Rated 3.2 out of 5 stars
Most Helpful Positive Review Most Helpful Critical Review Reviewed by 5 customers MOSTLY BAKING SODA
Fhytdguu og such from DuesDues zag gifs
Yeah sooooo I GUESS if you really didn't want to spend the money on the dermalogica one then this will give the illusion of the same mechanism of exfoliating. However, it really isn't and the ingredients are rather alarming, especially for someone with a drier skin type. There's barely any rice powder in here, which is suppose to provide the physical and enzymatic exfoliation. Now I bought for half off during the sale, just to try it on a whim and I'm oily combo so I can balance my skin back with some acids but this baking soda scrub is way too alkaline for the skin(which is naturally acidic) and would dry you out. If you don't want to invest in the dermalogica, honestly, you're better off making your own.
Top ingredient is baking soda- false advertising
seraph79 from Richland
This is a terrible misrepresentation of the product. The ingredient listed on the ULTA site are incorrect. See Revolution's own website for correct list. Baking soda is the primary ingredient in this product. It is extremely abrasive, and in no way a dupe for the Tatcha product it attempts to imitate.
Quarantining with a dab of skin care
Ken Jay from Waldorf, Maryland
At first I was suspect on using product after smelling it. I am such a texture person but after I started rubbing it in my skin in circular motion I noticed a quick satisfying feel. Definitely a skin calming product and hydrating. For sure adding this into my skin routine
an exact dupe for tatcha rice polish
Roxanne from CA
love this product, literally an exact dupe for the tatcha rice polish and like 1/5th the cost. leaves my sensitive/dry skin feeling SNATCHED.
Emma from Los Angeles
This a good product, comparable to the Dermalogica daily microfoliant.
Note to Ulta web team; the ingredients here are completely different from what is printed on the bottle.