Review – Nip + Fab Glycolic Scrub Fix

Hi Guys!

Today I wanted to share with you a quick review of a new face scrub I have been trying out for the past couple weeks.

I received a travel sized sample of this product in a recent beauty box and it has been in my shower with me ever since.


What – This is a face scrub with Glycolic Acid, Salicylic Acid and tiny micro particles. It helps to buff away dead skin cells, dirt and excess makeup to leave you with fresh, clean, smooth skin. The product has a gorgeous grapefruit scent which is super fresh and doesn’t smell overly artificial.

Scrub your skin to perfection with a new breed of facial exfoliator, Glycolic Scrub Fix. This 3-in-1 micro exfoliant is packed with 3% glycolic acid and salicylic acid to refine, brighten + renew. Glycolic Fix Scrub works deep into pores to cleanse, polish + reduce blemishes from the first use” – From the Nip + Fab Website.

How – After cleansing work a small amount of this over your face concentrating on areas which you feel need extra attention, for me that is the side of my nose where it tends to get drier. Then rinse off with warm water. I typically do this with a face cloth to provide an extra level of exfoliation.

Shop – £9.95 for a 75ml tube.

My Thoughts – Honestly I really like this product, I have had no issues using it, no break outs or reactions, my skin feels smoother for longer and I find myself not needing to exfoliate as often as I previously did. I absolutely adore the scent of this, and if I could have my entire skin care routine have the same scent I would be a very happy girl!

Would I repurchase? – 100% yes, and I will be doing as soon as I am finished with the exfoliators I am currently using.

Have you tried this product? If so what did you think?

Talk to you soon!
Byee xxx


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