click Here

    # Of Ingredients: 20

    Notable Ingredients:  Strawberry Seeds, Brown Sugar, Plum Seed Oil, Grape Seed Oil

    Quick Summary

    Overall, I think Fresh Sugar Face Polish is an average product however I would not recommend it for all skin types.

    It’s a very gentle and extremely hydrating exfoliator, which leaves skin feeling soft. Unfortunately, it also leaves behind a thin oily film. For this reason, I wouldn’t recommend it to those who struggle with oily skin.

    On the positive side, the citrus scent of this exfoliator smells amazing! I really liked the smell.

    All-in-all, I ended up giving it 2.5 out of 5 stars because I just couldn’t get over the oily feeling it left me with.

    And because of this, anyone with naturally oily skin should probably avoid it.

    Detailed Review:


    Fresh Sugar Face Polish is a very thick scrub with a texture which feels like an oily brown sugar mix. You can definitely feel the brown sugar in the scrub, which I liked. However I was not able to feel (or really see) the strawberry seeds in this exfoliator.

    Smell (in the bottle)

    My favorite thing about Fresh Sugar Face Polish is the smell. It has a very fresh, citrusy scent, which is my absolute favorite. It makes you feel as though your skin is fresh and clean.

    Application Process

    I found the application process of this exfoliator to be a little odd.

    Unlike most exfoliators, which you immediately wash off after application, this one advises you to leave it on for 5-10 minutes, which I found to be a bit of a hassle.

    Although it wasn’t itching my skin or anything, I was excited just to wash it off

    The instructions say to massage onto clean, moist skin so I found it easiest to apply after washing my face at night.

    I did try applying in the shower once, which I would advice against. When I applied it in the shower the sugar in the scrub disintegrated very fast making it impossible to leave on for the full 5-10 minutes.

    But when applying it outside the shower I didn’t seem to have this issue.

    Overall, I liked how thick this exfoliator is because it makes application very easy.

    Any Drying and/or Redness?

    This is an extremely gentle exfoliator and didn’t leave my skin dry or red at all. As with many women, I have combination skin that might be a little bit more on the oily side so I prefer exfoliators that are a little bit rougher.


    After washing the product off, my skin felt extremely soft. That’s the good part.

    Now for the bad part…

    As I mentioned earlier, it felt as though it left a thin layer or of oily film over my skin.

    Because of this, I would suggest another product for those with any degree of oily skin.

    Longer term, I didn’t notice a big difference in my skin.

    Even though I felt as though my skin was softer over time, it was also oilier, which I didn’t like.

    On the flip side of this “oily” issue, if you have drier skin, this might be a good one to try. But for anyone with oily or even normal skin, I’d be cautious.


    This exfoliator contains brown sugar as its main exfoliation agent.

    I actually like this as the small particles serve as a very gentle exfoliant. They also help to lock-in moisture which is very hydrating for the skin.

    Although there are very few, this exfoliator also contains strawberry seeds, which supposedly work as a gentle exfoliant and contain vitamin C (which is thought to help with the reduction of acne and the production of collagen).

    Plum and grape seed oil are other ingredients in this exfoliator which are thought to be extremely hydrating.


    Fresh Sugar Face Polish costs $58 which works out to $13.18 per oz, which is definitely on the expensive side for exfoliators.

    Where To Buy

    To buy fresh Sugar Face Polish, click here.

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