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Product Review: philosophy’s The Microdelivery Exfoliating Body Wash

By Glinda


I received this as a Christmas gift because my family knows I enjoy a good exfoliator.  I’m not sure if this is a good thing that they know this or not, but hey, if it gets me free stuff then I’m all for it.

I like my exfoliating washes, especially for the body, to be thisclose to being painful.  You see, in my irrational mind, if I can’t feel the top layer of skin being removed as I use it, then it isn’t any good.

In this department, The Microdelivery  does not deliver.  Actually, I’m not even sure how this could be considered to be even mildly exfoliating.  Whatever the things are that purport to be scrubbing your skin are VERY soft.  Therefore to me, FAIL.

And, unlike many philosophy products, this doesn’t even smell good.

So I find using it to be a colossal waste of time, because if it doesn’t at least smell good, then I’ve got much better things to do.

But for those of you who enjoy fooling yourself into thinking your washcloth has fantastic exfoliating properties, then this just might be your thing.


2 Responses to “Product Review: philosophy’s The Microdelivery Exfoliating Body Wash”

  1. Ellen W. Says:

    I really like Bath & Body Works’ True Blue Spa 60-Second Manicure Hand Scrub. I use it on my face & throat (carefully) but it’s too expensive to use as a whole body thing. Still working on that…

  2. SarahDances Says:

    I don’t buy exfoliators anymore. I keep a little rice flour on hand, and mix it in with my face/body wash when I feel like I need a good scrub. Cheap and effective!

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