I cannot be the only one....who tries to make the distinction between being a penny pincher and buying what I need at a great price. When it comes to personal grooming and beauty products the difference between economical and bargain can mean looking fabulous or like how I feel most of the time, harried, running late, and sleep deprived. With this in mind, I carefully try to choose products that I need to keep myself presentable to the rest of the world while simultaneously buying my family's necessities.

On one of my weekly trips to the Wal-Mart, to pick up granola bars and macaroni and cheese (you know the usual), I remembered the sputtering and spitting my face wash had made that morning and thought I should replace it while I was out. I took a right turn down one of the many soap aisles and came across the Equate Refreshing Apricot Facial Scrub, the Wal-Mart self labelled version of the St. Ives facial scrub, which is delightfully priced under $3.00. I tossed the Equate scrub into my cart and continued on to purchase the rest of the mostly unnecessary items on my list.

I put the Equate Refreshing Apricot Facial Scrub to the test the following morning and was pleasantly surprised. The texture of the scrub....to learn if I say love the Equate scrub or leave it, please visit my blog at: I Cannot Be The Only One...

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